My boys love their bircher muesli breakfasts and I usually make enough that there's some left for snacks as well. Lucky for them I find them a really relaxing thing to do first thing in the morning with a nice strong cup of green tea. I've come up with a really simple method thats quick, easy and usually makes enough for 2 -4 servings.
I've found it best to make up a big jar of the dry bircher muesli mix and usually make the Complete Meal Bircher mix I posted quite a while ago. I've been a bit more economical of late and because my boys do ok with grain I've been adding rolled oats. As I mentioned in the post for the Honey Oats the World Health Organisation (WHO) say that the fibre in oats can lower cholesterol by 8-23%. and they're a great source of carbohydrates that go so well with the healthy fats and protein in this recipe which makes it a tasty, satisfying and complete meal.
Keeping in line with my budget recipes this one is also made with standard supermarket ingredients that are not only widely available but generally very economical as well. Proving that you can easily eat healthy even when your funds are limited! Hello Uni students, I have a house full of then now. Mm! that reminds me I need to get some of my basic recipes into the blog for the boys! That way I won't get text messages asking me what's in the burrito mince recipe mum, can you send it to me cos I can't find it on your blog!! ... time for me to get organised! I don't know how many times I've had to send that one to Jordi!!