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Scandinavian Muesli

EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Serve this Scandinavian cereal with low-fat yogurt or nonfat milk to start your day off with whole grains and some protein and calcium-rich dairy. You can substitute any combination of chopped dried or fresh fruit for the raisins—apricots, apples, figs, cherries or cranberries would all be delicious. Try walnuts or hazelnuts instead of the almonds if you like. Ground flaxseeds stirred in at the end provide a boost of heart-healthy omega-3s.



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Scandinavian Muesli

13 Reviews for Scandinavian Muesli

01/09/2012
Decent flavor

The muesli had a decent taste, but next time I might leave out the flax seed as that flavor overwhelmed everything else.

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05/04/2011
I know this sounds dumb

Could some one tell me do I serve this hot or cold

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Anonymous wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

This is a cereal that one

This is a cereal that one makes up ahead of time. Then one eats it cold with milk or yogurt. If you want to eat a hot cereal, heat the milk first and then pour it over the muesli.

11/28/2010
Anonymous

sounds amazing definitely going to try!

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10/07/2010
Anonymous

I doubled this recipe and I'm so glad I did! Excellent. I omitted the oil and honey and doubled the ground flax. Thanks!

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08/02/2010
Anonymous

There are good things in the recipe except for the flaxseed! However, we would NEVER have it for breakfast because it takes 2 hours! I don't know anyone that had 2 hours in the morning to spend making this breakfast when we can have good hot cereal in just a few minutes. We can add raisins and cinnamon, cocoanut, honey, etc. to get close to the same taste and it doesn't take 2 hours.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 10 weeks ago

You don't make it in the

You don't make it in the morning, you make it the day or so before you are going to eat it. When you want to eat breakfast, it's all ready to put in a dish with milk or yogurt.

Anonymous wrote 2 years 41 weeks ago

thats why you make it early

thats why you make it early in the week and you can eat it all week.....

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