Lions Mane Mushroom Porridge
Monday, 01 November, 2021

Lions Mane Mushroom Porridge

Author: Lauren Lovatt


Cherry Jam

100g frozen cherries

2 tbsp maple syrup



100g oats

200g plant based mlk (we used almond)

1 tsp honey, or any liquid sweetener

2 Irish Botanica Lion’s mane mushroom, powder only

. tsp salt


To Serve

1 tbsp maple syrup

2 tbsp seed butter (we have used sunflower and sesame seed here)




15 minutes

The perfect comforting bowl on a cold day. This creamy porridge is packed with medicinal mushrooms and topped with cherry jam and seed butter for a super satisfying start to the morning.


Cherry Jam

Place the cherries and maple syrup into a small saucepan and simmer on a low heat, for about ten minutes, until the cherries are cooked and have a jam like consistency.


Heat a small saucepan on a medium heat.

Add the oats and lightly toast them for one minute.

Add the milk and cook on a low heat and cook for ten minutes, storing often until the mixture has thickened, you can add a little more milk or water if you would like a thinner porridge.

When your preferred consistency is reached turn off the heat and add the Lion’s mane mushroom powder, salt and honey.


Serve the hot porridge in two bowls, with a spoonful of the cherry jam, seed butter and maple syrup.

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