The kamut and spelt flakes are just–for lack of a better word–flimsy in comparison to oats. However, the taste is just as good as oats. Kamut flakes have a chewy, almost nutty and sweet taste. They’re delicious! Therefore, it was only a matter of time before, in an attempt to make these grains creamier and more filling, I subjected them to my favorite cooking method/gadget: The Creamifier
Better-n-Cream of Wheat
Chocolate-Covered Meal of the Day
The meal of the day is for today’s second breakfast. Last night, I made up one and a half servings of kamut flakes (a.k.a. 60 grams instead of 40– I like me a BIG bowl of grains). I added quite a bit of cinnamon and melted banana. This morning, upon my return from a chilly run, the grains were waiting for me. So I blended them with the banana, poured on a pool of warm almond milk, and basked in the deliciousness.
Taking an almond-milk bath (It’s good for the skin, haven’t you heard?)
And in true chocolate-covered fashion, I devoured some Dark Chocolate Dreams alongside the blended kamut pudding.
I think anytime you edit a blog it reposts it (Which I’m sure I’ve annoyed all my followers because sometimes I re-edit my posts like 5 times…whoops!)
Bowl of Plenty says
I have somewhat of an opposite problem — I’ve clicked “Publish” instead of “Save” when the post is still not ready. I’m sure my subscribers get a kick out of seeing a half-finished post.
Eddie G says
Oh, crap. Is that a wordpress issue only?….I hope so. I constantly edit on blogger.
hmmmm, or the extreme close up pic could be this — perhaps, perhaps!
Could this be the what the close-up is of??