As a sucker for all granola, I am also obsessed with muesli. Although very similar, they are not the same thing. Both granola and muesli contain oats, fruits and nuts, but muesli is raw, whereas granola is baked. People enjoy muesli like they do granola (served with milk, sprinkled over yogurt, drowned in kefir) or they soak it overnight (in milk or yogurt) to create a cool, porridge-like consistency. Both of my parents (foreign born) eat muesli almost every morning (except for Saturdays when Papa Proskurowski makes his famous omelet) so I have been around different forms of muesli all my life. And Mu Mu Muesli, my friends, is one of the best. The best.
The muesli is created with “8 powerful ingredients” of oats, cranberries, coconut, raisins, date, flax, almonds and wheat flakes. See the benefits of all the ingredients here.
The pancake mix is a blend of organic spelt, barley and oat flours with a crumble of organic dates and cranberries and a hint of cinnamon. No added sugar or preservatives, and you don’t even need maple syrup or jam on the pancakes!
Go try Mu Mu Muesli! It truly is an unbeatable, delicious source of energy and happiness. (yu)mmmmm(uuuu) Happy weekend!