Learn what makes granola and muesli different and some of the best ways to use both of these healthy oat-based...
Depending on how much time you’ve spent here at the Mu Mu food blog, you’ve probably noticed that there are oodles of different ways to eat muesli. (You may have even watched the videos!) But even though recipes like Bircher Muesli and Homemade Muesli Bread are fabulous options, I’m really excited to spread the word about these Muesli Cereal Balls.
Whether you’re a first-timer or you’ve been with us for awhile, welcome to the Mu Mu Muesli Health Food Blog! This smoothie recipe is for those of you who want fast and easy vegan recipes that don’t require too much effort. Now this particular recipe is also a great life hack because you probably have most of the ingredients in your kitchen already! Plus, it’s easy to stock up on the bulk muesli topping, so it’s always on hand when you need it.
Muesli is the perfect alternative to sugary, processed cereals lining the shelves of supermarkets today. Similarly, these muesli cereal bar recipes have become life-savers for healthy eaters! Anyone who knows the dangers of store-bought cereals understands that popular granola bars are simply not nourishing. In this article, you’ll find five unique muesli cereal bar recipes for both vegans and vegetarians. I’ll also highlight some of the ugly truths about the many granola bars posing as “healthy” in our stores and media today.
Muesli bread is one of the most satisfying ways to use muesli! And when you do it right, you retain all of the health benefits of muesli. I really like the option of transforming muesli mix into bread because it’s a way to enjoy muesli at any time of day. In this post, you’ll find the healthiest muesli cereal, ways to eat muesli bread, and a list of the internet’s greatest recipes.
For many of us, our goals have to do with being more healthy. This is great! It’s why I’m discussing a very simple Muesli with Yogurt recipe in this post. It’s an easy way to make eating a healthy breakfast an everyday habit, since you can make it the night before. You’ll also find a few ingredient tips that will help promote weight loss/maintenance.
Many savvy people ask if smoothie bowls are healthy, and that’s a very wise question to ask. In reality, the answer is it all depends on the ingredients. Because of this, making your own smoothie bowls at home is a much safer option than buying from a popular vendor! To make things easy for you, I’ve created the following checklist with crucial “make it or break it” factors for determining if a breakfast smoothie bowl recipe truly is as healthy as you hope it is.
All too often, people assume muesli has one purpose: to be cereal in a bowl with coconut or hemp milk. While this certainly is one delicious and easy way to enjoy it, there are many more ways to prepare muesli! For example, muesli bars are delicious, and so are overnight oats. And don’t forget acai smoothie bowls, which taste best with a light sprinkling of Mu Mu Muesli on top. Yet another example of how to eat muesli is the classic combination of muesli with yogurt and fruit. In an upcoming blog, we’ll explore all of those different recipes as well as several more. But for now, let’s search for the perfect vegan muesli cookies.