Brownie batter Kamut Bowl. Yes, it’s healthy! Do you ever crave brownies in the morning? Well, I don’t. But I’m sure some of you do. Haha. Brownies are delicious and any time I can consume anything that tastes similar to the batter? I’m all for it. I made this brownie batter kamut bowl after looking at some of my old food pictures from last year.
I’m not even sure if Trader Joe’s sells their chocolate super green drink mix in the store anymore. I purchased it last year. I haven’t checked their protein powder section in awhile. So, if you cannot find the mix, then go ahead and use cacao powder with some monk fruit sugar. It will give you a similar taste!
Lastly, I know someone is going to ask me where to find aronia berries! I purchased a bag of aronia berries a few months ago at Whole Foods. They sell them in the frozen section. I’m also unaware if they still sell them since I haven’t been to Whole Foods in awhile. They taste very similar to blueberries!
How to make a brownie batter
I make my kamut cereal the same way that I make my rolled oats. Start by combining a 1/4 cup of kamut cereal with 3/4 cups of water. Add in the protein powders and then microwave it for three minutes! It’s that simple. I don’t add extra ingredients because this mixture is perfect. You can add in cinnamon, ground flax, or chia/hemp seeds for extra flavoring in the mixture.
As for the toppings, I chose to top this brownie batter
How to use kamut cereal:
You can use Kamut cereal the same way that you use rolled or steel cut oats or even quinoa! Kamut doesn’t taste exactly the same way that oats do, but it has a similar texture. The kamut that’s sold as a hot cereal puts me in the mind of cream of wheat as well. You can substitute the rolled oats for kamut in any of my oatmeal bowl breakfast recipes! It will be just as delicious!
Is kamut cereal healthy?
Yes! Kamut cereal provides fiber, iron, and protein. As I’ve stated above, it’s really just another version of oats! According to Live Strong,“Each serving contains 83 milligrams of magnesium — 20 percent of the recommended daily intake for men and 26 percent for women, as set by the Institute of Medicine, as well as 40 and 29 percent of the recommended daily zinc intakes for women and men. A diet rich in zinc benefits your immune system and promotes healthy thyroid function, while magnesium strengthens bone tissue and activates enzymes your cells need to function.”
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- In a large bowl, add the kamut cereal, water, and protein powders. Mix very well. The mixture should not be clumpy! Microwave for 3 minutes.
- Remove from microwave after cooking and top with the optional toppings!
- Calories are without the toppings.
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