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Hot Cereal

Posted by Solitary Dancer on September 20, 2009

Here’s an interesting idea that was posted by Rachlen over at Dr. B’s place. I haven’t tried this but it certainly sounds like something I would enjoy.

Here’s what Rachlen has to say about her new hot cereal.

Thanks for sharing, Rachlen!

This morning I wanted to use up some left over pumpkin – so I though I would make a pumpkin custard for breakfast – my idea flopped as a custard but turned into a yummy "hot Cereal – kind of like flavored oatmeal"

Here is what I did :

In a measuring cup sprayed with pam butter flavor I mixed together:

   1 TBSP of Pumpkin
   1.5 oz. of farmer’s Cheese (mine has 0 carbs)
   1/4 cup egg beater (equivalent to one egg)
   a large splash of DaVinci Sugar Free Gingerbread syrup (about 2 to 3 TBSP)
   15 drops of liquid sweet n low

I mixed real well and put in microwave for  60 seconds — then stirred and went about another 60 seconds 

The result looked like orange lumpy oatmeal — tasted yummy and was warm and good for a start of fall morning with temperatures in the upper 40s  

My figures come to:
95 calories; 2.13 grams carbs; 0 fiber  and 12.25 grams of protein
If you are not allergic to flax seed as I am – you could add that to get some fiber


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