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DIY Muesli

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by Bamzi1, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. Thank you for the tip Celticqueen
    I have been looking for healthy breakfast cereals. Porriage does get tiresome[​IMG]
  2. I found bought muesli too sweet and I'm not keen on dried fruit in muesli so I began making my own. I use jumbo oats, rye flakes, barley flakes, spelt, flaked almonds, hazlenuts, pecans, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds and toast it until the almonds begin to colour. I usually eat it just with milk but sometimes add fresh fruit or cooked fruit, a summer berry mixture or stewed rhubarb in which case yoghurt works well.
  3. Good to know - I too hate coconut or chocolate in muesli!
    Happily I have a lot of bits in the hutch, so I have time before I need to buy more bits. In this weather I am still eating porridge, with chopped apple and/or sweet mixed spice!

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