Deliciously Ella Recipe Review: Bircher Muesli

Deliciously Ella:

Bircher Muesli Review

“This is a recipe I come back to time and time again… Simple, healthy and delicious!”

Deliciously Ella is one of my favourite healthy eating influencers and it was her first book and blog that really inspired me to eat healthy. I highly recommend all of her recipe books, they are full of fantastic recipes :

Deliciously Ella

Deliciously Ella Everyday

Deliciously Ella With Friends

Deliciously Ella Smoothies and Juices

2 Servings – 10 Mins – 9 Ingredients – 1 Bowl

Gluten Free

Refined Sugar Free

Dairy Free

Vegan

Deliciously Ella Book 1

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Deliciously Ella Everyday

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Deliciously Ella With Friends

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Deliciously Ella Smoothie

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INGREDIENTS

Gluten Free Oats

Almond milk

Ripe banana

Honey

Raspberries

Blueberries

Pumpkin Seeds

Sunflower seeds

Chia Seeds

Anything else you like to top it with!

REVIEW

This is my favourite recipe for a quick and easy breakfast. When you are feeling the need for something simple but still full of goodness this is the ideal way to start your day!

This bircher muesli is one of most simple breakfasts to make, with no fancy equipment needed and not time consuming in the slightest. All you need to do is mix the ingredients together in a container and leave it in the fridge over night to do the work for you! Leaving this recipe over night makes it so simple to start a weekday with a nutritious breakfast… all you need to do is pop to the fridge! Too easy!

The ingredients are easy to get hold of in any local supermarkets healthy food store or online. I use these ingredients frequently in my cooking, and I find it cheaper to buy certain ingredients online in larger packs – it’s way more cost effective! Click the ingredients list to the left to take a look online.

This bircher muesli gives the oats  a deliciously creamy texture, which combined with the softness of the fruit and the crunch of the seeds is a dream! The oats give you plenty of energy, so it leaves me feeling full right up until lunch. The chia seeds are packed with plant based protein and omega 3 fatty acids which our bodies love!

This is a recipe I come back to time and time again… Simple, healthy, delicious!

 TIPS!

  • If you are gluten-free just make sure the oats you choose are gluten free, as many are not.
  • I like to top this with more fresh raspberries and blueberries, and sprinkle of left over seeds, a handful of raisins and a drizzle of honey – try it!
  • My favourite almond milk is Alpo unsweetened, it has a really creamy texture to it!

I hope you give this recipe a try and if you do leave a comment below!

Do you have a oat recipe you love? I would love to know!

Thanks for reading

The Healthy Backpacker x

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