You’ll have to trust me with this recipe: Keto Pork Rind Cereal (Cap’n Crunch flavored)! Pork rinds are of course salty, so I know they aren’t the first thing to consider adding as a main cereal ingredient. However, pork rind flavoring is not obvious here, rather it ends up tasting a lot like cap’n crunch cereal! The pork rinds really just add crunch with this cereal. (Plus, they stay crunchy throughout, without ever getting soggy!) Immediate reactions to this cereal were, “Wow!” which let me know this recipe is a keeper.
If you don’t want cereal, you could always just make these pork rinds with the flavoring, for a snack. If you’ve had trouble finding low-carb milk you like, definitely give unsweetened milkadamia milk a try! It is so good; it really is so much better than something like almond milk. Of course, on keto, macadamia nuts are a big favorite of ours, given the fat content, so the milk choice is great as well!
Happy New Year
Now that it’s December 31st, I hope you can look back at 2018 and really review, and thus prepare what’s best for you for 2019. I’m curious about your New Year resolutions! Feel free to leave a comment letting me know. Mine are simple – I am going to work on doing more (okay doing any at all) cardio (rather than just lifting). Happy New Year!
Keto Pork Rind Cereal (Cap'n Crunch)
- 2 oz Pork Rinds, Cracklins *Make sure you use cracklins, not the softer rinds!
- 8 tbsp Coconut Oil (Melted)
- 4 tbsp Swerve Confectioners/Erythritol
- 4 tbsp Brown Sugar *Swerve Brown or Sukrin Gold is fine!
- 2 tsp Oat Fiber
- 3 cups Unsweetened Milkadamia Milk *Vanilla flavored is great also!
- Add your pork rinds in your cereal bowls. Break your pork rinds a part as much as possible, to make smaller bite sized pieces.
- In a small mixing bowl, mix together: coconut oil, swerve, brown sugar, and oat fiber. Pour this combination over the pork rinds.
- Stir your cereal mixture together. Refrigerate, covered, for 5-10 minutes.
- Once cooled, add your milkadamia milk and stir cereal together, ensuring to scrape the bottom of your bowl.