Bircher Muesli is a traditional Swiss breakfast invented in the 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Brenner. Basically an overnight oat breakfast that typically consists of more fruit than oats. I just soaked the oats in water over night, then strain any remaining liquid and stir together with grated pear or apple, almond yogurt, maple syrup, toasted nuts & seeds and fresh berries. It's a nice change from cooked oatmeal! This recipe serves 1 hungry person or 2 people who are lighter eaters in the morning. The recipe can easily be doubled. I love adding oats to my diet either in a recipe like this or blitzed into my morning smoothie bowl. Add maple syrup to this recipe to taste. I always try to get away with the least amount possible to avoid added sugar....and feel free to mix it up, add dried fruit and different combinations of nuts and seeds. The possibilities are endless!
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