Easy Cracker/Cereal" mix. I used 3 servings of that, which is 2 TBS each with a tsp of cinnamon and about 1/2 to 1 Tbsp of Vanilla Torani Sugar Free Syrup in place of water. Watch it in the microwave because it can burn quickly. Microwave it for 50 to 60 seconds or until done all the way through. When it cools it should be crispy. After it cools break it up into "flakes".
I used dried cranberries that I dried myself in my oven since you cannot find dried cranberries at the store here that are sugar-free. You can find a good recipe for them here. They can be used in so many ways that it's nice to buy up cranberries when you can get them and stick in your freezer and dry some to keep on hand for muffins, breads, cookies, or cereal, etc. Sad that you can only get cranberries once a year but when I can get them I get several bags to freeze. It's really not hard to do your own. You control what goes into it then.
I also used organic coconut chips, available in your local health food store most likely or online. I never tried them before but they looked interesting and a good addition to this mix. If you can't find them use unsweetened shredded coconut instead.
Last but not least I chopped some walnuts to complete the mix. All very healthy ingredients, full of omega 3's, fiber, vitamins, and filling as well, unlike most dry cereals that you have to have about 3 bowl-fulls to feel like you had anything substantial! This is one reason I never ate cold cereal for breakfast. The cereal flakes have zero net carbs because they are high enough in fiber to cancel out the carbs. You can use So Delicious unsweetened coconut milk in place of milk, and sprinkle a couple packets of Truvia over all.
Happy eating! :)