Did you ever wish you could make breakfast in the crock pot too?
Well believe it or not you can and this recipe is one that has not only met all our own criteria but has become a staple on our weekly menu year-round.
Cook on low overnight and serve hot. Wheatberries will be soft but not mushy. It makes enough for up to twelve bowls and is best with home-made granola, raisins and fresh bananas. Some have it with milk & brown sugar as they would any other hot cereal and leftover wheatberries are good on pancakes.
So that’s our “secret recipe”. We’ve found that few have heard of a crock pot breakfast but maybe once you’ve tried it you will pass the word yourself. Here in West Virginia we know that a hearty healthy breakfast is one thing that can put you up the hill!
“Give us this day our daily bread . . .”