My Delicious & Healthy Homemade Cereal Recipe [Grain Free, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Vegan & Paleo]

 
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I love cereal.

The two most attractive factors for me are the ease of preparation and the delicious taste.

But even the “healthiest” of cereals on the shelves today are full of questionable ingredients.

So I decided to make my own!

And what I came to find out is that I should’ve been doing this all along.

Not only is this cereal recipe really, really, really tasty, but it’s a breeze to make.

Pro tip: Double or triple this recipe to make a big batch for a week or two of readymade healthy cereal.

Most of all, enjoy each bowl of deliciousness knowing you’re putting only nutritious whole foods into your body!


My —Grain Free, Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Vegan, Paleo, Whole Foods, Etc. Etc Etc. — Homemade Healthy Breakfast Cereal:


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You will need:

Instructions:

  1. In a blender, combine: dates, cashews and hazelnuts and blend thoroughly but not into a fine meal consistency. Allow for some small chunks to remain for the sake of texture.

  2. Add the cacao nibs, dried blueberries or goji berries, and coconut. Blend again.

  3. Transfer mixture into a large bowl, add a pinch of sea salt and optional stevia, honey, or maple syrup.

  4. Mix well with a spoon, making sure dates are evenly distributed throughout.
    Enjoy a bowl now with your milk of choice and store the rest in the fridge :)

Yum! To our health!


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