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Hi I am Vivica, welcome to my blog! I am a certified nutritionist and the creator of the Healing Foods Method. My philosophy of healing is to let the right foods delight you, nourish you and make you healthy!

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Keto Paleo Breakfast Cereal In A Jar

This Keto Paleo Breakfast Cereal can be easily made ahead and in batches then used all week for a quick and convenient breakfast option.

This is the perfect breakfast for the whole week!

This Keto Paleo Breakfast Cereal can be easily made ahead and in batches then used all week for a quick and convenient breakfast option.

From the recipe you can make 6 individual servings, pre-pack them in small glass jars and keep them in the fridge ready to go.

Keto Paleo Breakfast Cereal In A Jar has enough fat to make it a good breakfast option for your proper ketogenic lifestyle, if you want to add more protein to it you can mix in a scoop of collagen right before you eat it…

What About Nuts? Good or bad for me?

I usually don’t recommend eating a lot of nuts, because of 2 main reasons:  1. the phytic acid content 2.  the PUFA content.

What is phytic acid and why is it bad for me?

1. Phytic acid is the storage form of phosphorus contained in legumes, seeds and nuts, which binds certain minerals in the digestive tract.  A high consumption of phytates will therefore lead to mineral deficiencies. Certain species like rats and cows can absorb a much larger percent of phytic acid, thus enabling them to consume foods containing it with out danger of malnutrition. (Another sign in my book that humans are not supposed to consume large quantities of them).

Lucky for us there is an easy answer: Soaking the nuts!

Yes soaking nuts in salty water for a minimum of 12 hour eliminates most anti-nutrients. (Phytates plus lectins and enzyme inhibitors!) Most of the anti-nutrients are found in the skin. Since many anti-nutrients are water-soluble, they simply dissolve when foods are soaked. Soaking also increases the availability of nutrients!

PUFAs and how to handle them

2. PUFA content. PUFA or polyunsaturated fatty acids are a necessary part of the balance between Omega 3s and Omega 6s. In order to mantain a healthy balance in the diet we need to pay attention to 2 things: First that the oils are not rancid, so I recommend storing your raw nuts in the freezer to preserve freshness. Second that the Omega 6 are in the correct 1:1 balance with Omega 3s. (Get your Omega 3s from plenty of sardines and pastured eggs!)

Keto Paleo Breakfast Cereal In A Jar
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 6 servings
  • Serving size: 1 cup approx
  • Calories: 417
  • Fat: 38 gr
  • Carbohydrates: 6gr NET
  • Fiber: 8 gr
  • Protein: 10.6 gr
Recipe type: Breakfast
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An easy make-ahead breakfast for the whole week! This Keto Paleo Breakfast Cereal is a delicious and convenient nutrient dense option!
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl (not plastic) soak the sunflower seeds, pecans, walnuts, and brazil nuts with the salt in purified or spring water, for at least 12 hours.
  2. When finished soaking, rinse well with purified water and place back in a clean bowl.
  3. Add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl and mix well.
  4. You can now store the cereal in glass jars or keep in the bowl. Refrigerate overnight before serving.
  5. The cereal can be divided in 6 individual jar portions for each day of the week.

 

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Comments 14

  1. Becky says:

    what could I substitute for the hemp seed? I’m allergic to them.

    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      Hey Becky, you can just omit them, the nutrition info will change, but the recipe will be just as tasty!

  2. Jaclyn says:

    My hubs is allergic to sunflower seeds. Is there something I can use as a replacement to make it for him?

    Thanks.

    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      You can skip them or use double the amount of hemp seeds.

  3. Donna McCarthy says:

    I made this and it was easy but mine is milky not like a pudding! Isn’t it supposed to thicken?
    I love it though😎. Thanks

  4. Tony says:

    Do you have a recommended serving size?

    • The Nourished Caveman says:

      Tony please read the recipe, all the info is there. Serving size and measurements in grams 🙂

  5. Tony says:

    Are the measurements listed here by volume or by weight? Also, how big is each serving size?

  6. Tony says:

    Ok, I’ll just have to experiment because I’m confused; the recipe is in cups not grams. The total comes out to out to 2 1/2 cups of pecans, walnuts, brazil nuts, hemp hearts, chia seeds, hemp hearts, and shredded coconut. I’m trying to figure out the serving size because I’m trying to figure out how to portion out 2 1/2 cups of nuts for an entire week.
    The nutritional panel provided states the serving size is 1 cup, so how does a 2 1/2 cup recipe with a serving size of 1 cup spread out to an entire week? I also realize that I’m not including the 3 cups of almond milk.

    I’m not trying to be a pain, but this seems like an awesome Keto breakfast and just trying to figure out how to make it work without going broke.
    Here in Hawaii almonds are $25 per pound, walnuts and are $23, so I’m trying to figure out how much I need to buy for a week; that’s why I ask about serving size.
    Unless the recipe as it is listed here is one serving? I’m a 200+ pound man who does high-intensity workouts everyday so 2 1/2 cups of nuts seem like a single serving to me.

    • SeriouslyLOL says:

      The recipe totals 6 cups. It’s pretty simple to follow and divide up. Incredibly easy recipe.

  7. Rebecca Brooks-Guelfi says:

    Thanks so much for these great EASY recipes to use. I bought your cook book, incredible recipes :)!!!

  8. Haley says:

    That looks delicious but too watery to me.

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