Paleo Cereal Recipe
If you follow a Paleo or grain free diet, do you find yourself missing a crunchy cereal in the morning?
Well look no further, I have solved that problem for you! Today I am going to share the best Paleo cereal recipe ever!
Want to know the best part? At the very last bite, the cereal will still have a crunch…for real, you got to try this!!!
Using A Dehydrator
I have found that this Paleo cereal recipe does best with a dehydrator! Do you have one?
For under $50, you can get one and use it for so many amazing recipes!
Here are just a few of my favorite ways I use my dehydrator:
- Grass Fed Beef Jerky
- Homemade Fruit Rollups
- Sweet Potato Chips
- Honey Nut Cereal
- Soaking Nuts
- Sun-dried Tomatoes
- Holistic Dog Treats
There are so many ways to use a dehydrator. Here is the dehydrator that I have. You can spend a small fortune on a dehydrator, but I don’t think you need too! This one has lasted years for me and it is under $50!
If you wish to not purchase a dehydrator, you can use your oven on the lowest setting. You might need to pull out your instruction manual to reconfigure your oven setting to go to a lower temperature.
A Healthy Portion
This is an actual serving pictured above. Nuts are very nutrient dense, so do note that 2/3 cup is a serving and it will carry you through all the way to lunch!
Be sure to not go overboard with the serving size. A little goes a long way and you will be amazed how a smaller serving will satisfy your needs.
Start out small and if you need to increase or decrease the serving size for your caloric needs, then do so by adding or reducing a little at a time until you find the right size that fits your dietary needs.
Should You Soak The Almonds
I want to note that it is best to soak the almonds to break down the phytic acid. Soaking also neutralizes the enzymes which helps in aiding with proper digestion. If you choose not to soak the almonds, this recipe will work just fine without soaking.
You can learn how to soak nuts in this post: Is Soaking Nuts Necessary & How To Properly Soak Your Organic Raw Nuts.
A Closer Look At This Paleo Cereal Recipe
I am going to zoom in so you can see just how crunchy and delicious this cereal really is! Are you ready to make this yet? I promise, you will love it!
And the best part, this recipe makes a full 1/2 gallon jar full of cereal (or 2 quarts). It stores beautifully in your pantry so that you have a quick and easy go-to breakfast in the morning!
Update ~ We Have Put This Cereal Into Production!
We are excited to announce that we are putting this cereal into production! We have removed the recipe since we have started production!
We should have this cereal ready to sell by JUNE! (I know, busy….busy!)
If you would like to try another grain free and gluten free cereal, you can try this recipe: Organic Cinnamon Nut Cereal
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