First put 6 tablespoons of flax seeds in an electric coffee grinder and grind them, but not to a fine powder. Then add one tablespoon of honey and mix very well. The flax seeds are a rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids. The honey helps preserve the flax seeds so they don’t go rancid.
Put 2 tablespoons of the honey-flax seeds in a big dish.
Add some fresh fruits in season. I use apple or blueberry, but you can use what you like.
I like to add walnuts as well. They’re optional. Set this dish aside.
Put 4 generous tablespoons of organic cottage cheese in a container that will permit you to use a drink (immersion) blender on this mixture. (If you are making enough for 2 or more people, you can use a regular blender.)
Add 3 tablespoons of fresh flax seed oil. (Barleans is a good brand for this and you can find it in most health food stores.)
Add 2 tablespoons of organic milk (I use whole milk. You can use what you want.)
Add 1 teaspoon of honey.
Blend these together and let sit for a few minutes so the oil and cottage cheese can chemically combine.
Add one banana if you like banana pudding and blend again.
Pour this mixture over the fruit and honey-flax seeds in the big bowl.
Try this for breakfast for 3 or 4 days and see how you feel.