Sunday, January 11, 2015

Delicious Low-Carb, High-Fiber Hot Cereal Mix Recipe

Delicious Low-Carb, High-Fiber Hot Cereal Mix

I created this yummy hot cereal in the fall of 2014 because I wanted a much healthier, slimming option for a warm, comforting breakfast. It tastes really good and is very easy to cook up in the morning. I like to make enough mix for several servings. It is best to store this in the refrigerator or freezer because of the ground flax seed it contains. Just cook it up like you would oatmeal. Make sure to add salt, or it will taste flat (the secret to good oatmeal too).

The cinnamon is known to be good for your blood sugar levels. Ginger is known to be good for the stomach. The high-fiber content will keep your hunger at bay for a long time, as well as help keep your blood sugar levels steady. We all love this at our house, I think you will too.


2 c. oat bran (gluten free if that is a concern for you)
2 c. whole raw almonds, roughly ground
1 c. buckwheat groats (or ground buckwheat)
1/2 c. chia seeds
1/2 c. flax seeds, freshly ground
1/2 c. whole raw shelled sunflower seeds
1/2 c. coconut flour
2 T. psyllium husk powder
1 T. ground cinnamon, optional
1 T. ground ginger, optional


Mix everything together and store air-tight in the refrigerator or freezer.

To Make Hot Cereal:

1 c. Hot Cereal Mix
2 c. purified water
salt to taste

Bring water to  a boil, then stir in the Hot Cereal Mix. Stir and lower the heat to a simmer. Cook until thickened. Salt to taste. Serves about 3.

I like to serve with a dab of real organic butter, raw honey or agave, organic raisins, and more cinnamon. Top with your desired milk of choice (organic whole milk, coconut milk, almond milk, or seed milk).

Here is what some of the ingredients look like just in case they are new to you.

Chia Seeds

Flax Seeds

Buckwheat Groats

Oat Bran

Coconut Flour

Psyllium Husk Powder