22 Reviews

I had first had this at the Sheraton Suites complimentary breakfast and was hooked! This is a great, simple recipe that should be taken advantage of. I've made a few batches for myself and even more for my parents who can't get enough. I like adding raisens.

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Julie Pravitz September 18, 2003

This recipe was excellent. I'm always looking for new ways to give my family a variety of food. I found that finding new recipes and new ways to prepare things work really well. Before today I could never get my daughter to eat oats if it wasn't instant oatmeal, cookies or something if the sort. She loved this and I was very surprised. My oldest son asked to have it everyday. My two year old was reluctant to eat it at first because of the way it looked, but once he tasted a small amount his eyes lit up. He said " OOh mom that's good". I am very please with this recipe. I used a bit of vanilla, and more honey than stated with a mixed berry yogurt. I also put in some dried cranberries, banana, half an apple, blueberries and used pecans. I cant wait to try another variation. THANKS A LOT MARLI!!

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andersonk1002 March 06, 2008

This muesli is so good! It taste just like the one I buy at movenpic. I did not have any rolled oats so I instead used quick oats. It turned out great. I also used mixed berries yogurt flavor, put more honey and also added bananas. Thank you for the recipe, now I can have a healthy breakfast! UPDATE!!!: I did another version and it turned out even better: After combining the oats/milk/honey, I added about 3/4 cup of frozen blueberries. The morning after, I added raspberry yogurt, apples and fresh strawberries. It was so good!

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Sonia #2 February 05, 2007

*Marli* this is wonderful. I added a 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla to the mixture. I brought it to work and had it during break for breakfast. I had grapes and chopped apples with it the first time. It's wonderful because I just bring the individual yogurts to work and keep the container of Swiss Muesli to use on top. I roasted a cup of Hazelnuts and then chopped them up and sprinkle them on the top each day. Now all the girls are making this, they love it too! Everybody is sharing different fruits etc. for toppings. We also use walnuts for a variation. You might say that now we have a "Swiss Muesli" break! Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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Judy-Jude October 12, 2003

Grate the apples and mix with a couple of tablespoons of lemon juice (I actually purée a whole skinned lemon for this). Stir into the muesli and you have it all done ahead of time! No last minute prep. I also use yogurt instead of milk. Berries, frozen or fresh, and chopped walnuts, both added at serving time increase the "yummy index"!

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3carol June 25, 2015

This was a tasty way to mix up breakfast. Quick to prepare and I love that we can have it ready to go for a couple days. After tasting it, I added some cinnamon and loved that addition. Thanks for sharing this quick, easy,healthy, flexible and tasty recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview February 17, 2014

This is delicious and healthy! My husband and I went on a cruise and we had Muesli every morning for breakfast and I got addicted. This recipe tastes just like it, but possibly even better, especially since I always seem to be watching what I eat, I modified it slightly, used Unsweetened Almond milk (2 cups because I like mine milkier) a 1/2 teaspoon of double strength vanilla, and Non Fat honey Greek yogurt. I put raisins in mine to soak overnight so they get plump and it tastes just like the rice pudding recipe my mom makes only this is super healthy. In the morning I slice up bananas to put in it and I actually don't feel guilty for eating this. It's a great way to start the morning with an indulgence and keep me on track for the rest of the day and it makes for a satisfying dessert too,

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MrsAMDunn April 15, 2012

This was delicious! I was looking for a satisfying but no-cook dinner to get us through the hot weather, and this really hit the spot. I actually had it for dinner last night and again for breakfast this morning. I served it with nonfat vanilla yogurt over the top, sprinkled with raisins, almonds and cinnamon, just because those were the ingredients we had on hand and I didn't feel like braving the heat to go to the store.

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CookEatShare July 24, 2011

Have been making this a couple times a week and love it! Used almond milk and agave because that is what I had. Added dried cherries and whatever nuts I had on hand including walnuts, pecans or almonds. Sometimes added bananas or apples. Very versatile. I make extra and just have a bit each day and keep the rest in the fridge. Thanks for posting.

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JulieCooks December 14, 2010

LOVE IT! I eat this most mornings now before/after my run and add a tbsp of nuts (almonds/pecan/walnut) plus a sliced banana. And if I need some crunch, I add a little of a flake cereal with clusters, etc.

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nikki123 May 23, 2010
Swiss Muesli