This muesli is really delicious. I made this on Sunday night before bed, and followed the recipe exactly except I halved the recipe, only making 3 servings since I wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy it. I have now enjoyed it two mornings in a row, and I love the pineapple in here; I would have never thought to marry pineapple and oatmeal together but it works wonderfully. I only added a tiny bit of honey since I wanted to keep the sugar count a little lower, but I didn't really miss the extra sweetness. It keeps me full until right around lunchtime which is always a plus. You should definitely try this as a cold and filling alternative to your regualr boring oatmeal!
From EatingWell: September 1997
Soaking oats and fruit in yogurt is how muesli is traditionally made. A great make-ahead breakfast if you're pressed for time in the morning but still want a healthy start to your day. Serve with sliced fruit and toasted nuts.
2 Reviews for Overnight Muesli
I use the base of 1 cup of yogurt to 2 cups oats provided in this recipe and add blueberries (1/2 c) and diced apple (1 small). I used 1tbs of molasses for sweetener (trying to use it up), honey is great though too. Its great to make ahead, and even my husband remarked at how long this kept him satiated the day we had it for breakfast. Its also a great way to keep oatmeal in your diet in the summer when a hot breakfast isn't so appealing.
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