Paleo AIP Cereal

Answered on December 25, 2013
Created December 24, 2013 at 6:37 AM

Is there anyone here eating according to the Paleo Auto-Immune Protocol (AIP) who has found a decent-tasting cereal? The AIP doesn't include seeds or nuts. And no rice.

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on December 25, 2013
at 08:51 PM

You want something with a hot cereal texture? There's nothing better than a bowl of hot mush on a cold morning!

Try mixing pumpkin, banana, and/or sweet potato with coconut flakes (for texture). Experiment with added spices (cinnamon and ginger for example) until you get a pleasing texture and taste.

For a cold cereal it's harder. You could start with a base of big coconut flakes, dried fruit, perhaps. Pour some coconut milk over it.



on December 25, 2013
at 07:29 PM

I don't think you can have cereals without nuts and seeds, at least. For breakfast then, fruits and greens and fish is what remains. If you are not horribly allergic, you can test-drive some seeds. I mean, the AIP removes all nuts and seeds, but not everybody is allergic to all of them. So you might be able to find some that you can tolerate and use as a cereal.



on December 25, 2013
at 01:00 PM

Cereals (they're grains) are not allowed on the paleo diet. Sorry.

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