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Keto No-Grain-Ola Recipe

By Fitoru | 08 March 2019
no grain ola nuts and strawberry meal

Cheerios, Fruit Loops, Lucky Charms – we all have memories of the incredible sugary cereals we had as kids. But when avoiding carbs, they are a definite no! Instead, try this filling No-Grain-Ola recipe packed with a great mix of cinnamon, toasted nuts, and healthy fiber. Be sure to pick an unsweetened almond or soy milk as these can sometimes contain a lot of sugar!

Keto No-Grain-Ola

Cereal makes for an easy, quick breakfast, but most of them are filled with sugar and carbs!Try our filling, keto-friendly No-Grain-Ola packed with a great mix of cinnamon, toasted nuts, and healthy fiber for a filling, low-carb breakfast! ☀➡Click here for full macros, directions, and ingredients:

Posted by Keto by Fitoru on Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Serves 5

Per Serving:

Net Carbs10g

1 Cup Almonds
1 Cup Peanuts
2 TBSP Peanut Butter
1 TBSP Cinnamon
½ Cup Hemp Seeds
½ Cup Chia Seeds
½ Cup Pumpkin Seeds
2 TBSP Cacao Nibs
¼ Cup Flax Seeds
½ Cup Cashews
2 TBSP Coconut Oil

  1. Mix 2 tablespoons of peanut butter,
    1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon, 2
    tablespoons of coconut oil and stevia in a
    small bowl.
  2. In a larger bowl mix the remainder of the
    ingredients. Combine and mix until all
    nuts are well coated.
  3. Transfer to a parchment paper–lined
    baking sheet and bake at 325°F for 25
    minutes or until nuts are well toasted. Stir
    every 5-8 minutes to avoid burning.
  4. Let cool and serve with a splash of
    unsweetened almond milk. Store in an
    airtight container.

This no grain granola makes for a simple, healthy, keto breakfast!

Click here to read more about the ketogenic diet and to find more low-carb, keto-friendly recipes!


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