How To Make A Homemade Muesli Cereal – A Healthy Breakfast Guide

Posted On December 8, 2016 | Filed Under How To Make A Homemade Muesli Cereal

How To Make A Homemade Muesli Cereal

Good news!

Breakfast is the most essential meal of the day – It helps maintain our metabolism at a steady pace, and prevents unwanted body-fat. Breakfast may be low on your priorities but taking some time to eat breakfast daily really makes an impact. When we talk about breakfast consumption, we mean healthy eating. Healthy breakfast helps with ones weight management, controlling blood sugar levels, and boosting your energy levels throughout the day. Breakfast cereals are generally a good source of B Vitamins, fibre & iron.

Unfortunately, some ready-made breakfast cereals found on grocery store shelves come highly processed and contain added fats, salts, additives & sugars which can lead to increased body fat, high blood pressure, and irregular blood sugar levels.

More good news:

Investing in a small amount of time to prepare yourself a homemade Muesli has many health benefits. This Muesli variation not only comes packed with vitamins and minerals, but will actually save you money, excess sugars, additives, fats & Calories.

Our Muesli cereal is defiantly a healthy option for breakfast, rich in nutrients such as iron, fibre, B vitamins, & calcium. This homemade alternative demonstrated in the video hands you a low-fat, low sugar and low GI alternative in comparison to grocery store options available.

Also, remember this meal can of course be consumed any time during the day/night, and not just for breakfast. Muesli can easily be prepared at home and this video tutorial elaborates the easiest way to make your Muesli cereal in just a minute or two.

Ingredients Needed To Make A Homemade Muesli Cereal Are:

  • Half a cup of porridge oats (High fibre & Iron)

  • Two Brazil nuts (Daily recommended selenium intake)

  • One Heaped tablespoon of sunflower seeds (High in Zinc, iron & calcium)

  • 40/80 Grams of dried, pitted prunes & dried apricots (Good source of vitamin C & Magnesium)

  • Low fat Milk (Rich with calcium)

  • One tbsp Chia seeds (High In Fibre) Optional

  • Hemp tbsp seeds (Great Protein Source) Optional

Method To Prepare:

Step-by-step guide.

Take a bowl and add the porridge oats. Break the Brazil nuts in small pieces, making them easily consumable. Add the broken Brazil nuts, seeds, dried fruits then mix well. Add some low-fat milk and enjoy –  You can try using hemp or almond milk if preferred, or have dairy intolerances. Some people also add fresh fruits instead of dry fruits or both. It totally depends on your taste and eating preferences.

This homemade Muesli cereal contains around 320 calories. The video itself reveals details required to gain some new found information about Muesli, and healthy eating. This is a guide to educate yourself on healthy eating choices, the health benefits of it, a method to prepare it and also some tips to make adaptions to your choice.

The added bonuses that Muesli can provide your body with maybe better experienced when you are feeling more energized, alert and more active throughout the day. And not feeling tired and laxness after enjoying a nutritious breakfast such as a bowl of Muesli.

Muesli (Homemade) would be a fantastic choice for a healthy breakfast to start the day, but try using other “Real food” healthy breakfast choices during alternate days of the week to avoid boredom and increase variety to promote an all around healthy diet.

It gets better:

Also, why not try adding some chia seeds for increased fibre content, that should help reduce the risks of stomach cancers, and hemp seeds for increased protein content that will of course help us preserve, and make gains in lean muscle tissue. another recommendation would be to make a bulk at each time. Try making several bowls at once, and keep it stored in an air tight container. Enjoy!

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