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Coconut-Green Apple Muesli Coconut-Green Apple Muesli. Optional garnishes. Directions. In a medium bowl, whisk the coconut yogurt and milk with the orange juice, honey, cinnamon and salt. Serves: 4 | Serving Size: About 1 cup.

Coconut-Green Apple Muesli Muesli is a cold porridge of oats, fruit and milk or yogurt that softens in the fridge overnight. However, don’t be fooled by this humble dish. Something magical happens while the muesli sits in the fridge over time, turning the oats into a soft, creamy and satisfying breakfast. 8 ounces coconut water (or use unsweetened coconut milk* or almond milk) 1 large Fuji apple, cored.

1 pear, cored. 1 tablespoon shredded or shaved coconut (unsweetened) 1 scoop plant-based protein powder (I use NutriBiotic vegan rice. Bircher Muesli is filled with wholesome ingredients like rolled oats, fresh apples, nuts, and seeds. Made overnight, this Swiss oatmeal recipe is a healthy and easy breakfast that’s full of flavor and texture.

Bircher muesli. These Spiced Apple Coconut Muffins are destined to become one of my new favorite muffins! We started with a basic glazed apple crumb muffin recipe found here, but changed up the flavors by swapping in Chinese five-spice powder instead of cinnamon, and coconut milk instead of regular milk – flavors that are all wonderfully complementary to the apples.

Coconut-Green Apple Muesli. by MyFitnessPal’s Recipes February 8, 2020. 4.25/5 (4) Active time: 20 minutes Total time: 20 minutes Muesli is a cold porridge of oats, fruit and milk or yogurt that softens in the fridge overnight. However, don’t be fooled by this humble dish. 1 crisp apple, such as Pink Lady or Honeycrisp, cored and cut into matchsticks; 1/2 teaspoon togarashi spice mix (optional) Directions Heat oven to 350°F (180ºC). Place almonds on a rimmed baking sheet and toast 8–10 minutes, tossing once or twice, until fragrant.

Spread. Mother’s Day is the perfect excuse to have breakfast in bed. Treat mom to one of these healthy recipes that feel extra luxe when served on a tray.

Getting enough fiber in your diet is key for aiding weight loss, boosting heart health and protecting against diseases like Type-2 diabetes. The daily recommended intake for fiber is 25–35 grams from sources such as fruits, vegetable. To take the Rockport test, wear appropriate walking gear, bring a stopwatch and heart-rate monitor and visit a track, whether it’s at your gym or behind the local high school.On a standard, 400-meter track, four laps equals 1 mile.

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If you can’t find muesli without sugar, use muesli with sugar and reduce the brown sugar in the recipe to 1½ teaspoons.

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from The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You’ll Ever Want to Make
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Instead try muesli, made with grains, nuts, and dried fruit, with less fat and added sugars.

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This fresh juice recipe is a miraculous gift from the wild Earth available for about a two-week window each spring, when the wild green oats mature into their milky oat tops.

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In the morning add the fruit (dice the apple or banana) and mix it into the muesli.

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In the morning, pour organic whole milk into a bowl with the muesli and top with loads of fresh seasonal fruit and a sprinkle of salt (yes, salt—it brings out the flavors).

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(If you can’t find muesli without sugar, muesli with sugar added will work; reduce the brown sugar in the recipe to 1 tablespoon.)

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find muesli without sugar, muesli with sugar added will work; reduce the brown sugar in the recipe to 1 tablespoon.)

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For muesli, sprinkle the oat mixture with the brown sugar; for granola, drizzle it with honey or syrup.

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If you’re new to muesli, the texture can take some getting used to, but it’s so addictive you’ll soon wish for it every morning.

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Melt butter in a medium saucepan, add muesli and syrup, stirring over a medium heat for about 5 minutes or until mixture thickens and is dark golden brown.

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  • My wife prefers to make stuff like this at home from scratch! She just made this and it was delicious! Better than buying take out and you have no clue whats in it or if someone has licked it. Thank you for sharing!!!

