Healthy Muesli Breakfast Bowl

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Healthy Muesli Breakfast Bowl
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Muesli Breakfast Bowl - #muesli #granola #recipe #eatwell101 - Stir together a batch of this no-bake raspberry muesli recipe for an easy and healthy breakfast or snack. You'll love this muesli bowl!

Muesli Breakfast Bowl Recipe – A filling and nutritious breakfast idea to enjoy any day of the week! This healthy muesli breakfast bowl recipe is filled with oats, nuts, fresh raspberries, blueberries, and milk. The best muesli recipe that’s ready in no time when you need it; it’s tasty, fresh, easy, and filling for those who like to be satisfied but not weighted down at breakfast. Enjoy!

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Ingredients list for the muesli breakfast bowl recipe

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The best muesli breakfast bowl recipe

This muesli breakfast bowl is full of fiber and other nourishing ingredients that keep you going without feeling heavy. You’ll love how this muesli breakfast is simple, healthy, and delicious! Muesli is generally made with rolled oats, sunflower seeds, crushed nuts, and other high-fiber ingredients. Make your muesli by mixing rolled oats with nuts and fruits, or you can find your favorite muesli brand in most grocery stores.

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What is the difference between muesli and granola?

Muesli and granola are the same ingredients – a base of rolled oats mixed with other grains, nuts, and dried fruits. But unlike muesli, granola is sweetened and baked. Thus, granola forms crunchy clusters while muesli is more homogenous in texture. You can enjoy muesli hot or cold, while granola is most often eaten cold or like a snack.

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1. To make the berry muesli bowl: Simply top milk with muesli and raspberries, add a drizzle of honey if you like, and serve immediately. Enjoy! ❤️

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Tips for the muesli breakfast bowl recipe

  • Feel free to sub other berries: blackberries, strawberries, etc…
  • If you’d like a more substantial breakfast bowl, add slices of banana to the mix!
  • Think that raspberries bring some sweetness already, but you can use any sweetener you like in addition: honey, agave syrup, brown sugar, or maple.
  • If fresh raspberries are not available, frozen raspberries will work fine.
  • You can also add chia seeds to your muesli breakfast bowl.

How to meal prep the muesli bowl?

Mixed raspberry and muesli breakfast bowls are an excellent option for morning meal prep! Add berries and muesli into glass containers and store them in the refrigerator. Add milk or Greek yogurt when needed!

Is muesli, milk, and berries healthy?

Yes! Milk (or Greek yogurt) with raspberries, blueberries, and muesli can be healthy! However, keep the sugar content in check. Look for plain milk (not flavored with vanilla nor sweetened). We also like to use plain greek yogurt and then add a touch of honey. Also, check if the muesli you buy is not full of dried fruit because it adds a lot of sugar to the mix without noticing it.

Is muesli better than oats?

Muesli is generally better than simple rolled oats or steel-cut oats because it has more variety! Muesli is oats with nuts and seeds added in. Make sure you buy muesli with no added sugars for the best health benefits!

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