Muesli

Love breakfast food. Love. Cereal, oatmeal, eggs, pancakes, granola, yogurt, and especially muesli. My parents are good ‘ol Europeans and like to eat Muesli most mornings for breakfast. They simply add the flakes with buttermilk or kefir, and devour it. While I like that version, once I discovered the true way to make museli, I fell head over heels in love. WATCH OUT KEN.

Ingredients:

* Swiss muesli flakes

* Some type of milk

* Some types of fruit (I like raspberries, apple, banana, blueberries)

Ingredients

You can really put any fruit and liquid with the flakes to make a delicious muesli.

Directions:

* Easy peasy. Place all of the fruit into a cup.

* Cover the fruit layer with muesli.

* Cover the fruit-muesli with milk.

* Store in fridge for 1-24 hours. THIS IS KEY. The muesli flakes expand and soak up the liquid, forming an oatmeal textured smooth bite.

Apple

Grated apple

Grating an apple really just juices it....oh and a half a banana adds some sweetness and depth to the muesli, too.

 

Fruit

Put all the fruit at the bottom of the glass/cup/bowl. I personally love eating everything out of cups....

museli

Add the muesli flakes on top -- the key ingredient, obvi.

milk

Add almond/rice/soy/coconut/cow milk on top. And store in fridge for at least an hour! The muesli flakes expand and soak in all the milk, resulting in a scrumptious, luxurious and full body taste!

tada

This time, I put in too much milk, but it still tasted absolutely perfect. You can't go wrong with fruit, milk, and muesli. No matter what. SO GOOD!

Do you have any go-to favorite breakfasts?

Have a great weekend!

Anika Yael Natori, aka The Josie Girl.

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P.S. I think I should buy stock in Almond Milk. I consume so much of it…

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4 Comments

  1. Yum. Does it make a big diffrence if you refrigerate overnight instead of just an hour?

    • The longer in the fridge, the more time the cereal melts into the milk….

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