  • common dude really don’t say this shit healthy u put something healthy (oats) into a whole bunch of sugar and butter smh this is a CLICK BAIT

  • use earth balance butter / oil = and use some coconut oil = use apple sauce and apple cider also = it will be not quite as bad = but = = if ya want something more healthy = go eat ya some asparagus = this is suppose to be desert = i also put raisins and almonds in mine = it makes it just a wee bit better and healthier = and stop griping about every thing = its not healthy!! hahahaha

  • Okay here’s how you make a real healthy one:

    Cut the apple in the same way, put them in the pan and if they’re bitter apples, add a table spoon of maple or honey to cut the bitterness (but I usually don’t and it’s fine and then add about 4-9 tablespoons of water to the pan depending on if the apples dry up during cooking. The about will produce their own syrup when they are cooked, now add cinnamon and nutmeg to the apples as they did, now you’re done with the apples. I would suggest if you don’t want to use butter, use milk and eggs for the moisture to bind the crumble together

  • Does anyone know how many calories this has in it for one serving. And I’m on a vegan diet and does this have to much carbohydrates in it?

  • Healthy man added half a pack of sugar and corn starch?!? Is the corn starch added to make it rise? Let’s hope that his health remains intact. We do love our sugar don’t we.

  • Oh also, wat eva fruit i got lyin around goin little old, il stew that with it like yellow peach, nashi pears, do u guys get nashi pears??

  • I just wanted to say that I am in love with your channel! not only are the recipes great but also the videos are very nice and happy which are not that easy to find in cooking channels nowadays! keep the nice work:)

  • Yum! I make mine with a mix of live bio yoghurt and milk. It feels like eating dessert for breakfast it’s so tasty. Sometimes we even put raw cacao powder in too and leave it sit overnight. With the chia seeds, yoghurt, milk and cacao it’s like a chocolate pudding in the morning. And sooo healthy. Who wouldn’t want to eat guilt free pudding? Sign me in!

  • Hi! Muesli should be soaked at room temperature so that the good bacteria that support our gut flora can develop. The best muesli is made with whole-grains which are freshly ground and mixed with water immediately because otherwise they oxidize with air just like apples.
    These home-made oats should be soaked only 30 min. otherwise they get a bit bitter. They must be soaked because they contain a substance which can’t be digested well otherwise.
    The oats bought at the supermarket lose a lot of their great properties within a month because they are processed and pasteurized so that their shelf-life is longer.
    Other grains like wheat, barley, buckwheat etc. need being soaked from 5-12 hours.
    Dried fruits and syrup contain a lot of sugar with might give some digestive problems to some people since it makes fresh fruits ferment.
    I got a lot of useful information on this topic by reading books by the German doctor Max Bruker that also promoted the work of doctor Bircher Benner and his sons.
    He was adamant in repeating the above mentioned rules because he had seen some patients having problems when they used dry and fresh fruits or fresh fruits and sugar together. Instead of milk, he used cream but I think almond milk is fine too.
    Like doctor Bircher, he could cure many terminal patients. His books are simple and amazing.

  • Nadia! I loooove all your recipes. Every fortnight Wednesdays (I try anyway) to incorporate one of your meals. They are so delicious and it makes me feel so much more healthy. Also, interesting fact. Did you know that almond isn’t actually a nut? It’s a seed/drupe. My son has allergies to nuts, but not almond. He loves almond milk too

  • Sounds weird but cook some white rice and mix in a bit of milk, a drop of vanilla, and cinnamon. Add these apples and it’s like rice pudding!

  • Would you look at all these motherfuckers commenting about how unhealthy a dessert is. Shut up everybody and just get back to the kitchen. If you don’t want this recipe, then make a goddamned sandwich.

  • Ha! You forgot icecream! Esp for brekki its healthy already a little creamy dairy wont hurt! An then w at a way to start day! Walnuts soun awsom an cant w ait to sneak som lemon juice on there again more healthy!

  • I just made this except I used coconut sugar and half cup for the whole recipe. SO GOOD! Very rich tasting. I think I may even try slightly less sugar next time just to see how it turns out. Great recipe!

  • Oats are high in Beta Glucan. Its very good for us. Sprinkle raw oats on your food. A great way to lower cholestorol and promote brain and heart health for the smokers.

  • This is exactly the sort of thing we don’t cook enough at my house. That changes tonight, because I’m doing this. Looks awesome.