By UmmBinat on May 03, 2010
Photo by Debbie R.
Photo by Debbie R.
"This is my favorite müsli (uncooked style) and it only takes 30 minutes and is quite healthy. I recommend using organic produce."
Serving Size: 1 (226 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"A lovely delightful breakfast and soooo filling too. I used Yoplait blueberry yogurt and also for my fruit I cut up a fresh peach. Added in a bunch of home-made granola in place of the slivered almonds..(my granola has slivered almonds included) and boy oh boy...yummy!!!!
Made for Vegetarian Tag in KK's forum~"
"Great, healthy breakfast. This was my first attempt at making/eating musli. It was delicious and super easy to make, too! I had to omit the raisins because I didn't have any. I loved the hint of cinnamon and the bit of sweetness from the honey. Thank you."
"Stunningly delicious. I have been wanting to try musli for years but never got around to it. I figure there had to be a reason why so many in Germany, etc., liked it. Now I see why. It's filling; the fresh fruit has great little bursts of, well, freshness that I would never have imagined could be that good. It's always been dried fruit for me. I didn't have Balkan yogurt, so I just used light vanilla yogurt, figuring that it wouldn't need any honey due to the sweetener. Also had to substitute walnuts for the almonds. Still fantastic. ZWT6"
"I just enjoyed this for breakfast and it's delicious! I used soy yogurt so it was completely cholesterol free. Although shredding the fruit made a great end result, I might just chop them next time so it's faster and easier to clean up afterwards."
"I uI halved the recipe and threw in some fresh apricot and a little blueberry sauce. I did add a little almond milk because I used Greek yogurt and it needed a little more moisture. Great breakfast! Made for ZWT#7 by a fellow Food.Commando!"
"Very satisfying breakfast. I will be making this quite often from now on, so simple and tasty. Thanks for sharing your recipe."