Über delicious Bircher Müesli recipe

Idea

I have to start with announcing that Bircher Müesli is über delicious! Oh, and it’s healthy too! Two birds, one stone. Bircher Müesli was invented around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Brenner for his patients. He was born in Aarau which is about one hour driving from my apartment. He promoted eating at least 50% row food on a daily basis / 100% raw food for people with poor health. He was a pioneer in Europe thinking that food can be used to keep the body healthy rather than just satisfying hunger.
He was promoting early bedtime, physical training and garden work to his patients. Also each meal began with a small dish of Müesli. Patients had to skip alcohol, coffee, chocolate and tobacco while they were treated by him. He suggested sun bathing, cold showers and a harmony between people and nature.

Recipe

  • 500g joghurt
  • 150g Birchermüesli or any oats Müesli
  • 2 apples
  • 1 lemon
  • 150g fresh fruits
  • 50g nuts (walnut, hazelnut etc.)
  • 50g raisins or other dried fruits
  • Honey (optional)

Prepare in the evening

Mix the joghurt with the Birchermüesli (oats with or without dried fruits). I use swiss Birchermüesli which doesn’t contain any added sugars. Add the juice of a lemon and mix. Leave the mixture overnight in the fridge. Some people don’t like the texture of the oats if it’s soaked all night, so you might want to prepare 30-60 minutes before eating. You might add some milk or apple juice if you’d like to. Experiment with different versions.

Prepare in the morning

Add the grated apple to the Müesli, add raisins, add the somewhat broken nuts and mix. Top with the fresh fruits / whole nuts. Ooze some honey if you wish. And for the last step, the good thing is that you can always use the seasonal fruits. I’ve already used: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, banana, plum, peach, apricot. I’ve add at least 2-3 different types for a richer taste and better looks.

Cheers!

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Written by András Kapros
Business coach, well-being coach, aspiring master life coach | András is helping IT and creative professionals to transform their business idea into reality. After 15+ years of experience as a freelancer, and managing IT teams (Front-End, User Experience) in multi-cultural environments in Switzerland and Hungary he took the next step. He transformed his life as well as his career. In 2019 he started working as a business and well-being coach. His Master Life Coach Certification is in progress and will finish within this year. He started his youtube channel in 2020 producing one video per week on topics: entrepreneur mindset, getting unstuck, being efficient, increasing focus. He spent more than 3500 hours on studying personal development and productivity. He wrote and published his first self-help book from scratch in three months. He loves mountain biking, snowboarding, and he is vegan.