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Cereal with blueberries and linseeds recipe

Cereal with blueberries and linseeds recipe

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Since I discovered linseeds, also called flaxseed, I put it in everything! I tried it in my cereal and really like the slightly nutty taste. It's a good way to start the day.

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 4 tablespoons cereal (corn flakes or other)
  • 100ml unsweetened vanilla flavoured soya milk
  • 75g blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon ground linseeds (flaxseed)

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Pour the cereal in a large bowl, and pour in the soya milk. Sprinkle with the blueberries and ground flaxseed. Serve immediately.

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Low Carb Muesli Keto Cereal Recipe

Aside from being incredibly delicious, muesli is essentially a mixture of rolled oats, dried fruits, plus healthy nuts and seeds.

Look at the list of ingredients on a package of muesli cereal at the grocery store. You&rsquoll notice that it&rsquos really just a blend of coconut, nuts, and seeds. Many of the varieties also include some sort of sweetener, vanilla extract, and spices.


2) Breakfast bars to grab and go!

For those, “how can it be 8 already?” mornings – isn’t that every morning?! Make a batch for the week ahead- they’re great for after school, too. Show me more healthy afternoon snacks!

  • 50g mixed dried fruit
  • 50g mixed seeds
  • 140g oats
  • 25g multi-grain hoop cereal
  • 100g butter
  • 100g light muscovado sugar
  • 100g golden syrup

What to do:

Ask your kids to help you:

1. Weigh the ingredients.
2. Use little clean fingers to grease a baking tray.
3. And, later, press everything into the tray.

Method:
Find the rest of the recipe here


  1. Add mashed banana and slices of strawberries for a summer hit.
  2. For a chocolatey porridge, mix in a little cocoa or cacao powder and top with sliced bananas.
  3. Make porridge more interesting. Cook it with raisins and when it's ready, stir in mashed banana and top with a spoonful of crunchy granola or muesli.
  4. Top with a spoonful of dessicated coconut and slices of ripe mango for a tropical taste.
  5. For a dessert style porridge top with slices of ripe pear (cooked or tinned) and a generous grating of dark chocolate.
  6. For apple pie porridge, stir in cooked apple and top with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a some crumbled ginger snap (biscuit/cookie).
  7. Mix in a dollop of peanut butter (add extra milk as this will thicken it) and top with curls of dark chocolate.
  8. Top with tinned peaches, raspberries and a dollop of plain yogurt (dairy or dairy-free) to make peach melba porridge.
  9. For a treat, mix a generous dollop of nutella through your porridge and top with slices of ripe strawberries.
  10. For a nursery style porridge, top your porridge with a big dollop of your favourite jam.

If you are looking for an special breakfast for a lazy Sunday morning, try my traditional Scottish Potato Scones.


Substitutions For Pancake Ingredients

Sometimes you just don’t have all the ingredients for a recipe. When that happens, it’s good to know a few ideas for adequate substitutions. Here are some ways that you can substitute the ingredients in this recipe:

  • Milk: Any plant-based milk will work, although it may affect the flavor slightly (rice milk, cashew milk, oat milk, soy milk).
  • Lemon Juice: If you don't have lemons, try using vinegar or apple cider vinegar for that acid flavor profile needed in this pancake recipe.

Mock Low Carb Oatmeal Recipe – Hot Cereal

It&rsquos been getting pretty cold here in Connecticut. Last weekend, we had our first temperatures in the single digits for this winter season.

As I sat in the warm house, my husband was out scooping snow with the tractor with the temperature at 7 degrees F. Thankfully, the weather warmed up into the 50s during the week.

To help brush off the chill, I&rsquom a fan of hot cereal in the winter. That&rsquos why I decided to develop my own low carb oatmeal recipe.As part of my Keto Krate, I got to sample the Noat-Meal hot cereal made by Ketologie. Although good, I found it to be a bit pricey.

To save a little money, I figured I should just come up with a homemade recipe for oatmeal using the same idea. Coconut flakes and flax are in the pre-made version, so that&rsquos what I used.

I know a lot of people try to avoid flax seeds, but the meal does help thicken the cereal. If your opposed to using them, a smaller amount of chia would work too.

