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Old 20-02-2010, 10:10   #1
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Breakfast Cereal Recipe

Here's a great recipe for a cold breakfast cereal. I eat it every morning with yoghurt, fresh fruit and milk. It never seems to get boring, it has more flavor, texture and fiber than anything I've ever enjoyed, AND, it's literally half the price of any commercial boxed cereal you will ever find. Bon apetit!

Cereal Recipe
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Stir together in large roasting pan
7 cups oatmeal – the five minute kind
1 cup wheat germ
1 cup wheat bran
1 cup dried milk
˝ cup wheat flour
1 cup raw sunflower seeds
˝ cup flax seeds
˝ cup sesame seeds
1 cup dried cranberries
˝ cup pine nuts
1 cup slivered or chopped almonds
1 cup chopped pecans
1 cup chopped walnuts

Add and mix in
1 ˝ cups vegetable oil (any kind will do. I use olive oil)
1 ˝ cups honey

Heat at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Stir to distribute heat. Heat for another 10 minutes. Remove and let cool. Store in canisters and refrigerate to keep in freshness.

You can play with this and substitute or add other grains like pumpkin seeds or raisins etc.
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Thanks Roy that is a great Recipe I will have to try that.
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I do a mixture very similar to this and use blueberries, chopped apricots and figs. Sometimes I bake it with a mix of butter and honey and make it into cereal bars, which is useful if you have no yogourts or milk.
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What's the yield? How many bowls or servings?
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One batch yields about 50 or so servings, I get a bigger serving than my honey, and the whole thing lasts us about three weeks before it's time to prepare some more. It takes about an hour, including time in the oven and packing it in a poly cannister, to make. The materials come from a local food store, Henry's, that offers the ingredients in bulk. We take the measuring cups with us, along with the recipe, and purchase a double order of the supplies, packed in their own baggies. That way we don't have to go shopping as often. Then it's just a matter of mixing and baking. We store the surplus makings in the freezer until needed to preserve the freshness.
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Many thanks. I think I'll cut the recipe in half on the first attempt.
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