Hi friends! How are you doing? Fabulous I hope. I know I sure am. You want to know why? Because I am on vacation! Yep it has been 11 months since I have had a vacation. I cringe just writing that. Horrendous isn’t it? Well I am making up for some lost time with two whole weeks at the lake. In the sun. Getting a tan. Sounds glorious doesn’t it? I’m not trying to make you jealous or anything (ok maybe I am just a little) but I am sure a happy girl at the moment. Yes I still call myself a girl. What age do you think that is no longer appropriate? Woman just sounds so old. I’m not ready to be old yet. Not at all. I will be holding onto that girl title for as long as I can. Maybe once my patients finally stop mistaking me for a medical student will I be forced to accept that I am really getting older. Hopefully that isn’t any time soon.
Today I am sharing a cereal recipe that was inspired by this recipe that I posted months ago. Although I made some major modifications by cutting out the eggs, decreasing the added sweetener and using bananas instead, adding some coconut milk and coconut flour. And I am pretty pleased with how this one turned out I must admit. This is not only a great breakfast option, but works well for snacks as well. Add it to some mixed nuts and dried fruit for a paleo friendly trail mix option. Or add nut milk or coconut milk, top with some fresh fruit and eat it for breakfast. Or just snack on it plain. This recipe only lasted a few days in my fridge before I had eaten the entire batch so if your taste buds are anything like mine you should enjoy it! Plus this one is nut free, dairy free, egg free and compatible with both the SCD and GAPS diets. So it should be able to please all of your dietary needs!
<img src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/57a218f9e58c6213276fa869/t/5816e0b46fd27cfee2b5e4f8/1477897395693//img.jpg cm round balls of dough with your hands and place on the baking sheets (this should make enough for 2 baking sheets)
3. Place in the oven and cook for 14-18 minutes (until they are browned or crisp on the outside)
4. Remove from the oven and let cool to crisp up
5. Serve and enjoy!
NOTE: This cereal can be stored in the fridge for at least one week. And because of the bananas it may turn a slight green colour. Don’t be alarmed it is still okay to eat!
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