Lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge
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Lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge

10 min
Add a twist to your traditional breakfast with a bowl of lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge! It is a delightful berry boost if you need a surge of fresh flavours any time of day. Although perfect as a yummy start to the day, it is equally delicious as a snack later in the day when you need something tasty, sweet, and tangy. Either way, every spoonful is a flavourful delight with its fruity freshness and oh-so-delicious creamy texture.


  • Mix lactose-free milk, oats, salt, and seeds in a saucepan.
  • Bring to a boil and cook for 3-4 minutes over medium heat, stirring occasionally.
  • Serve with blueberries and raspberries.

Some enjoy that fresh and fruity boost by putting berries on top of their porridge – and we understand why! But if you are looking for a raspberry and blueberry porridge where berries are more in the mix, feel free to add some of the berries during cooking. The earlier you add them, the more they will mix with the porridge, becoming softer, mushier, and maybe even completely infused into the oats. Just remember to save some for that fresh garnish!

Questions about lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge

Read more below on our lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge recipe. We go through the most frequently asked questions to help you make the breakfast of your dreams!

How long to cook lactose-free porridge?
Let the porridge cook for about 3-4 minutes over medium heat. We know the preferred consistency depends on each person's taste. But by cooking your base longer, the oats continue absorbing the milk, making them thicker and creamier! So, if you prefer your porridge on the thicker side, continue heating the base on low heat to get your favourite texture.
How to use berries in a lactose-free porridge?
Our lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge recipe suggests serving the berries as garnish. That way, you keep their natural texture and freshness that go so well with the creamy consistency of the oats. If you do not mind sacrificing some of the freshness of the fruit, consider cooking them with the oats. That way, the berries release more of their juices into the creamy base with their beautiful colours and tasty flavours.
Why do you add seeds in a lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge?
Adding seeds is a simple way to infuse your breakfast or afternoon snack with new flavours and textures. By cooking the seeds in the porridge, they add a mild nutty flavour and a bit of crunch. That way, every spoonful of your blueberry and raspberry porridge is a tasty and exciting adventure to bite into!


Arla® LactoFREE Milk semi-skimmed
250 ml
6 tbsp
Linseed or sunflower seeds
2 tbsp
Pinch of salt
Blueberries and raspberries

Start the day with a lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge for breakfast

Busy or slow, any morning deserves a great start, and with a comforting, warm lactose-free raspberry and blueberry porridge, you can begin your day with a fresh flavour bomb. Porridge is a popular go-to breakfast because of how easy it is to make while still offering up much deliciousness. And with our berry twist, serving it with raspberries and blueberries, it just got even better.

With our lactose-free semi-skimmed milk, the oats absorb and expand into a dreamy creamy texture while soaking up those lovely, sweet flavours from the milk. Fresh, tart, and juicy blueberries and raspberries on top transform this into the perfect breakfast ready.

Add seeds for a nutty flavour and slight crunch

Adding linseed or sunflower seeds to creamy blueberry and raspberry porridge introduces a slight crunch and nutty flavour. Swirling seeds into the porridge softens them ever so slightly, releasing a tasty dose of nutty nuances into the base of the dish. The result is booming with fresh and delicious, homely flavours with a creamy texture and a hint of crunch.

Try our fruity lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter and berries, it has all the fruity goodness you want to start your day with. And if you want to gather the family for a big Sunday breakfast, a large stack of lactose-free blueberry pancakes may do the trick!