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I loved this! This was easy to make, and a delicious start to my day. I used blueberries and raspberries since I had these on hand. Thanks for sharing!
This is a very good muesli which DD (toddler) and I enjoyed. I loved the cardamom flavour in it. I always soak my muesli for less time than overnight! I used a few whole fresh cardamom seeds straight out of the pod as I was lazy to grind them. I made homemade almond milk to replace the skim milk as we do not buy milks. I used apple juice, currants, creamed honey, no dried pear as I didn't have any on hand so I just left it out, walnuts in place of hazelnuts for the same reason, Balkan (thick) yogurt, halal vanilla paste, plus the rest of the ingredients. I may make this again and I'd like to try it with the hazelnuts. Made for ZWT7 Switzerland, for my team Food.Commandos
This was an absolutely wonderful muesli, well worth the prep time! The "sauce" and berries over the softened oats is just divine. Usually I soak my muesli overnight, but an hour worked just as well. I mixed it up, did my yoga, and then came up for breakfast-perfect! I used currants and golden raisins, and 3 fresh dates as I didn't have pears. I subbed agave nectar for honey, and only 1/2 Tbsp in the sauce since I used sweetened strawberry (soy) yogurt. Finally, to top it off I had defrosted blueberries and raspberries. I can already see this on the menu next weekend! Thank you so much!
Breakfast this morning. DH actually enjoyed it and was surprised as he doesn't normally like "cold" cereal. It is very tasty, easy to put togther and lends itself to variety. I did not have dried pears or hazelnuts so I used chopped apricots and walnuts. Left off the vanilla and extra honey and used vanilla yogurt. Topped it off with just the strawberries because I had probably gone a little over on the apricots. Thanks Sharon, I am always looking for new healthy ways to prepare breakfast.