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Muesli created by Mia in Germany

An "adjusted" recipe for muesli. Original recipe from The Big Bean Cookbook uses wheat flakes - I'm gluten intolerant so I substitute the wheat flakes with quinoa flakes. Works great. This combination of seeds, grain flakes, nuts and dried fruits works well, but you can alter the balance of ingredients or substitute others, to your taste. Try brown rice flakes, millet flakes, oat flakes or corn flakes.

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  • Mix all ingredients together and store in an airtight container.
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"An "adjusted" recipe for muesli. Original recipe from The Big Bean Cookbook uses wheat flakes - I'm gluten intolerant so I substitute the wheat flakes with quinoa flakes. Works great. This combination of seeds, grain flakes, nuts and dried fruits works well, but you can alter the balance of ingredients or substitute others, to your taste. Try brown rice flakes, millet flakes, oat flakes or corn flakes."
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  1. Mia in Germany
    Muesli Created by Mia in Germany
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  2. Mia in Germany
    This is a very good muesli mix! I had to use rolled millet because gluten free oats are not available for me here, and I used the pecan option instead of the hazelnuts (personal preference). My dried apples look somewhat dark in the picture, I'm afraid the camera is not too reliable. But I like the taste a lot, specifically the dried coconut. Next time I think I'll roast the coconut, too, to enhance the flavour. The dried fruits are very filling, so you don't need too much of this to be completely full and satisfied.<br/>Will make this again - thanks for posting!<br/>Made for ZWT 7.
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  3. MissSuz
    A good recipe, but IF WISHING TO HAVE IT GLUTEN FREE, make sure oats are from a source designated as gluten-free (meaning produced in an environment in which other products containing gluten such as wheat or barley are NOT produced)and use the brown rice flakes because BARLEY IS NOT GLUTEN FREE.
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  4. kitty.rock
    An "adjusted" recipe for muesli. Original recipe from The Big Bean Cookbook uses wheat flakes - I'm gluten intolerant so I substitute the wheat flakes with quinoa flakes. Works great. This combination of seeds, grain flakes, nuts and dried fruits works well, but you can alter the balance of ingredients or substitute others, to your taste. Try brown rice flakes, millet flakes, oat flakes or corn flakes.
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