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This raw breakfast cereal recipe reminds me a bit of Alpen or granola, but it's raw and quick to prepare as long as you have cashew milk in the fridge.
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    5 min
  • Suggested Servings

    1 serving
  • Yield

    1 bowl of cereal
  • Shelf Life

    Eat immediately
  • Equipment

    None

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • Simply assemble in a cereal bowl. You don't have to be exact with your measurements, but you should try to include the chopped apple since without the apple there isn't much to bulk up this recipe.  Pour cashew milk on top and consume immediately.
  • This serves one. Sometimes I'll have two bowls (two servings) if I'm hungry :)

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Good morning,

I am having this as a raw breakfast cereal recipe on the weekends these days. I tend to have green smoothies on weekdays when I am in a rush, and raw breakfast cereal on the weekends when I have more time for a treat. Although this recipe is super quick!

This raw breakfast cereal recipe reminds me a bit of Alpen or granola, but it's raw and quick to prepare as long as you have cashew milk in the fridge. I don't always have cashew milk on the go, but I made a big batch lately so I've been enjoying this raw breakfast cereal recipe while the cashew milk lasts.

And if I don't have cashew milk, sometimes I will just splash some water on this instead. It's certainly better with a nut milk - but water will do in a pinch. Especially if you are on the go and trying to get out the door in the morning!

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a good source of Vitamin E.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Riboflavin, and Vitamin B6.

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I love your recipes! I am new to the raw food diet and ive tried many of your recipies, not one has disappointed me yet! All so scrumptious! Keep em' coming please! :)

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Will do Cassena :) Thank you for your kind words. They inspire me to keep going!

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Hi Jennifer, you can use a pear instead.

Glad you are enjoying the app! I will have another app coming out soon (with raw meal plans) so watch for that!

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Raw breakfast cereal recipe
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I LOVE this almost EVERY morning. It is satisfying to eat and I stay satisfied for many hours after I've eaten it. Plus it is GOOD. (Love the eating of 'crunch') :-)

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Hi Sandie! I'm thrilled to know you're enjoying this so much! :)

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Hi I was wondering are cheerios vegan??
Like the honey nut or protein cheerios

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Hi Genesis! I am sorry I have no idea. But a quick google search for the ingredients would probably do the trick :)

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Just seen the video of raw breakfats cereal and i cant wait to try it!Thank you

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Let me know how you like it, Michaela! :)

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Do you soak your buckwheat groats? I can imagine breaking a tooth on those things, if I caught it just right in my teeth. I am starting a raw/vegan lifestyle and some things are quite new to me. Thanks!

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Hi Hattiemay!

Nope, no pre-soaking required. However, I usually wait about 5 minutes with the nutmilk in the bowl, and the groats soften quite a bit in just a few minutes with liquid. Also, it's not an entire bowl of groats - so the occasional crunchy bit is nice :)

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I made this recipe this morning. I was very pleased with the taste. I felt emotionally healthy eating it. I kept to the recipe except I added cinnamon and used part soy and almond milk combined because that is what I had on hand. I used a food processor to grate the apple after I cored it. It was delicious.
Thank you.

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So glad you enjoyed it, Goodspear :)

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Lovely breakfast! I added raw coconut milk and a tablespoon of hemp hearts. I also added my apple dried along with dried banana in a kilner jar for quick breakfast on the go.

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Sounds awesome Joanne

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Can soy milk be used instead of the nut milks?

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Hi Rosanna,

Soy milk is not raw, but if you are not 100% raw then it would be fine to use. It's basically just like a cereal, so you can use whatever "milk" substitute you like :)

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Great! I ate it with a tablespoon or two raw yoghurt but it is very filling! I sliced the apple with the mandoline but chunks are better.
I think I make it in a few portions and take it to my mom. I am staying with her and my sister this weekend.
They eat lots of bread so I have to take some veggies, fruits and nuts with me!

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Hi Frieda, good idea to make and take your own food! Bread can be a BIG temptation!

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Oh my gosh, this is ridiculously good and so absolutely easy to make! I added some chopped dates to it as well...I think I found my new breakfast cereal (apart from the amazing raw oatmeal of course ;D). Thank you for this recipe!

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The great thing is you can add/substitute your favourites. Glad you likey!

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Fab breakfast, been substituting blueberries for the apple, and this morning it was mango!
Thanks for all the great recipes, you're a star! x

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Aw, thank you Lindajane! *blush*

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I had this for breakfast this morning....I could have ate this bad sally all day!!! SOOO Good!

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Lol Tanis

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Im curious - i usually soak and dehydrate most seed, grains and nuts - you dont mention it in this recipe. Is that because its not needed ??
Thanks - loving your recipes - from Copenhagen ;-)

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Hi Jacob,

Soaking is only required in my recipes when it is explicitly stated. (So no soaking required in this recipe.)

But soaking is a good thing, much like only eating only organic produce. Great if you can do it, but not totally necessary.

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I just love your raw breakfast!! It is delish!! In fact all the recipes I have tried are fabulous,so very tasty!

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