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Thursday, 8 September 2016

Healthy bircher muesli

Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day and I'm also looking for new, healthy, tasty recipe to start off my day. For a healthy and balanced diet it's important to switch up you're meals. You get different nutritions every day and it's much easier to keep on going with your healthy eating if you having some nice every day. I really love this recipe because bircher muesli is full of healthy nutritions - fruits, oats, milk, raisins - so good for you and all healthy and natural. It keeps me full for so long because it's high in fiber (because of the oats) and also had fat and carbs in it. We need all of this. I hope you like this recipe as much as I need. Tell me if you're tried and loved it :3

You will need for one portion:
  • one apple
  • 120ml of soy milk (or any other kind of milk)
  • 40g of oats (not the soft ones)
  • one tbsp of chia seeds (optional - you can also add another 5g of oats)
  • 30g of raisins
  • 100g of soy quark / yoghurt (or any other kind of yoghurt)
  • one peach (optional - or any other kind of fruit or berry)
  • two tablespoons of maple syrup


You need to preper this on the night before you plan to eat this because the oats need to soak in the milk. You need to grate the apple first and put all the ingredients together into a bowl. The grated apple, the milk, the oats, the raisins, the chia seed (if you have some, if not, add 5-10g extra oats) and one tablespoon of maple syrup. Mix it together until everything is one whole mixture. The milk has to be mixed in really good because the oats needs to soak in the milk. Put the bowl into your fridge and if possible put something on top of the bowl to cover it.

On the next day you can make your breakfast :) Put the quark or yoghurt into a nice and pretty bowl and put the bircher muesli on top. Now you can add any fruit or berries you like and put it on top the muesli. I added a peach. Last but not least, you can put a teaspoon or a tablespoon of maple syrup on top and you're finished. It's a really healthy, and really filling breakfast. All natural and all healthy. And if you're using soy milk and soy yoghurt like I do - it's vegan :)


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