Yummy Homemade Cereal

Since the mornings are a challenge. I have to find ways to get the most out of my food. Usually I make a smoothie or even a juice. Sometimes I make my own cereal, which is really easy. You can take your ingredients that you want to use and put them in a mixing bowl. Add your choice of sweetener and then a little oil. Mix and put in your dehydrator for the raw version. If you don't have a dehydrator stick the mixture in your oven on the lowest heat for about an hour. If you do the oven route it will not be raw, however it will still healthier for you and better than the majority of the grocery store cereals.

My favorites ingredients are sesame seeds(black), almonds(crush them), sunflower seeds, chia and hemp seeds. Oats are another option. You can use oats too. Raw oats and oat groats are also another option



Get a large bowl and mix it together.



Then pick a sweetener, a flavor and an oil from below and mix it up and that's it.

Either dehydrate or put in your oven depending on if you want it raw or not.


Here are some options below.

Sweetener:
Agave nectar, Stevia, raw honey, molasses and maple syrup depending on your preference.

Flavor:
Cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, pinch of sea salt, cacao powder, carob powder

Fun stuff:
Goji berries, cacao nibs, shredded coconut, pumpkin seeds, chopped apple or pear, whole flax seeds.

Oil
Coconut oil is my suggestion.

Note: If you need to have more moisture you can use a blended up apple or pear. Also non sweetened applesauce can work.

When it is done you can serve with almond or any other nut milk. I like mine in chunks but you can break it up if it is stuck together. Keeps in fridge for a while...but will be gone in no time. Enjoy and have a great breakfast.



Mine is dehydrating right now so I will show the final pictures later.

1 comment:

  1. Yummy! I need to make my own to save some money! :)

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