Shelley Case’s High Fiber Hot Cereal

Dairy Free Nut Free Fish Free Soy Free Gluten Free 

This quick, heart-healthy breakfast is packed with fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. Add a spoonful of brown sugar, chopped nuts and/or dried apricots or raisins for more flavor and extra nutrients.

3 tablespoons Flax Seed Meal (Ground Flax) *
3 tablespoons Cream of Brown Rice Hot Cereal (check label for allergens)
1 1/3 cup water
dash of vanilla

Combine the first 3 ingredients in a medium to large glass bowl.
Cook on high in a microwave for 3-4 minutes, or until thick and creamy.

Stir in vanilla.

Serve with brown sugar, nuts and/or dried fruits.

Substitute Creamy Buckwheat Hot Cereal or Bob's Red Mill Mighty Tasty Gluten-Free Hot Cereal™ for the Brown Rice Hot Cereal.

- As flax is very high in fiber, it is important to gradually introduce it in small portions until tolerated. Start with 5 tbsp. hot cereal and 1-3 tsp. of ground flax initially and then gradually work up to 3 tbsp. flax and 3 tbsp. hot cereal.

- Mix dry flax and the hot cereal in self-seal plastic bags and take it when traveling. The cereal can be cooked in the microwave in your hotel room. Another option is to order juice and/or coffee/tea and/or an egg at the restaurant and ask the server to heat the cereal and water in a bowl in their microwave. Most restaurants are very accommodating if you order some items off the menu.

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