Muesli Recipe


Homemade healthy muesli is easy to make and versatile to fit your tastes.

Years ago I used to make a very sugary homemade granola.  Now I stay away from refined sugar personally, as it does not serve my body well.

It’s so easy to make homemade healthy muesli.

Here is my recipe for you.  Feel free to tweak it as you see fit.

Homemade healthy granola (640x480)

almonds

Ingredients:

4 tbsp good quality honey
4 tbsp coconut oil
4 cups oats (the real kind, not quick!)

Amounts to your taste:

Natural (not roasted) – Almonds, pistachios, sunflower seeds, cranberries, cashews, coconut flakes

Method:

Melt the coconut oil in a bowl and then add the honey and mix.

In an oven proof pan pour oats, then mix in the coconut oil and honey mixture so all oats are covered.

Bake in an oven at 180C/350F for 45 minutes. Mixing about 3-4 times.

Once cooled add in the nuts, seeds and berries. You can choose to add other dried fruits although I do recommend having more of the nuts/seeds in ratio to dried fruit.  This keeps protein in higher proportion to the sugars of the fruit.

Serve with natural yogurt, milk, rice milk or whatever texture or type of wet goods you prefer to use.

 

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They will deliver to your door.

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Charlene Hutsebaut

Charlene Hutsebaut is a Canadian Personal Trainer and corporate wellness speaker working in London. Charlene wants to help you become the hero in your own healthy story! She was a Life Fitness - Top 10 Global Finalist in the Personal Trainers to Watch Competition 2015. Charlene was the only UK woman to make it and 1 of only 3 women in the top ten. She brings her passion for the outdoors to the core of her workouts. She aims to make wellness achievable for everyone, with or without a gym membership. Her love of fitness started early, at age 3, on her first pair of ice skates. Since then, she has completed degrees in Physical Education and Education as well as studying Athletic Therapy. She is a Stott Pilates instructor and has Functional Sports Nutrition Academy Levels 1 & 2. She has logged an impressive 15,000 PT hours in her 24 years of experience. Charlene’s training is a cutting edge fusion of pilates foundations, mind-body connection and traditional weight training. Charlene trains at the St. Pancras Hotel Spa, or outdoors, in Mother Nature’s gymnasium. When she isn’t training or making fitness videos, Charlene runs corporate workshops, and is the featured expert in Psychologies Life Labs and Monarch Airlines in-flight magazines.

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