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Bircher muesli

Anyone got a receipe for this?
Can I buy a pack in co op or migros? I have a fondness for
it since I arrived!!!
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Re: Bircher muesli

Buy it as bircher muesli with yoghurt at Coop, Migros, Denner, buy the "cereal" at those stores or make it yourself? Easy recipe.

Love it as well!
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Re: Bircher muesli

4 tbsp oats
1tbsp sliced almonds
1tbsp pumpkin seeds
1 tbsp raisins
200g natural yoghurt
1/2 an apple, grated
chunk of carrot, grated
1/2 a banana, sliced
Handful of frozen berries (I use blueberries and raspberries)
1tbsp honey
1/2 to 3/4 tbsp lemon juice

You can alter the amounts of ingredients to taste, leave some out if you wish. I used a basic recipe and added extra fruits, nuts and seeds.

Have fun and enjoy!

Edit. Serves one (generously) or two.
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Re: Bircher muesli

My hubby makes his own BM.
He makes a big bowl full that sits in the fridge and keeps us going for most of the week. it doesn't need to be fresh everyday, it improves with age

Into a 2 liter bowl grate 1 apple (unpeeled) we prefer Braeburn.
Then add 2 large handfuls of Migros Bio Reddy Birchermuesli Berries mix and stir into the apple.
Next throw in some sultanas - only if you like them
Next add 1 large tub 500g of Migros mixed berry or other flavour - stir again.
Then put a mug full of [still] frozen mixed forest berries - stir again and then add enough milk to make it quite a sloppy mixture - it will thicken a lot overnight. This part needs and a bit of experimentation and tinkering to personal taste.

Cover and put in the fridge overnight.
The next day to will be very thick or solid and this is the time to add more milk/yogurt/orange juice (if you like it less sweet) to loosen it up, give it a good stir.
Scoop into a bowl and enjoy!!

The remainder will last 4-5 days in the fridge, but it wont thicken any more.

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