Cinnamon Homemade Muesli

Cinnamon Homemade Muesli created by Sharon123

This is from a pamphlet by Sanitarium called "Eat to prevent cancer", thought it sounded yum! *LSA is a combination of ground linseeds, sunflower seed and almonds, available in the health food section of the supermarket. It’s perfect sprinkled on cereal or yoghurt, and can be used in muffin and cake recipes. Store leftover LSA in a sealed container in the freezer.

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directions

  • Place all ingredients into a mixing bowl. Stir to combine.
  • Transfer muesli to an airtight container for storage.
  • Lightly shake container before serving the muesli.
  • Serve with chilled soy or dairy milk.
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"This is from a pamphlet by Sanitarium called "Eat to prevent cancer", thought it sounded yum! *LSA is a combination of ground linseeds, sunflower seed and almonds, available in the health food section of the supermarket. It’s perfect sprinkled on cereal or yoghurt, and can be used in muffin and cake recipes. Store leftover LSA in a sealed container in the freezer."
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  1. Sharon123
    Cinnamon Homemade Muesli Created by Sharon123
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  2. Sharon123
    This was good and healthy! I gan't get LSA here so used flax seed, almonds and sunflower seeds and ground them up in my coffee grinder. I served with almond milk and had a great breakfast! I did half the recipe. Thanks Mandy! Made for the Australian Swap-Oct. 2009.
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  3. Mandy
    This is from a pamphlet by Sanitarium called "Eat to prevent cancer", thought it sounded yum! *LSA is a combination of ground linseeds, sunflower seed and almonds, available in the health food section of the supermarket. It’s perfect sprinkled on cereal or yoghurt, and can be used in muffin and cake recipes. Store leftover LSA in a sealed container in the freezer.
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