I was trying to come up with a cereal to take camping and made this. Now I eat it every day! It is thick and creamy with a great texture. It is easy to pack so that I can eat at work. My mom, who isn't raw, is hooked! I made her two gallon ziplocs to take home with her, she lives several states away. This recipe...
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Put all ingredients except sweetner in a container. I use a half gallon jar. Shake to mix. That's it, you're done! I usually eat about a half a cup of dry mix. I pack it in small bags or containers with sweetner. When I'm ready to eat, I just add warm water (about 1/2 to 3/4 c. depending on the thickness you prefer) and stir. Let it sit a few minutes and it'll thicken. Sometimes I will dry apple peels and grind them into powder, it makes a great sweetner. It is also good without sweetner, the dried fruit is often enough You can also add nuts for a little extra something.

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I was trying to come up with a cereal to take camping and made this. Now I eat it every day! It is thick and creamy with a great texture. It is easy to pack so that I can eat at work. My mom, who isn't raw, is hooked! I made her two gallon ziplocs to take home with her, she lives several states away. This recipe multiples easily, the ratio is 2 to 1 to 1/2.

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Oooh sounds good! I'll have to try it. A little belated, but I can only imagine this would make staying raw so much easier in the winter time....

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Hey, I like that! I never thought of adding hot water afterwards to have a warm breakfast. Thank you !

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Hmm, I don't see where you add a picture in this new format. Just imagine hot muselix........

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