Wednesday, August 21, 2013

My Musli Mix



I am the kind of person who could sit and eat breakfast for hours. Jay is the complete opposite. If we stay in a hotel I always want to make sure it has a GREAT BIG breakfast buffé. Jay never has more than a cup of coffee or two. On weekends I usually treat my family with pancakes, French toast, waffles or scones to make it special. Jay might then have an American pancake or two with Maple Syrup, if I'm lucky.

During the vacation we ate a lot of bread and when coming back home I really longed for some plain yogurth with my homemade musli for breakfast. I think that is my everyday breakfast favourite after all. Simple, quick and perfect for a helathy start of the day.  I make my own nutty musli mix form my favourite nuts, grains and seeds.

My Musli Mix


1 cup walnuts
1 cup pecans
1 cup oatmeal
1/2 cup sesame seeds
1/2 cup linseeds


Mix chopped up walnuts and pecans, sesame seeds, linseeds and some oat meal in a bowl. Put in a pretty jar and label it. Keep dry. Sprinkle on top of Greek or natural yougurth. Drizzle with honey. Bon appetit!


You can of course alternate this recipe and use any nuts of your choice. Add sunflower seeds, raisins or chopped up dried apricots.

I make sure to fill My Musli Mix jar regularly, ready to be sprinkled on top of my yogurt.  That to me feels like a healthy start of a brand new day. And today I am going back to CrossFit. The first class after 4 weeks of absence... It is going to be a tough one. Cheer me on! Today is the first day of the rest of my life.

Kärlek
Annette


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11 comments :

  1. ....hope you came back in one piece! How do you feel?
    good musli mix!
    xxxxx Ale

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  2. your müsli mix looks yummy! i also love breakfast... i do have a flour mill, which is awesome, too! so i make my own bircher müsli :-)
    i love it!
    do you make your own yoghurt?
    greetings pami

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  3. thanks for the inspiration Annette. I just rushed off and made some! I have run out of museli and realized I have the ingredients to make it! I also added raisins, coconut and sunflower seeds. So easy! Heather x

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  4. I'm completely with you on the hotel breakfasts, I do delight it a lovely wide buffet selection too. Although, like you, my favourite breakfast is a simple affair. Just bran flakes, oat flakes and a small sprinkle of sultanas for me!

    Good luck with the cross fit - you can do it!

    S x

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  5. mmmmmmm!
    I love home made müsli mix!
    This one looks delicious and i definately gonna make this
    one as soon as my müsli tin is empty...

    xx

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  6. My favorite way to start the day is with yogurt and my homemade granola! Much like your Musli, only toasted and slightly sweetened.
    Bon Appetit!
    xo Kris

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  7. Delicious muesli and such a pretty jar too! I love breakfast too! Hope you did ok with the cross fit. I have just caught up on your posts as I have been away, and I loved your pictures of Sweden :)
    Helen x

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  8. Now that's the type of muesli I might like! Will have to try it out.

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  9. I've just bought some pumpkin seeds; now I know why, they will go great with my porridge tomorrow's morning. Love the lace on the jar, good idea.
    S xx

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  10. PS - good luck with the CrossFit! I am now almost 3 months into...Pole Conditioning!

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  11. I'm feeling like a Müesli (Swiss) now. :-)

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Kärlek
Annette

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