Clean Eating Apple Cereal

This post has been revised from it’s release in 2014. Enjoy!

Clean Eating Apple Cereal is the next big thing!

Are you wondering what in the world I am talking about? Well let me explain. 🙂

This little gem of a recipe is perfect for a simple breakfast, dessert, or snack.

Pink Lady and Granny Smith apples cut up and used in a healthy homemade cereal recipe.

You literally feel like you are eating cereal with the crunchy apples and seeds but it is completely healthy and flavorful!

Use whatever nuts, seeds, or milk that you have on hand, but be sure to measure so you don’t over-indulge in the seeds or nuts.

Those little babies hold a LOT of calories!

Beautiful bowls of vegan apple cereal with Manitoba Heart hemp seeds.

This has been a go-to snack item for me for a few years now. I love the texture, flavor, and the way I feel after I eat it. Gone are the days of scarfing down bowls of cereal and then feeling sluggish and sick to my stomach.

Now I can eat this low glycemic Clean Eating Apple Cereal and feel energized and know that I put tons of nutrient-dense foods in my body to help fuel it! 

Though I am not vegan or vegetarian, I love this plant based meal!

Clean Eating Apple Cereal Ingredients:

-apple

-plain unsweetened almond milk

-vanilla extract

liquid Stevia

hemp seeds

cacao nibs

ground flax seed

-sliced almonds

Diced apples, ground flaxseed and cacao nibs in almond milk.

Feel free to substitute any “super foods” you have on hand!

Dairy free coconut or cashew milk can easily replace the almond milk. Chia seeds, pepitas, pecans, or even walnuts would be a great addition as well.

I prefer using liquid Stevia to sweeten my unsweetened plain almond milk, but you may not need any added sweetness.

Two other sweeteners I love are coconut sugar and pure maple syrup. They would be a great flavor addition to this recipe!

A little dried fruit such as dried blueberries or strawberries would be a great addition as well!

Vegan Apple Cereal Recipe | This clean eating little gem is perfect for a healthy breakfast, dairy free dessert, or a gluten free snack. Enjoy crunchy apples and seeds (hemp seeds, ground flaxseed, cacao nibs) and sliced almonds together. Use whatever nuts, seeds, or milk (almond milk, cashew milk, homemade oat milk) that you have on hand. This apple cereal bowl is vegetarian, grain free, sugar free, and Paleo friendly. Homemade cereal at it's best with only whole food ingredients!

In conclusion, if you are craving cereal and are wanting a gluten free and dairy free option that will leave you full and satisfied, look no further!

This Clean Eating Apple Cereal is your next favorite recipe. 

Apple Cereal

This clean-eating little gem is perfect for breakfast, dessert, or a snack. You literally feel like you are eating cereal with the crunchy apples and seeds but it is completely healthy and flavorful! Use whatever nuts, seeds, or milk that you have on hand but be sure to measure so you don't over-indulge in the seeds or nuts. Grain-Free, Sugar-Free, & Paleo friendly.
Prep Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: All American, Gluten Free
Keyword: apple, cereal, clean eating, dairy free, gluten free, low carb, vegan, vegetarian
Servings: 1
Calories: 207kcal
Cost: $2.00

Equipment

  • bowl
  • knife
  • cutting board

Ingredients

  • 1 apple
  • 1 cup plain unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3 drops liquid Stevia
  • 1 tsp hemp seeds
  • 1 tsp cacao nibs
  • 1 Tbsp ground flax seed
  • 1 Tbsp sliced almonds

Instructions

  • Chop the apple into bite sized pieces and place in a cereal bowl.
  • Mix the unsweetened almond milk, vanilla extract, and liquid Stevia in a small dish or mug. Then pour over apples.
  • Top the apple and milk mixture with the remaining ingredients. Enjoy!

Notes

6 Comments

  1. This looks incredible! Pinned 🙂
    ~Laurie @MyHusbandHasTooManyHobbies

  2. Your apple cereal recipe sounds healthy and delicious. Thank you for sharing it with us at the #HomeMattersParty this week.

  3. Thanks for sharing your breakfast/snack idea. It’s not always easy for those on a paleo diet to find compliant ideas. Join us again next at Family Joy Blog linkup.

  4. I love apples so I’d love to try this recipe!

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