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Raw Breakfast Bowl

I kind of caught the roasted-breakfast-bug for a while.

I’ve been making my Muesli for a long time now, alongside an occasional raw fermented porridge and another recipe I’ve yet to feature on the blog: an orange muesli (uh huh – I’m back on the orange again. 😉

If you prefer a raw bowl of food to start your day, this has to be the speediest way to put together a large storage container of goodness for the week.

The ingredients below will make you a batch that will yield around 9 bowls.

Raw Breakfast Bowl

RAW-CEREALGather Your Goodies

1 Cup Sunflower Seeds

1 Cup Cashew Nuts

1 Cup Pumpkin Seeds

4 Cups Almond Flakes

6 Cups Coconut Flakes

2 Tbspns Ground Cinnamon

 

 

It’s Action Time!

Throw all your ingredients into a large bowl.

Sprinkle over the ground cinnamon.

Stir everything together with a giant spoon, until the entire mix is nicely coated with cinnamon.

Pour into a storage container. Seal tight.

You’re ready for the week!

Ooh, Really?!

I love to add a fermented fruit topping.

I used to eat it with sheep’s yoghurt, but these day’s it’s creamy coconut kefir or … cashew nut yoghurt (coming soon! ;-)).

Have a brilliant week-end!

What have you made this week from the blog?! Let me know how you’re getting on ..

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4 comments
Nicole says

I love cereal! Muesli is great I like the Dorset Simply Nutty one. Never tried making my own though. Should give it a shot!

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    Sarah Jackson says

    It’s so easy and quick to make Nicole that I haven’t bought for years now. And the benefit is that you interchange ingredients according to what you have in stock or what you fancy each week! 🙂

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April Sherlock says

Wow! This sounds delicious! Not so sure about fermented fruits. But the cereal is something that I’ve gotta try!

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    Sarah Jackson says

    Hi April. Fermented fruits are really yummy. Honest! 😉 … Berries go fizzy and tart. You can add honey/rice or maple syrup to sweeten them a little and then you’re getting another probiotic fix and a variety of them in your diet. They make a delicious raw coulis too. Maybe try with just one small packet of your fave berries? Just pop in a jar with filtered water and either some ginger ferment water or 1/4 teaspoon of salt, leave for a week and give them a go? (Have I persuaded you yet? Haha. You won’t know unless you try.)

    (Ok, that was my last shot.) (Today. Wink.)

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