Instead of being grain-based, it is nut-based with sugar-free syrup, coconut oil, and shredded coconut for flavor. Mix the ingredients together, spread them out on a pan, and bake–that’s all there is to it! When finished, you will have a crunchy snack sweetened to your liking that you can enjoy in moderation and still lose weight. Eat it with some unsweetened almond milk, a keto-friendly yogurt, or plain with a spoon! Other Breakfast OptionsKeto porridge as a granola alternativeSome people will find that granola may not be the best fit for them, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find tasty breakfast alternatives. Similar foods which are often off-limits on the keto diet can be made at home to meet your dietary needs. While storebought keto cereals and oatmeals are a bit pricey, making your own at home is simple and affordable. First up, you can make your own ketogenic cereal with just a handful of ingredients. Heavy on the nuts and unsweetened coconut flakes, the only other ingredients you will need are eggs, chia seeds, and a touch of vanilla extract. Bake the ingredient on a sheet pan and pour it into a bowl for a sweet and crunchy cereal that will have you wanting seconds. Keep in mind that dairy milk is typically not keto because it is high in carbs, although full-fat dairy, like whole milk, half-and-half, and heavy cream are acceptable on keto. You can also enjoy your homemade cereal with a serving of unsweetened almond milk. Oatmeal is another great alternative to granola, but what do you do about the carb count in the oats? To keep yourself in ketosis, try out our cinnamon keto porridge which has no oats at all! Instead, it uses chia seeds, flaxseed, and shredded coconut to give you the hearty feeling that you are used to getting from a steaming bowl of porridge.