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


good basic recipe. you can add any nuts,fruits etc. to your liking to tweak to your liking or changes. as far as spraying with cooking oil....i would just put ingredients on a piece of parchment paper to eliminate the oil. or just mix and eat... sounds yukky, but i don't even cook my oatmeal. just be sure to add enough milk, juice or whatever to avoid inhaling and choking..:)


excellent! kept me full all day!


Good flavors and nutrition as far as the cereal components.
But the method makes this granola--another American atrocity, adapting a healthful original--, not muesli.

Muesli is raw, which is much healthier. Better to get cold, raw fat from nuts or seeds, rather than the unhealthy frying oil; yes, baking with oil is a form of frying.


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