Breakfast Bircher Muesli with Cinnamon, Honey and Grapes

Breakfast Bircher Muesli with Cinnamon, Honey and Grapes

If your like me and give the snooze button a workout before rolling out of bed in the morning, then listen up. There is a way to enjoy a delicious breakfast in the morning, without having to do ANYTHING. And by anything, I mean anything in the morning…. By putting away 5 minutes of your time the night before, whether it be between TV commercial breaks, facebook profile creeps, or ab crunches it will be well worth it come morning time.

“Grapes of all colors – red, black and green – are a natural source of beneficial antioxidants and otherpolyphenols. One serving of grapes contains only 90 calories and is a good source of potassium and vitamin K.”

Muesli is my usual go to in the morning, see recipe for Toasted Muesli with Nuts, Seeds and Dates, though Bircher muesli is great to keep things interesting. To make Bircher muesli you could use any muesli and soak it in yoghurt and milk/milk alternative overnight, but sometimes…. the muesli runs out. So grab your oats and get making.

Breakfast Bircher Muesli with Cinnamon, Honey and Grapes
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Recipe for Breakfast Bircher Muesli with Cinnamon, Honey and Grapes

Serves 1 tired human
Recipe by Rachel
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Time To Finish: minimum 5 hours

Ingredients for Breakfast Bircher Muesli with Cinnamon, Honey and Grapes

1/3 cup rolled oats
1/3 cup natural organic yoghurt
1/4 cup organic soy or almond milk
1/2 tbsp. raisins or chopped dates
1/2 tbsp. dried blueberries
1/2 tbsp. coconut flakes
1/2 tbsp. chia seeds
1/2 tbsp. flaxseeds
1/2 tsp. honey
sprinkle of cinnamon
small handful of grapes, halved.

Method for Breakfast Bircher Muesli with Cinnamon, Honey and Grapes

Combine all ingredients except for the grapes into your favourite breakfast bowl. You want the mixture to be slightly runny, not too thick.

Cover and let sit in your fridge overnight.

I like to top mine with grape halves. They are especially great this time of year and add a nice freshness to the dish. When grapes aren’t in season, a sliced half a banana would do the trick.


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