No, I didn't make my own cereal, but that's because the Greenwood Kitchen's locally made crisps are so good that I couldn't bear the disappointment of my own buckwheat crisp dehydrating experiment. We all know that didn't go so well.
While I'd certainly love to master this recipe, I'm quite content with purchasing these crisps, which come in flavors like Chocolate Almond, Cacao Raisin, and Vanilla Cashew, retailing for $4.49 for a two-serving bag. Yeah, that's a lot less economical than buying a box of Kashi, but these are so satisfying in a giant bowl of fruit and vanilla almond milk sprinkled with coconut and cashews. It fits my Dessert-for-Breakfast ethos: Start the day sweet and you're less likely to seek out sugar throughout the day.
You can order from the Gluten-Free, Vegan Bakery, Greenwood Kitchen, on their Etsy storefront, or stop by their list of retailers on the site. I purchase my crisps at Essene in the raw foods section.