Bircher Muesli Recipe
There are so many breakfast cereals to choose from, but beware of the amount of
sugar they contain. The best breakfast is still eggs – poached, boiled, scrambled –
however you like them, they are a really good source of protein that will help you to
feel satiated throughout the morning.
If you are more of a sweet breakfast fan then Bircher Muesli is also a great option.
And if you can’t be bothered to make you own muesli, just buy a good one (low in
sugar preferably) and soak it as instructed in the recipe – the soaking process helps
to break down the food and makes it easier to digest.
150 g rolled oats
75 g dried fruit – raisins, cranberries etc
25 g walnuts halves, chopped
1 tbsp pumpkin seeds
1 tbsp sunflower seeds
1 tbsp desiccated coconut
1 apple, grated
200 ml milk, orange juice or apple juice
natural yoghurt and fresh berries to serve
Mix together the oats, dried fruit, nuts and seeds and pour over the milk, or
juice (whichever you prefer) and leave in the fridge overnight.
When ready to eat, stir in the grated apple then divide between four bowls to
Let people help themselves to yoghurt and fresh fruit to serve.
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