Red, White, & Blue and Granola, too!

Sometimes, I really enjoy a bowl of "cereal".  This one, in the pic, is simply banana, blueberries, and raspberries, with sunflower seeds and nutmylk.  Very Yummy!

If you prefer a more traditional looking, and tasting, "cereal" give this granola a try:

coconut cream   3 to 4 tsp

maple syrup    1/4 cup (more or less to taste)

sea salt          pinch

cinnamon     1-2 TB

Handful or two of each:

apple   1/4, chopped small



sunflower seeds

Bob’s Red Mill “7 grain” flakes  1/4 - 1/2 cup (optional, not raw)

Buckwheat groats  3/4 C, soaked 1 hour & sprouted for four hours.

Toss all, and dehydrate until dry.  (Or, eat as is!)

The bf likes this very much!  But, I found I liked this much better before it was dehydrated!  I have come to find that I am not overly fond of most dehydrated foods.  I much prefer fresh, like the one in the pic above!

Notes:  The coconut cream I used was by Tropical Traditions.  If you use Artisana "butter", or WIlderness Family "spread" (or some other) it may take a tad longer to dry.  That's a guess, as they both are considerably runnier than Tropical Traditions.

For those that celebrate this day, I hope you are having a fun, and safe 4th!



evergreen said...

Hi ~pixx!
I made your bowl of red , white, and blue today. I needed something fast, yummy and quiet..lol!

~pixx said...

Hey! Sorry I haven't been here in so long. Life's been a bit nutty. I plan on being busy here again soon.

Thanks for letting me know ya tried it out. I sure hope you enjoyed it! :~)

Simply Life said...

oh this looks delicious!

Elizabeth said...

Looks really good. I think it would be awesome with a raw cobbler crust on top!! Wish I had some berries.
Peace and Raw Health,

Gabriele Agustini said...

Just found your blog! Love it!!
I'm a "Follower" now.
Thanks for sharing!

Phoenix's Muse said...

I actually soak my buckwheat groats overnight, sometimes for days even. They get so soft and absorb so much water.

I used to eat a lot of my own home-made raw granola, but then I realized that so much nut milk was not so great for me. Of course, I was having three bowls of the stuff a day... lol!

amy said...

I'm your 40th follower, CELEBRATION TIME!!

Love your blog!

-Amy :)

amy said...


I'm your 39th..hmph.

I realized you last posted in 2009. PLEASE POST MOREEEEEE :D

~pixx said...

Oh, it *is* delicious Simply Life! :) Raw cobbler crust sounds great, Elizabeth! Welcome, Gabriele (albeit incredibly overdue!)

Phoenix Muse, I find that sometimes I do really well on *lots* of nutmylk for a spell, and then I simply don't crave it any more. I tend to listen to my body now...and it speaks loud and clear!

Oh, please *do* celebrate, Amy!! 39 or 40, no matter! Welcome, and thanks for the push to post more... I'll try to do better here out!

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