Muesli

22 Sep Muesli

OVERNIGHT MUESLI

The key to muesli is to think about your breakfast the night before as it requires to be soaked overnight.  You’ll be consuming the oats, nuts and seeds in their raw state for better & easier absorption.  This recipe is chaulked full of fiber, protein, & EFA’s and promotes good bowel health. Get the Full Scoop on Poop here.

 

Dry Ingredients

2   c   large flake rolled oats (or spelt or kamut oats) use uncontaminated wheat free oats if sensitive to wheat/gluten although recent studies show good tolerance of oats in Celiacs

¼ c   ground flax seed

¼ c   chia seeds

¼ c   pumpkin seeds

¼ c   unsweetened coconut flakes

¼ c   walnuts, chopped

¼ c   raisins or dried fruit of choice (cranberries or apricots work well)

½ c   dates, pitted & chopped

1 tsp   cinnamon

 

Wet Ingredients

3/4 c  filtered water

1 c     almond or rice milk – optional, or additional water to cover to dry ingredients

¼ c   maple syrup

2        large apples, chopped

1/2 c  fresh berries – optional

 

What you do

  • Place all dry ingredients in a large size bowl and mix together (this mixture can be stored for a couple of weeks in an air tight container in your cupboard until ready to use)
  • When ready to use, pour enough water (and/or almond milk if using) over the mixture to cover it completely.  Incorporate wet & dry ingredients well, cover mixture & refrigerate overnight to eat in the morning. Single serve mason jars work great here or use a larger container if making enough for the family or if making a few servings to last a couple of days
  • When ready to consume in the morning, add maple syrup, chopped apples and/or fresh berries
  • The options of dry & wet ingredients are endless. Feel free to experiment and let us know what combo you love
Sharlene Styles
sharlene@PureNaturalHealth.ca
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