GD friendly low carb cereal
Nutty granola type cereal with no added sugars, served with coconut milk, almond milk or a milk of your choice
Servings Prep Time
1serving 5minutes
Servings Prep Time
1serving 5minutes
  1. Chop all the nuts to your liking. I like to leave the nuts quite chunky for lots of texture making this more like a really nutty granola type cereal and add to a cereal bowl
  2. Add the seeds to the bowl and stir all the ingredients well
  3. Slice the strawberries adding them to the bowl along with the blueberries
  4. Add the milk of your choice. Coconut or almond milk works really well with this cereal, although any milk of choice will work. If using diary milk, use full fat whole milk and even a splash of cream for indulgence!
  5. Sprinkle with Sukrin:1 or the sweetener of your choice to your taste
Recipe Notes

This recipe works well with a few berries, 1 x sliced/chopped kiwi or half a grated granny smith apple. If you would like to add banana, remember that banana is much higher in carbs so it’s worth using a smaller less ripe banana. Nuts can be expensive to purchase and this recipe uses a lot, so it’s advisable to buy online or look in discount stores such as Lidl, Aldi and £1 stores for good deals. This ‘cereal’ is great to make in large quantities and store in a mason jar or tub, adding the fresh fruit and sweetener as you make it just like a normal shelf ready cereal. You can obviously use any nuts and seeds to create this type of cereal, but the ones I’ve listed seem to compliment each other well, taste sweet and have that breakfast feel to them. Be wary of using higher carb nuts such as cashews. Nuts and seeds are packed with good fats and protein but they still contain carbs, I’ve tried to select the best ones for taste and nutritional values. I hope this helps anyone craving cereal, I wish I’d made this when I was pregnant with gestational diabetes!

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