Delicious High Fiber Low Carb Breakfast Cereal Recipe sticks to your ribs with maple goodness|

High Fiber Low Carb Breakfast Cereal Recipe

?This high fiber, low carb breakfast cereal recipe is full of maple goodness. The high fiber helps keep you feeling full for a long time. With plenty of good things like flax, almond meal, and coconut flour it has a natural sweetness that will get your morning off to a good start.

High Fiber Low Carb Breakfast Cereal Recipe sticks to your ribs with maple goodness |

One of my favorite breakfasts has always been cream of wheat. I love the smooth texture and the mild flavor. I love the way a pat of butter pools in the center. I love the way it fills me up at breakfast time. What I don’t love, to be honest, is the carbs.

This morning it was getting chillier by the minute. That arctic front was poised to blow through my part of Texas and I can tell you I wasn’t thrilled. I love warmth – with no thyroid cold hurts me in a way I can’t describe. I was not looking forward to the big chill – that’s for sure. In fact, my dining area has a fireplace and within five minutes of walking in the door from taking the kids to school I had a fire going. It was necessary for my well being!

I was craving cream of wheat something fierce but I didn’t want to cave to the carbs. What to do?

This high fiber low carb breakfast cereal did the trick. Its a combination of flax meal, coconut flour, and almond meal with a little sweetener and maple flavoring added. Once it’s cooked you can add butter, cream, and a little sweetener plus a dusting of cinnamon. So good!

The Coconut Flourimage?and almond give it a natural sweetness but I did add a little xylitol because I like things to be sweet. (That’s an affiiliate link – when you buy the blog gets a small commission which helps keep it up and running. Thanks!) ?My only caveat about this is to eat it quickly. As it cools it gets goopy and gloppy. If you’ve been looking for a low carb, high fiber breakfast look no further. This is it!

Delicious High Fiber Low Carb Breakfast Cereal Recipe sticks to your ribs with maple goodness|
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High Fiber Low Carb Breakfast Cereal Recipe

A creamy, high fiber, low carb, low calorie hot cereal that will satisfy breakfast cravings quickly.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 3 minutes
Servings 1 serving
Calories 143kcal
Author Katherine Peters



  • Mix everything in a bowl.
  • Microwave for one minute.
  • Stir.
  • Add butter, cream and sweetener to taste


Calories: 143kcal | Carbohydrates: 9g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 0mg | Sodium: 25mg | Potassium: 113mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 0g | Calcium: 50mg | Iron: 1.1mg

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14 thoughts on “High Fiber Low Carb Breakfast Cereal Recipe”

  1. This is SO delicious. I added a bit of raw cocoa for some extra fiber and am loving it. New favorite brekkie. Thanks!

  2. I buy a ground golden flax at Costco that does not require refrigeration. So, I multiplied this recipe and put it all in a canister with the instructions to add equal parts of this with liquid (we used vanilla almond milk) and microwave.

    That canister disappeared FAST. Cool weather has come to Michigan and I will have to make this again this week.

    Thanks for all you do.

    I actually found this recipe when I came looking for the cauliflower hot breakfast porridge one. I did a big batch of that, too and my kids were very happy to scoop some out of the container in the fridge and heat it up with some butter. Wonderful stuff when kids will eat it!

  3. Just found your sight and decided to try it out . was looking for a change in low carb choices to get me going again and take away the “same old things” I had fallen prey to, so thank you. I tried this and it was like a bowl of sun shine, heavenly, yum. can’t wait to try more.

  4. This sounds wonderful, a great exchange when eggs have had their run. I too have no thyroid (hashimoto’s) and we’re about the same age. I love the cold, however – this front coming through tonight is delightful! (I’m in Fort Worth.)

    Thank you for your recipes, I’ll definitely try several of them!

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