HOMEMADE MUSELI

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You guys know I am all about quick ways to live the healthiest possible lifestyle. It can be a huge challenge to eat right when you are a busy woman. And let’s be real, we are all girl bosses over here and need ways to treat ourselves right even though time is a crunch! You feel me??

So let’s get real. Even though we all want to make super delicious breakfasts (think my Skinny Apple Pancakes) every day, that shit just isn’t going to happen on weekdays. Work, school, and just life in general can make mornings hectic.

This is where simple preparation comes in. I am a majorrrr planner. I like to plan everything. It is a pretty safe bet to say whatever I am doing in a day was pre-planned. So anyways, this homemade museli is way better than anything you can get in stores, takes like 3 minutes to make, and will set you up for a week of healthy breakfasts. 

Ingreds:

  • Whole rolled oats (about 1 cup)
  • Kamut grain flakes (about 1 cup)
  • Goji berries
  • Raisins
  • Cashews
  • Ribboned and unsweetened coconut
  • Pecans
  • Dried figs (to top)
  • Cinnamon (to rop)

There is legit only one step here. Dump all your ingreds into a bowl & mix. BOOM. Done.

Told you, so simple. 

Museli can be eaten cold & uncooked. All you do is pour your favourite non-dairy milk (coconut tastes best to me) over this and top with some cinnamon and dried figs. I like to let it sit for about 5 mins before eating, just because the kamut flakes and oats get a little softer. The besssssst.

Side note: I didn’t really put any specific measurements on this recipe, because it is totally up to you! If you like lots of dried fruits and nuts, add more! If you like less, add less. #science 

Enjoy babes! <3

 

x,

 

Robyn-Signature

 

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