Bill’s homemade cereal.

My husband, Bill, has been making this cereal for about 10 years.  Within that timeframe, he has pursued a very focused healthy lifestyle.  Working out 6 days a week, lifting, running and eating very clean.  He slimmed down, losing about 15 lbs and dropped his cholesterol.  Now I could never insinuate or claim that this cereal will lower your cholesterol because I cannot substantiate the claim with medical studies or trials but in our house… we have all lowered our levels and have seen the benefits.  Now, with all of the fiber you need to be well aware… this is also quite good for your colon health.

Ingredients:

3 cups of wheat bran
2 cups of rolled oats
1 cup of oat bran
3/4 cup of wheat germ
3/4 cup of flax seed meal
1/2 cup of sliced or slivered almonds
1/2 cup of chopped pecans or almonds
1 cup of dried tart cherries (or raisins)
1/2 cup of apricots, chopped
1 cup of dried blueberries
1 scoop of protein powder or Arbonne essentials Vanilla Protein Shake Mix (3 packages of 1.48 ozs)

Directions:

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and then store in a gallon ziploc baggie or tupperware container.  You can keep in your pantry or in your refrigerator (although not necessary).  Serve with milk or atop of your yogurt.

— Knead to Cook

Comments

  1. Mosst excellent! Thank you! xoxo

  2. Ever since I saw a Martha Stewart recipe for homemade cereal, I’ve wanted to try it. This looks very delicious!

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  1. […] 2. Bill’s Homemade Cereal Bill got it right with this homemade cereal concoction. It’s packed with healthy ingredients like tart cherries, pecans, blueberries, and even some protein powder. The protein powder does a good job of balancing out the cereal and making you feel full. This is one drawback to eating most store bought cereal, there’s usually an imbalance and you end up getting too many carbohydrates and not enough protein. The fiber comes from flaxseed, fruit, nuts, two types of bran, and rolled oats. This is a breakfast cereal that is a force to be reckoned with, and you may never go back to a box. […]

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