Almond Berry Cereal – Transform Your Kitchen-Ep. #20

Almond Berry Cereal Recipe

We already know sugary kid’s cereals are not good for you. And ‘healthy’ cereals? That myth has already been debunked! This recipe is a delicious grain-less alternative to processed breakfast cereals-one that’s full of antioxidants, vitamins & minerals, and healthy fats!

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8 comments so far - add yours!

  1. Michele says:

    Souhds great! Question – new this year, in stores like Whole Foods – or in the Natural Foods section of Kroger is a new kind of coconut milk – it’s in the same area as Rice Milk and Soy Milk – it comes in a carton. It has a lot less fat. I’ve been using it a lot and the stores tell me it’s nearly impossible to keep it in stock. Dr. Axe – what do you think of that option?

  2. Donna says:

    I’m not sure I understand what is wrong with eating whole grains. Can you shed a little light on this subject. Thanks.

    • Michele says:

      I’ll let Dr. Axe provide the science, but if I understand correctly, most cereals are highly processed, have added sugars, etc. They may contain whole grains, but have a lot of other stuff, too, plus the really good parts of the grain are processed out. That’s my laymans explanation. What kind of whole grain cereals do you like?

    • Donna says:

      I was not referring to grains in cereals, but actual grains like steel cut oats, actual whole wheat that is ground from wheat berries, and other grains that are purchased from a whole foods stored and then ground up at home.

      • Dr. Axe says:

        Hi Donna,

        Michele is right on. Donna, the grains you are eating are a far better option, but if you are trying to lose weight or recover from a health condition, you still want to stay away from them. Here are 7 reasons Vegetables, Fruits and Beans are superior to Grains. Grains are:

        1) inflammatory
        2) higher in carbs
        3) less vitamins and minerals
        4) less anti-oxidants
        5) less enzymes
        6) less fiber
        7) less electrolytes

  3. Love this recipe Dr. Axe. I make my own sprouted, dehydrated, buckwheat cereal for when I’m cravin’ cereal. This will be a nice nutrient dense alternative! thanks for the info.

    Martha Gesegnet
    aka the Natural Health Maven
    http://Natural Healing

  4. Lisa Sager says:

    are the almond raw or toasted?

  5. Pat says:

    Could you post the recipe for those of us with dial-up who can’t watch the video?

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