Bircher muesli can be easier to make than it seems.
Breakfast is a crucial meal that determines how well we perform our duties during the day. However, it is also the most neglected meal as we are often in a rush to get to work or take up our daily responsibilities. What if we told you there was an easy recipe for breakfast that you could prepare the night before and it would be ready to consume in the morning? Bircher muesli is one such recipe which involves minimal effort and yet turns out unbelievably delicious.
The name 'Muesli' comes from an old word from German which roughly translated to 'puree'. The origin of the term 'Bircher' is credited to Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner who is said to have invented the dish at his clinic in the late 19th century. The original recipe or Bircher Muesli included apple, oats, nuts, lemon juice, honey and milk and was intended to be served fresh for breakfast.
This Bircher Muesli recipe is pretty close to the Swiss original, as it uses a whole fresh apple as well as honey, milk and oats. Dried berries are also used in this recipe to give it a refreshing, fruity flavour. Almonds are also added to the Bircher Muesli in order to give it a delightful nutty zing. The best part about the recipe is that it is super easy to prepare, in fact, an absolute no-brainer you just can't go wrong with. Simply top up all the ingredients in a jar and refrigerate overnight to enjoy a delightful breakfast you can't refuse!
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