BEST BEFORE DATE:
Our 18oz Old Country Style Muesli now comes in a stand-up, re-sealble pouch
for convenient use and storage!
Muesli was originally developed by Dr. Maximilian Bircher-Benner, a Swiss
nutritionist at the end of the 19th century, and it remains one of the
world's most popular cereals. Dr. Bircher-Benner was ahead of his time in
understanding that food is the best medicine, but he also knew that it simply
wouldn't be eaten if it wasn't delicious. With those facts firmly in mind, he
created an irresistible but healthy mixture of grain, fruit and nuts that his
patients devoured joyfully on their way to wellness. Our fantastic Old
Country Style Muesli is a tasty blend of whole grain rolled oats, wheat, rye,
and triticale, as well as barley flakes, almond slivers, date crumbles,
raisins, sunflower seeds and walnuts. The end result is a highly nutritious
and sustaining whole grain cereal that's addictively tasty to boot!
Our muesli is made with wholesome ingredients, offering you food as nature
intended it to be. And since it's made with whole grains, it provides
valuable fiber. By starting off your day with a hearty serving of whole
grains, you'll get the best start possible by staying full all morning!
Here are some great ways you can add this satisfying cereal to your diet.
Try it for breakfast heated like porridge or pour milk or apple juice over it
and serve it up as a cold cereal. Try sprinkling in some hemp seeds or chia
seeds for added texture and nutrition. Mix in some fresh berries or other
fruit with yogurt or eat it raw, both make a great snack. Muesli can also be
used in cookies, muffins and pancakes. See the back of our package for a
delicious Chocolate Chips Muesli Cookie recipe! Or check out the recipe tab
below for additional recipe ideas.
Old Country Style Muesli is a traditional European-inspired cereal made
from a blend of whole grains, nuts, seeds and dried fruit. It is terrific
topped with milk as cold cereal; cooked on the stovetop or heated in the
microwave as a hearty hot cereal; or eaten the traditional Swiss way, mixed
with yogurt and grated apple and left in the refrigerator to soak