I still love my breakfast and I've been eating it for years. It varies a bit but it's basically 80 grams of wheat bran, 40 grams of rolled oats, 42 grams of dried fruit diced, 220 grams soy milk, 1 tablespoon quinoa bran, 50 grams unreconstituted frozen juice (any one with no added sugar), 50 grams of pumpkin, 30 grams of pureed whole lemon, 1/4 teaspoon salt. Various spices; allspice, cinnamon, cardamon, etc. I used to cook it in the microwave, now I cook it in a 4 cup pyrex glass measuring cup sitting on a trivet in a pressure cooker with a few cups of water around it, for 5 minutes at high, natural release (about 15 minutes for the pressure to go down). When it comes out I slice a banana over it, stir it in with the knife, then pour some almond milk over it and stir some more. I call it my breakfast mush.
All that dried fruit makes it sweet. The almond milk is unsweetened. The soy is regular (sweetened). I'm guessing that the wheat bran and oats help delay the absorption of the sugars and so keep my blood sugar from spiking. Plus, fructose is a good sugar on the glycemic index charts.