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Homemade Oat and Honey Cereal

Nutritious recipe using organic ingredients including highly processed, commercial brands as a healthy breakfast alternative to homemade oats and honey cereal.

Knowing how to make healthy cold breakfast cereal is an important skill because commercial versions are some of the most toxic processed foods on the market.

Some people are surprised to learn that virtually all cold breakfast cereal brands are unhealthy.

This includes organic brands that list only a few ingredients on the nutrition label.

Why is this?

It is the processing of cold breakfast cereals that is the most important issue. It’s not just about the ingredients, although those are certainly important as well.

The violent factory extrusion of grains required to make boxed cereals destroys the integrity of the protein molecules.

Eating this stuff is essentially the same as “allergy in a bowl”.

It’s hard to cut cold breakfast cereals out of the diet, though, because they’re so convenient and incredibly addictive.

Thus, you will need a few tricks in your tool bag to wean yourself. In my experience, the homemade version is an effective way to eliminate them for good.

You will find this recipe for oats and honey cereal extremely filling, unlike the experience of commercial brands, which are easy to overeat and do not keep you feeling full for very long.

Like the idea of ​​making your own cold breakfast cereal? Below are some more recipe suggestions to try in addition to this oats and honey recipe.

Homemade oats and honey breakfast cereal in a bowl with milk

Homemade Oats and Honey Breakfast Cereal

Nutritious recipe using organic ingredients including highly processed, commercial brands as a healthy breakfast alternative to homemade oats and honey cereal.

total time 4 hours 20 minutes

Instruction

  1. In a large pot, bring water and sea salt to a boil.

  2. Add sprouted oats. Reduce heat to low, cover with cracked lid, and simmer until tender, about 10 minutes.

  3. Grease two large cookie sheets with expeller pressed coconut oil.

  4. Remove cooked oatmeal from pot and spread very thinly on cookie sheets.

  5. Place the cookie sheet in a preheated 250 °F/ 121 °C oven and toast for 2 hours.

  6. Remove cookie sheet from oven and, using a spatula, carefully flip toasted oatmeal onto toasted side.

  7. Place the cookie sheet back in the oven and toast for two hours.

  8. Remove cookie sheet and test consistency of cereal. If it’s not completely dry, turn the grain over again and continue toasting for another two hours.

  9. Remove cookie sheet from oven and cool for 15 minutes.

  10. Remove roasted oatmeal from cookie sheets and pulse in two batches in food processor until cereal consistency.

  11. Place the finished cereal in a container with a lid and refrigerate.

  12. Enjoy ½ cup in a bowl drizzled with 1 tablespoon raw honey and whole milk. Add raisins, sliced ​​bananas, soaked nuts or soaked seeds, if desired.

recipe notes

You can substitute virgin coconut oil instead of the (flavorless) expeller pressed coconut oil in this recipe, but it will add a slight coconut flavor to the cereal.

nutrition Facts

Homemade Oats and Honey Breakfast Cereal

Amount Per Serving (0.5 Cup)

calories 148
Calories from Fat 32

% daily value*

thick 3.5 grams5%

Saturated Fat 1g5%

sodium 139 mg6%

potassium 150mg4%

carbohydrates 23 g8%

fiber 4g16%

protein 6 grams12%

calcium 19mg2%

iron 2mg1 1%

*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Healthy oat and honey cereal with banana and milk carafe on table
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