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Glad I came across this recipe in my browsing...reminds me that I can choose to eat my morning cereal raw instead of always cooking it. And so it's a good alternative and very handy when time crunching in the mornings to just prepare it the night before (and then it's just apples to deal with in the morning). I throw raw sunflower seeds into the mix and let them soak in the brew as well. I've enjoyed this with cut up dried figs, a touch of vanilla extract, or 1 tbsp of maple syrup. Plain yogurt stirred into this is good, and I like a tbsp of wheat germ and a bit of ground flax seed too. Thank you for posting!

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woodland hues November 10, 2006

I enjoyed this version of muesli. It sure made for a healthy start to my day. I particularly liked the freshly cut apple and the raw sunflower seeds. Thank you!

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LifeIsGood April 15, 2011

I so enjoyed this! Definitely reminds me of Bircher Muesli I had many times in Switzerland, but have never attempted to make at home. This was just so easy and on a day like today when I had zero time to make anything even close to nutritious for myself, this was PERFECT! I ended up having it for lunch, and was so short on time I didn't bother with the apple, but I bet that would be good. I added a bit of maple syrup and pumpkin seeds to the overnight mixture, instead of sunflower seeds. Delish! Thanks for this great find!

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magpie diner January 29, 2011

This is a wonderful idea...i had never heard of anything like it. A serving holds me over for hours and hours, and my husband too...and that's saying something.

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septemberhippie June 15, 2009

This was good - and super easy to make! I added a spoonful of craisins, wheat germ and ground flax and omitted the sunflower seeds as I did not have them on hand. I also didn't have soymilk, so I used organic lowfat milk and added a splash of vanilla to that. This was very filling - I could only eat about half of it, but I am not a big eater in the morning :). Thanks for posting - made for Spring PAC 2008.

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Sweet Diva May 02, 2008

This was really good! I just followed the recipe except to use a small red delicious apple because that's what I had on hand. I'll definitely have this again! Thanks! Reviewed for Healthy Choice ABC Tag.

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mliss29 April 17, 2008

Great! So easy to make and tasty. I added dried prunes and apricots and it was a great breakfast. I made it for PAC and I'm so glad I did that. Thanks for sharing!

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katia October 09, 2006

This recipe was really simple to prepare and tasted great! I mixed dried apples and pears with the raisins and had delicious results!

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fresh fanatic September 13, 2006
Overnight Oatmeal (Muesli)