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Sharing Mountain Recipes
by Randi Lee Levin
Many believe that serving Muesli for breakfast began in Sweden. However, I asked a Swedish friend about this, and she sad that this nutritional breakfast cereal originated in Switzerland, created by an old doctor to assist his patients in eating healthier foods. It makes no difference where this delight originated; I am just glad that it has. Full of fruits, nuts and goodness, this cereal is a favorite way to start the day. However, do yourself a favor and make your own, beginning with one of the recipes below. Packaged versions tend to add more sugar and fat to help maintain the shelf life. When trying to eat healthier, the following recipe is just as quick and easy as opening a box, but much better for you.
Serves 4


• 3/4 cup old fashioned oats
• 1/2 cup barley flakes
• 1 cup milk
• 1 heaping tablespoon honey or brown sugar
• 1 tablespoon each chopped hazelnuts, almonds and sunflower seeds
• 1/2 cup raisins or chopped dried apricots (optional)
• 1 peeled, cored and grated Granny Smith apple
• 2 cups vanilla or plain yogurt

Place the oats, barley flakes and milk into a large bowl, cover and refrigerate overnight.

2. The next morning, grate the apple and add it to the oat mixture with the honey, nuts, seeds and fruits. Mix all together with the yogurt and serve.


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