Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Ceci has a new favorite breakfast, Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Mighty Tasty Hot Cereal. We ate it at my parent's house a few weeks ago while visiting and she gobbled it up every morning. I had avoided buying it in the past because I thought it was expensive, about $3-4, compared to a box of cream of rice for less than $2. I found out from eating it at my parents that it only takes a 1/4 cup to make a huge bowl, and if I make a half portion for Ceci I only needed to use 2 Tablespoons.
This morning I finally opened the bag I bought for our house and made one portion from 1/4 cup of dry cereal. We put some frozen blueberries in, and Ceci dug right into my bowl with me. Usually I scoop 1/3 of my bowl out into a small bowl for her, but today we "share all togethers." (I love her cute speech pattern.)
It has a great taste to it, somewhat reminiscent of their polenta, which makes sense because there is corn in it along with Brown Rice, Buckwheat, and Sorghum. It's rich and hearty, I really felt full until lunch, which seems like a miracle in and of it self. I did add a little milk before we ate it to thin it out a little bit, it was almost solid after microwaving it. I'm so glad to find another healthy gluten free product that Ceci will eat without an argument or me having to sit there and spoon food into her mouth begging and pleading.
1/4 cup Bob's Red Mill GF Mighty Tasty Hot Cereal
1 Cup Water
2 Tbs Milk
1/3 Cup Frozen Blueberries