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Banoffee Pie Overnight Oats (Bircher Muesli)

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Banoffee pie is without doubt one of my favorite desserts, so you can imagine my delight when I discovered how yummy these oats are. 200 more words

Bircher muesli

Bircher Muesli was developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Brenner for his patients and is basically rolled oats that are soaked overnight, mixed with cinnamon, dried fruits and nuts, toasted coconut, berries, grated apples and an optional dollop of yogurt. 123 more words

Thermomix

Virtuous Breakfast Quest

I have to be honest with you I don’t wake up and think I could go without breakfast.  When I wake up I am ravenous.  No delicate fruit kebab for me.  569 more words

Health And Wellbeing

Milked Muesli

I know this one is an old one, but it was a discovery to me. I have soaked my muesli in yogurt before, which is delicious, but I was always scared of eating any cereal with milk. 133 more words

Tasteful Discoveries

Fruity Bircher Muesli

A couple of days ago I didn’t have any food at home to make myself breakfast so I ended up buying a Bircher Muesli from a restaurant close to where I work and there is only one thing I can say about it: IT WAS DELICIOUS. 184 more words

Food

Creamy Dreamy Bircher Muesli

Like porridge, I have a simple go to recipe for Bircher muesli that is fail proof. It is simply scrumptious as it is but can also be altered by the addition of different ingredients and toppings to create a more extravagant dessert like breakfast. 107 more words

Recipes

Healthy Alpine Snacking - Cuckoo Bircher Muesli

As you may have read in some of my previous posts, I don’t usually have the healthiest approach to breakfast – it’s typically nothing at all or something far too indulgent. 560 more words

Food