Low-carb Choco Breakfast Cereals
Milk or yogurt with cereals is a well-known breakfast for many people. It is tasty, nutritious and quick to prepare. Unfortunately, most breakfast cereals are naturally high in carbohydrates and often have a lot of added sugar. Classic breakfast cereals therefore do not fit in a low-carbohydrate diet.
Fortunately, we have now made a tasty alternative: low-carbohydrate chocolate breakfast cereals! Chocolate 'cereal' balls These low-carbohydrate chocolate breakfast cereals or 'cereal' balls are super tasty, crispy and delicious with yogurt or (vegetable) milk. The base consists of finely ground almond flour, linseed and walnuts.
The balls are flavored with cocoa and sweetened with a little erythritol. By using nut flour instead of oatmeal or wheat, a serving of 30 grams contains only 2.2 grams of carbs!
Tips The balls keep well in a sealed container outside the refrigerator for at least 3-5 days. You can also freeze them if you want to keep them longer. You can also make two variants with this recipe: balls or crunchies. For the crunchies you have to roll out the piece of dough, bake it and break or cut it into pieces.
I hope you like it! Check out our other breakfast recipes for more inspiration.
100 gr almond flour
50 gr walnuts
30 gr linseed (brown or gold)
20 gr erythritol
10 gr cocoa powder
1 egg white
30 gr melted butter
Preheat the oven to 175 degrees. Add the almond flour, linseed, walnuts, cocoa, and erythritol to a food processor or blender. Then grind it all fine. After mixing, add the melted butter and the egg white.
Mix well and then turn off the machine. Now make small balls of the dough with your hands. Do you want to root them all? Then scoop a little dough with a small teaspoon.
Place a sheet of baking paper on a baking tray and place the balls on it. Bake the cereal balls in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Then remove the baking sheet from the oven and let the balls cool completely. Store the low-carb breakfast cereals in a sealed container outside the refrigerator.
Serving Size: 30 grams
Preparation time: 15
Cooking time: 20
Total time: 35
Servings: 230 grams
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