Searching the web for low carb oatmeal recipes, I found this one. It was pretty close to what I was looking for, but it did not get thick enough when I gave it a try.

I also found that the hot cereal needed a little bit of sweetener added. So, I included some liquid stevia and monk fruit which add no calories or carbs.

It took me a couple tries to get it right for me. But, there&rsquos still plenty of room for adjusting the recipe to suit your own taste.

I&rsquove always liked really thick oatmeal cereal. In fact, when I used to use the instant hot cereal packs, I&rsquod only add about half or less of the water called for.

If you want your low carb oatmeal to be thinner, simply cut back on the flax meal or chia seeds. There&rsquos also the option to eliminate the seeds and cut back on the liquid.

Since this is a noatmeal cereal, it doesn&rsquot actually taste like oatmeal. The hot cereal tastes like coconut, which is the predominant flavor.

Toasting the coconut in the pan first really helps bring out the flavor of this low carb breakfast treat. So, if you aren&rsquot a fan of coconut, you&rsquoll want to skip this recipe. I also used coconut in my low carb muesli granola cold cereal recipe.

So, take a break from the regular eggs and bacon. You can have a delicious low carb cereal in the morning instead!


Goodness to Go Blueberry Breakfast Bars

This fabulous blueberry granola bar recipe is just the thing for those who want a tasty homemade snack on the go. If you are really dedicated to the homemade cause, you could also make your own cereal for the bars by following our granola recipe.

  • Preheat the oven to 160°C/gas mark 3. Line a 20cm square baking with grease-proof paper
  • Place the butter, syrup and sugar in a wok and bring to a gentle simmer. You could use a pan but I find a wok works well for mixing the dry ingredients in – like a mixing bowl
  • Add the remaining dry ingredients and mix well
  • Transfer the mixture into the prepared baking tin and bake for 30 minutes
  • Score the mixture into your desired portions as soon as it comes out of the oven and then leave it to cool in the tin. Take it out of the tin and let it cool completely before you cut the bars up

They’ll keep in an airtight tin for about a week. Remember the blueberries are fresh so the fridge would be the best place to store them


1) Boil 1.5 cups of water and salt in a large saucepan
2) Add oats and reduce heat to a simmer
3) Stir oats every few mins to prevent them from sticking to the pan
4) Cook for 15-20 mins depending on how you like your oats ( 15mins for chewier texture and 20mins for creamier)
5) Cool oats down
6) Distribute them into mason jars and add your favourite yogurt/ milk and fruits and leave overnight in refrigerator
7) SIMPLE AND YUMMY.

Here are some of my past SCO creations. Feel free to mix and add fruits, nuts , pb, superfoods to it. Just remember don’t go overboard with the sugar or fat if not you’re actually doing yourself more harm than good. Feel free to share your favorite recipe in the comments below. Would love to see what everyone’s eating nowadays!


Unsaturated Fats

When you add a tablespoon of flaxseed to a smoothie, you'll get between two and three grams of unsaturated fat, depending on whether you use whole or ground flaxseed. In particular, flaxseed contains alpha-linolenic acid, which is a type of unsaturated omega-3 fatty acid. Adding these types of fat to your diet can help you lower your cholesterol level and reduce your risk of heart disease. One tablespoon of ground flaxseed contains 1.6 grams of omega-3 fatty acids, which, according to MayoClinic.com, is all you need for the entire day.


Goodness to Go Blueberry Breakfast Bars

This fabulous blueberry granola bar recipe is just the thing for those who want a tasty homemade snack on the go. If you are really dedicated to the homemade cause, you could also make your own cereal for the bars by following our granola recipe.

  • Preheat the oven to 160°C/gas mark 3. Line a 20cm square baking with grease-proof paper
  • Place the butter, syrup and sugar in a wok and bring to a gentle simmer. You could use a pan but I find a wok works well for mixing the dry ingredients in – like a mixing bowl
  • Add the remaining dry ingredients and mix well
  • Transfer the mixture into the prepared baking tin and bake for 30 minutes
  • Score the mixture into your desired portions as soon as it comes out of the oven and then leave it to cool in the tin. Take it out of the tin and let it cool completely before you cut the bars up

They’ll keep in an airtight tin for about a week. Remember the blueberries are fresh so the fridge would be the best place to store them


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