Healthy Breakfast Muesli 

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By making your own muesli, you can choose your favourite grains, seeds, nuts and fruit, and can change according to any taste preferences or intolerance you might have. Soaking the muesli helps to soften the grains and can also be done in water, dairy-free milk or yogurt for a less sweet version.
Only takes 5 minutes to make plus overnight soaking. All ready for your morning start.

150g/5 half oz -rolled oats – or buckwheat, rice or millet flakes
225ml/8 fl oz - apple juice (other options - water or milk)
1 - apple, grated
125ml/4 fl oz - natural yogurt
75 g/23/4 oz - sunflower seeds
50 g/13/4 oz - pumpkin seeds
90 g/31/4 oz - shelled hazelnuts, roughly chopped
1- punnet of blackberries or other berries (can buy frozen)
2 - plums or apricots, stoned and sliced

1. Put the oats and apple juice (or fluid of your choice) in a bowl and mix well, cover and refrigerate overnight.

2. To serve, remove oats from the fridge and mix in the grated apple, fruit, nuts, seeds and yogurt, divide between 4 bowls and top with berries of your choice.

Servings: 4

Notes: Diabetic option - replace apple juice with water or milk.

Special Diet: Vegetarian, Low Sodium, Low Fat, High Protein, High Fibre, Low Calorie, High Omega Fats, Diabetic - Low Carb

Category: Breakfast

Submitted By: OK In Health

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