Muesli is a healthy and highly nutritious mix of oats, corn, oats or rye flakes, dried fruits and nuts, that thousands of people around the world add variety to their breakfasts.
How is muesli made?
Muesli recipes have a long tradition. The first author was probably the Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner, who in 1906 created the first muesli for his patients.
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Much has changed in the history of muesli since 1906. The recipes used today are much richer than those created a hundred years ago. The number of products we use to make muesli continues to grow. We have not only flakes, various nuts or sweets and dried fruit from around the world, but also modern tools that allow us to prepare muesli at home.
There are many uses for muesli. The recipe for a delicious breakfast, which is muesli with milk or yogurt, is not enough! Muesli (recipe provided below) is perfect as an addition to cakes and salads, or as a cake topping.
Find out about our muesli recipe
1. Baked muesli with honey and fruit
- 7 cups oatmeal
- 1 cup walnuts
- 1 cup cashews
- 1 cup hazelnuts
- 1 cup almonds
- 1 cup oil
- 1 cup honey
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 cup sesame seeds
- 1 cup mixed dried fruit (if you prefer, we offer raisins, figs, bananas, and pineapples)
Chop the nuts and mix with the oatmeal and cinnamon. Heat the oil in a large skillet and add honey to it – mix well, then add the flake mixture and mix well again. We divide the prepared petals into two parts. Place 1 piece on a baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes in an oven preheated to 170 degrees. Mix the flakes on the baking sheet every 5 minutes. Once cooked, cool. We mix both halves of the petals, add dried fruit and sesame. We mix and it’s ready!
2. Muesli “fast”
- 1 cup wheat bran
- 1 cup oatmeal
- 1 cup rye flakes
- 1 cup corn flakes
- 2 cups dried fruit
- 1 cup peanuts
- 3 tablespoons sunflower seeds
- 1 tablespoon pumpkin seeds
Mix all the products – perhaps, larger ones can be divided into small pieces. Store in tightly closed container.