My favorite cereal of all time! This cereal is both crispy and soft with a buckwheat, cacao, and vanilla dough that is dehydrated until crispy. Next I add in a cranberry, raisin, flax seed, cookie that is chewy, soft, and super good! Last but not least a nut milk that fuses the flavors together. Whats better then a raw cereal to start your day? Watch the video at this link! http://amandanicolesmithrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/02/crispy-cook...
Submitted by WhiteApple on July 20, 2010 - 11:05am
3-8, depending on your appetite
I got some ezekiel cereal because I love their bread and loved it then I realized it was so simple and I could easily make one for cheaper most importantly without wheat/gluten. So I got together all the grains and seeds I had on hand that I thought would go good in this to make this. I still want to get some millet to try in it and even try corn and rice if I feel daring.
I eat this breakfast nearly every morning. It can be changed up, but it is just the thing to get me going. An apple is a wonderful way to get your digestive system going, the raisins are wonderful sources of iron, and the nuts give me the protein boost I need until lunch.
I was trying to come up with a cereal to take camping and made this. Now I eat it every day! It is thick and creamy with a great texture. It is easy to pack so that I can eat at work. My mom, who isn't raw, is hooked! I made her two gallon ziplocs to take home with her, she lives several states away. This recipe multiples easily, the ratio is 2 to 1 to 1/2.
Ever soaked or sprouted your grains, nuts, or seeds? Here's a great morning cereal that is bursting with life energy, enzymes, protein, and complex carbs. The process of soaking releases enzyme inhibitors in the nuts, while allowing the seeds and grains to begin the germination process, reawakening it's vital life energy force. Soaking also makes your seeds/nuts/grains more easily digestible. At least once a week allow this cereal to replace your oatmeal, quinoa, boxed cereal flakes, or whatever it is you're already eating. You'll probably love it and it's vital energy so much that you will have it more than that, but it takes 30 days to break/make a habit...so we'll start slow.
It will take a small amount of prep work...ah ah ah, now don't go bypassing the rest of this entry just cuz i said 'it'll take prep work' - it's easy. Plus the recipe provides you with days worth of nourishment, so you don't have to do much later. You can start now, will only take you a couple minutes...and then finish tomorrow. The prep work is what makes it so healthy, alive, and brimming with life energy.