Bob's Red Mill is where it all started!

  • Bob's Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli a great blend of whole grains, seeds, and nuts. Excellent with Almond Milk or Greek Yogurt
  • On the hunt for making my own version of muesli, maybe with the focus on the whole grain oatmeal, nuts and seeds. I did this previously with Qia, Healthy Plant-based Protein Cereal
    • A starting idea to mix it up overnight, but maybe just with almond milk or yogurt as switches for me
    • From a 2007 comment on Chowhound. This is a big batch designed to last a week or so. But it looks interesting.

      birchermuesli: source link:
      1 1/2 cups steel cut oats
      3 cups old fashioned rolled oats
      3 navel oranges
      1 lemon
      Combine the oats in a large bowl. Grate the zest from two oranges and one lemon over the oats; juice the oranges and the lemon and stir into the oats to combine well. Add 2/3 cup dried fruit - currants, raisins, golden raisins, chopped dried figs or apricots, dried cherries - whatever you like or have on hand. Refrigerate overnight.

      Next morning, grate using a box grater 2 apples and 2 firm but ripe pears, turning the fruit to avoid the cores. Stir the grated fruit into the muesli along with 1/3 cop (or more) toasted sliced almonds; and 1/3 cup ( or more) roasted, skinned and chopped hazelnuts, or just use roasted chopped pecans. Finally stir in two cups plain yogurt or heavy cream. Your muesli is now ready to serve, or you could drizzle individual servings with some honey, but I think it's sweet enough as it is.

      As for the yogurt, I find that Stoneyfield Farms plain, whole milk yogurt is the best. Cream is also delicious, but yogurt just seems healthier!

Muesli is a great after workout breakfast made up of whole grains, seeds, and nuts.

Another healthy cereal



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