Homemade muesli

Making your own muesli is fun, simple and delicious.
6 cups

Making your own muesli at home can be so much tastier and you have more control over the ingredients. When you make it yourself you can play around with the ratios and flavours to make it your own. We have sweetened ours with date and figs and with chia seeds for added satiety.

Would you prefer a bircher muesli, a toasted granola or gluten-free muesli? Looking for more breakfast recipes?

Store your muesli in an air tight container for up to two weeks.

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1.Combine chopped dried figs and dates with chia seeds.
2.Place rolled oats, almonds, cashews, linseeds, sunflower seeds and pistachios, and spices in a large bowl. Toss through chia-coated dried fruit.
3.Store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

Tossing the chopped dried fruit in the chia seeds allows the seeds to ‘stick’ on the cut edges of the fruit so they don’t all fall to the base of the jar or container.