Breakfast from a jar tastes better
For two jars of muesli;
Around 1900 the Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner developed for patients in his hospital a healthy meal called ´muesli´. I read he was inspired by a breakfast his wife and he ate during a hike in the Swiss Alps. Since then many adaptations of his recipe have followed and this is one of my versions. I use it as a base recipe and sometimes add other fresh or dried fruit (e.g. banana, apricots). It’s a nice breakfast to eat at home or to take with you on a picnic.
The night before mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Then grate the apple and add it to the mixture together with all the other wet ingredients. At the end, when the mixture is well combined, add the frozen blueberries and stir gently a few times. The blueberries will give a nice hint of pink colour to the muesli. Divide the muesli between two jars and keep it in the fridge overnight.
The next day the muesli is ready to eat. Add some toppings to your liking (pictured with dried mulberries).
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