Think Out the Box When Choosing Your Cereal (Unprocessed Cereal Recipe)

This morning I decided to share a wonderful cereal recipe. I obtained this recipe in the nutrition class for my marathon training session with the Elijah Running Club. This recipe is wonderful, quick to make and you have the liberty of creating it anyway you like it. It takes only a few minutes and its good enough for a breakfast cereal or midday snack. Bonus is that my daughter loves it too!


Diced honeydew melons

Diced Pineapples

Diced Granny Smith Apples

Sliced Straw berries

Bunch of green grapes

(I’ve also added cantaloupe, blueberries, raspberries, etc in the past)

Lots of Cinnamon

Agave nectar (really just a small amount depending on how much you make)

Walnuts and/or Pecan

Non-Dairy Milk (I use unsweetened vanilla almond milk, but I may try coconut milk this week)

Clean Cereal Ingredients (except Non-Dairy Milk)


1st – Mix all of the fruits and nuts together in a bowl

 2nd – Drizzle a small amount of agave nectar on the top and add a liberal amount of cinnamon

Gotta Love Cinnamon!

3rd – Mixed all the ingredients together and eat alone or with non-dairy milk

This recipe is delicious! If you buy the fruit already diced this should take you 2-3 minutes to make. Enjoy!!

About Emerging VeganSistah

As a single-mother, lawyer, student and entrepreneur with an active Christian lifestyle things can get very busy. I've been on a journey of learning to bring balance into my life. I recognize that many issues that we face today can be eliminated by changing our eating habits. As part of this learning process I've been exploring vegan and raw vegan meals. This soul food loving sistah has had some doubts about this transition. So, I figured why do this alone - we've become a generation of bloggers so I'm going to share my journey towards a vegan lifestyle with you!!!

Posted on March 12, 2012, in detox, food, gluten-free, health, nutrition, raw food, recipes, running, soy-free, Uncategorized, vegan, vegan athletes, vegetarian, weight loss, wellness and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. This is a great Idea I never thought about doing something like this! I think I would want to add granola to it. I am a sucker for mixed fruit

    • Granola would be great to add to this. I’m trying to control my carbs so I didn’t add granola. In addition, the bowl that I made was enough to last a few days so if you add granola you may want to make only one or two servings so it don;t get soggy. Let me know how you like it.

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