Muesli is one of my favorite breakfast foods. It has been a favorite of mine ever since I discovered it during one of my visits at Healthy Options. Today I’m going to share how I prepare my muesli.
But before I share how I prepare muesli, let me give you some information about muesli. Muesli was created by a Swiss physician, Maximilian Bircher-Benner. It is a mixture of rolled oats, grains, fresh or dried fruits, seeds and nuts. I read that you could mix muesli with juice, milk or yogurt. I’ve tried mixing muesli with milk and yogurt but I prefer mixing it with milk.
Now for the fun part, let’s prepare muesli.
Chia seeds (optional)
Mason jar or container
1. Pour muesli in a container. I usually add 1/3 cups of muesli.
2. Add chia seeds. (optional)
3. Add milk. I use soy milk since I’m lactose intolerant.
4. Seal your container.
5. Refrigerate. (optional)
See how easy it is to prepare muesli? I let my muesli soak overnight before I eat it to soften it up. But you could definitely eat it right away after mixing all the ingredients. I think one should try it soaked and not soaked so you’ll know which version you prefer. You could also top your muesli with fresh fruits.
I buy my muesli either in Healthy Options or SM Supermarket. You could try Bob’s Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli. It’s the first one I tried and I got hooked ever since. If you’re tired of eating oatmeal and cereal, you should definitely try muesli.