Semolina pudding bowl with fruit and nuts: sweet lightning breakfast

Our semolina pudding bowl is ready in just a few minutes. Even breakfast-loving people no longer have an excuse to put a dry slice of bread on their plate in the morning and carelessly fill it with a slice of cheese or sausage. Especially in the morning, we want to start the day fit and tasty. But not everyone wants to take the time to make a big meal.

How good that the semolina pudding bowl is not demanding and is ready in just 20 minutes. In addition, the length of the shopping list is limited – another plus. In principle, the preparation is very easy: First, you have to cook the semolina pudding. While it is bubbling away, there is plenty of time to take care of the toppings. Today we decided on an apple and small blueberries. Chopped walnuts give the bowl a solid crunch. If you want, you can of course also choose other ingredients. How about hazelnuts or plums? They are still in season and go great with our breakfast bowl.

Getting in the mood for bowling? Very well, because we have another whole series of ideas for you. For example, bowls don’t always have to be sweet, as you can see for yourself thanks to our buckwheat bowl with mushrooms and egg and taco bowl. Everyone with a sweet tooth is sure to be delighted with this chocolate smoothie bowl.

If you want to browse around for vegan breakfast ideas, we’ve prepared something for you too. It doesn’t matter if you prefer a hearty or sweet breakfast, our morning menu is varied:

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Top view of a semolina pudding bowl with apple slices, blueberries, nuts and two cinnamon sticks, next to an apple, berries and nuts, a spoon and a napkin.


Breakfast for lazy people: semolina pudding bowl with fruit and nuts


Lightning breakfast: semolina pudding with fruit and nuts.

For the semolina pudding

For garnish


  1. Bring the milk, sugar, salt and cinnamon to the boil while stirring constantly. Then reduce the heat, stir in the semolina and let it bubble for about 5 minutes while you stir so that the semolina can thicken. Then remove from the stove and leave to swell.

  2. Meanwhile, wash the apple, core and cut into thin slices. Rinse and drain the blueberries, alternatively thaw. Coarsely chop the walnut kernels.

  3. Almost ready: Now fill the semolina pudding in two bowls and top with the fruit and walnuts. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top if needed. Finished!