Paleo Cereal

I can remember a time when I was completely afraid to eat carbs, like morbidly THROW that bread outta my face kind of afraid and all I wanted was cereal..yes real sugar-y food dyed artificial cereal..non of this whole wheat fiber stuff..I wanted the real deal..I had some one day and of course it made me super hyper, sick and swear it gave me some zits..

Not to shy you away from eating cereal, it really is all about balance trust me when I say that..

But I do want to introduce you to an alternative cereal that has all the delicious taste you could want yet no artificial food dye/color, flavorings and/or sugar! The only sweetness in this stuff is from pineapple syrup, freeze dried strawberries and blueberries which equate to only 3g per serving (pretty sweet right?!)

Paleo Gluten Free Muesli

Where most cereals are high in carbohydrates, this muesli is higher in fat and lower in carbs which came to a shocker to me when I received my package from Bob’s Red Mill in the mail. One serving is 1/4 a cup (24 grams), 140 calories, 10g of Fat, 9g of Carbohydrates and 3g of Protein. I like to add protein to most of my meals so I wanted to share with you how you can enjoy this muesli three different ways and with a side of protein for a delicious treat you can enjoy on the go or at snack time!

Paleo Gluten Free Muesli

Paleo Gluten Free Muesli

Creamy Muesli:

1/4 cup Bob’s Red Mill Muesli

8 oz. Kefir

3 Vanilla Stevia Drops (my favorite here)

Mix together and enjoy!

This had to be my favorite because I am a sucker for a thick creamy texture. Kefir has probiotics and is a fermented milk protein. Whenever you eat dairy it is essential that you buy organic and unflavored versions as dairy can have lots of added sugar and hormones if not organic. You can buy Kefir at Target, Trader Joe’s or most health food stores.

Paleo Gluten Free Muesli

CoCo for Cereal:

1/4 cup Bob’s Red Mill Muesli

2 oz. Unsweetened Coconut Milk

150 grams Organic Coconut Yogurt

Because the muesli has coconut in it I had to add MORE. I am a sucker for coconut anything/everything, my husband always laughs at me because I smell like a coconut since I rub the oil all over myself but I just LOVE coconut smell and taste. The Bob’s Red Mill Muesli has coconut flakes in it so I was inspired to add more coconut with some milk and coconut yogurt for protein. You can replace the coconut yogurt and milk with greek yogurt/goat yogurt and almond milk if you prefer.

Paleo Gluten Free Muesli

Chocolate Muesli: 

1/4 cup Bob’s Red Mill Muesli

1 scoop (22 grams) Bob’s Red Mill Chocolate Superfood Powder (you can check out my other recipe using this super food powder here)

1/2 cup water

Mix protein powder and water together until thickness is desired, you can add more or less water or substitute that with almond/coconut milk. Add muesli at the end and eat right away.

When I got my package from Bob’s Red Mill I immediately decided I was making chocolate cereal happen because DUH!

Paleo Gluten Free Muesli

So now that I have you craving cereal why not try this delicious healthy muesli, you can grab this delicious Muesli here!

So I wanna know…

  • Do you LOVE cereal?
  • Have you ever tried this mix before?

[This post was sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill and with every post all thoughts are my own]