• Gluten Free Breakfast Cereal Mix

    Having a hot breakfast cereal, particularly in the wintertime is a wonderful thing, but can be frustrating if you suffer from gluten allergies. Here's a delicious gluten free breakfast cereal mix that can be prepared ahead of time.

    You'll Need:
    * 1 cup brown basmati rice, coarsely ground
    * 1/2 cup quinoa coarsely ground
    * 1/2 cup millet coarsely ground
    * 1/2 cup buckwheat groats coarsely ground
    * 1/2 cup sesame seeds coarsely ground
    * 1/2 cup flax seeds coarsely ground
    * 1/2 cup cornmeal
    * 1/2 cup amaranth

    Directions

    Measure all into a large bowl, mixing well. Transfer to a sealed container or package in small ziploc bags for fast convenience packets.

    A coffee grinder works great to grind the grains.

    To Use:

    Combine 2 c. water, pinch of salt and 1/2 c. cereal mix. Reduce heat to medium/low stirring frequently. Cook approximately 20 minutes.
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    1. AnnMC's Avatar
      AnnMC -
      This sounds really good. Has anyone tried this recipe yet. Where is a good place to buy amaranth? I hope to grow my own in the near future but for now I will need to purchase some.


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