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Hey everyone!

I'm new to this forum - currently transitioning vegetarian, you can see my introduction / story post here.

Although I don't eat it too often as I wish I LOVE cereals & granolas! So yummy!

Always happy to explore and experiment with different food suggestions so whats everyones favorites? From homemade to store-bought..recipes welcomed too!

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Oatmeal with flax meal, chia seeds, hemp seeds, cinnamon, sunflower seeds (already hulled), and maple syrup.
 

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Oatmeal (the old fashioned kind, not the instant or quick oats) with peanut butter and bananas

Kashi Strawberry Fields <3

generic brand Fruit n Fibre (it's got dried bananas and coconut flakes and stuff)
 

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Nature's Path KAMUT Krisp.
It's not cheap, though. But I don't eat cereal often, so one bag lasts me for a long time.
 
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oatmeal cooked in fruit juice with soymilk added after it cools down, plus berries, nuts, and bananas. extra bonus: it's cheap!
 

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I ADORE this recipe:

http://ohsheglows.com/2013/02/20/blissful-buckwheat-granola-clusters-oil-free/

I don't use the leftover almond pulp she lists in her recipe. Also, in place of coconut nectar (really, where on earth would a person find that lol) I use brown rice syrup which is very sticky and thick like honey but entirely plant based and not as sweet. I have made versions of her recipe with almond butter, sunflower butter, and peanut butter. I personally like it best with sunflower butter but I made it for some omnivore coworkers and they loved it with peanut butter. It is very easy to make. Buckwheat groats can be hard to find though. I get mine in bulk from my local whole foods coop. Larger chain grocery stores often have the brown rice syrup in the gluten free section.

ps this granola makes a great cold cereal to have with plant milk and it makes about ten cups worth. It is also great just to snack on as it is in little clusters.
 

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I ADORE this recipe:

http://ohsheglows.com/2013/02/20/blissful-buckwheat-granola-clusters-oil-free/

I don't use the leftover almond pulp she lists in her recipe. Also, in place of coconut nectar (really, where on earth would a person find that lol) I use brown rice syrup which is very sticky and thick like honey but entirely plant based and not as sweet. I have made versions of her recipe with almond butter, sunflower butter, and peanut butter. I personally like it best with sunflower butter but I made it for some omnivore coworkers and they loved it with peanut butter. It is very easy to make. Buckwheat groats can be hard to find though. I get mine in bulk from my local whole foods coop. Larger chain grocery stores often have the brown rice syrup in the gluten free section.

ps this granola makes a great cold cereal to have with plant milk and it makes about ten cups worth. It is also great just to snack on as it is in little clusters.
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