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Muesli Cereal

February 18, 2012

A couple of weeks ago I wrote  “Healthy Pancakes worth the Calories“. Which was about adding Muesli/Musli as an ingredients to make the pancake fibrous. It darn on to me after writing that post that some people might not know what musli was and that I should of wrote an introduction to it than the recipe post. Therefore I just would like to give you a quick run down of Musli. Sorry about this post being late. My router crash on me and finally had time to buy a new one today.

musli

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Musli is a popular breakfast cereal based on uncooked rolled oats, fruit and nuts. It was developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner for patients in his hospital. It is available as a packaged dry form, or it can be made fresh also gluten free.

Muesli is a loose mixture of mainly rolled oats and/or cornflakes together with various pieces of dried fruit, nuts, and seeds. It commonly contains other rolled cereal grains such as wheat or rye flakes as well. There are many varieties, some of which may also contain honey, spices, or chocolate. This dry packaged muesli can be stored for many months. It can be served quickly after mixing it with milk, yogurt, coffee, hot chocolate, fruit juice, or even just plain water. If desired, pieces of fresh fruit may be added. Alternatively, the mix may be soaked overnight in milk and then served with fresh fruit or compote to taste.

Wiki

Muesli is one of the healthiest breakfast cereal because it contains all the need of a good diet such as fruits, fiber, protein and calcium therefore it gives you the full benefit of a breakfast/snack or meal eating muesli equals in eating 2 fruits and all the needed protein and fiber for the rest of the day.

Where can you find it? In the cereal isle of your store. Some musli are higher in calorie depending on the content of what is in the bag. Please check the calorie content if your looking into loosing weight. I hope you all are having a great week! Looking forward to talk about food in two more weeks! Have a great one!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. February 18, 2012 6:11 pm

    Just on your recommendation alone I may try it!

  2. February 19, 2012 8:00 pm

    The Muesli sounds good and like something I eat. But it seems too healthy to taste good…and I eat healthy stuff. I will try it if you say it tastes that good. Good Luck!

    • February 20, 2012 11:04 am

      Thank you Andy, I know you will like it. I eat it sometime as is, with milk, quark, baking, and making my own granola bars. A little goes a long way and will get you full believe me. So please don’t pour in a big bowl or you would be wasting it. A baby/child size bowl is suffice.

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