This is a delicious and nutrient-rich breakfast idea, rich in complex carbohydrates, healthy fats and proteins. It incorporates the goodness of real, whole grains, nuts and fresh fruit, offering a variety of micronutrients for a great start to the day.

TYPE: Breakfast
PREP TIME: < 15 mins
SERVINGS: one (multiply all quantities by number of servings you need)

  • Vegan
  • Wheat-free
  • Peanut-free
  • Soy-free
  • Corn-free
  • Refined sugar-free

Goodies Needed*


  • 1/4 cup Whole Grain Kamut (organic)
  • 1/2 cup Fresh Blackberries (organic - or your favorite berry)
  • 1/4 cup Almonds (raw, organic)
  • Cinnamon (organic)
  • Optional - Maple Syrup (organic)


  • Pot, small or medium
  • Stove

Preparation Steps

  1. Prepare the kamut cereal according to directions on package. It normally cooks in 10 minutes.
  • Wash the blackberries (or your chosen berry) and set aside.
  • Pour the cooked kamut into a bowl.
  • Sprinkle in some cinnamon and stir thoroughly.
  • Add your berries and almonds to the grain bowl.
  • Drizzle with some maple syrup if desired and enjoy.

Meal Nutritional Benefits

Kamut Cereal:

  • a source of antioxidants and phytonutrients
  • a source of vitamins and minerals, especially the B vitamins, selenium, potassium, magnesium, copper, iron, zinc, and phosphorus
  • helps promote healthy blood sugar and cholesterol, as well as weight and optimal health
  • helps reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes type 2
  • read more here for a detailed nutrition profile of Kamut


  • a source of antioxidants and phytonutrients
  • a source of: vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin E, iron, calcium, fiber, folate, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 and vitamin B5
  • help reduce risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes type 2
  • enhance healthy immune function and overall good health and weight
  • for more information, visit the blackberries detailed overview from Nutrition Data


  • are a protein powerhouse and provide a delicate crunch with every bite
  • good source of (in descending order): manganese, vitamin E, magnesium, tryptophan, copper, vitamin B2, and phosphorus
  • lower bad cholesterol, reduce risk of heart disease, provide protection against diabetes, provide protection against cardiovascular disease, promote healthy weight, prevent gallstones and help with energy production
  • for more information, visit the almonds detailed overview from World’s Healthiest Foods


  • good source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients
  • good source of: manganese and calcium
  • contain anti-clotting action, anti-microbial activity, and helps reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes 2
  • contain eugenol and cinnamaldehyde which have pain-relieving and sedative properties
  • for more information, visit the cinnamon detailed overview from World’s Healthiest Foods

Maple Syrup:

  • a healthy natural sweetener when in its purest, high quality form
  • provides a good source of various micronutrients like manganese and zinc
  • enhances heart health, immune health, and prostate health
  • offers antioxidants to protect from free radical damage and cancers
  • for more information, visit maple syrup nutrition to learn about its specific properties

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