Gluten free Muesli

Gluten free Muesli

“Muesli and granola, what is the difference?”

Gluten free Muesli with seeds and nuts. This Muesli is really quick and easy to make. When you really have limited time in the morning you only have to add this muesli to your breakfast.

I make Granola really often, but I had never made Muesli before. Muesli and Granola, what is the difference? Muesli is raw and Granola is roasted, that is the main difference. The Muesli is really easy to make by just mixing all ingredients. You make Granola in the same way, the only difference is that afterwards you need to roast it in the oven. It takes a bit longer, but is also really delicious. I never made Muesli myself and always buy the organic, sugar free Muesli from the supermarket. I love it in a porridge with warm almond milk. Funny actually that I had never made it before, but now the moment was there to finally try it.

This morning I went to the store and looked for all kinds of delicious things to add to the Muesli to make it even more tasty.

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Amount:                Approximately 300 grams

Special Products:

  • Mixing Bowl
  • Airtight Jar

         Egg free        Gluten free        Lactose free   No refined       100% organic   Vegan                                                                                                                    sugars                 ingredients                                                                                                                                   added



  • 200 grams gluten free oatmeal
  • 20 grams sunflower seeds
  • 10 grams grated coconut
  • 15 grams flaxseed
  • 20 grams chia seed
  • 75 grams raisins
  • 20 grams cashews (unsalted)

How to make it?

Put the oatmeal in a mixing bowl. Add the sunflower seeds, grated coconut, flaxseed and chia seed to it and mix the ingredients. If you want to add other ingredients that is possible as well.

Chop the nuts as small as you like and add to the bowl. At last add the raisins and mix the ingredients properly.

You can now enjoy the Muesli, you can keep the Muesli for 1-2 weeks in an airtight jar.

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