Omega Muesli Recipe: The Fat-Rich, Filling & Delicious Start to the Day
Strictly speaking, this probably comes under the ‘transitional’ banner – but I will have this for brekkie perhaps once a week. It is a great, filling home-made muesli that is full of Essential Fatty Acids and is therefore great for your body, your skin in particular.
You can have it with whatever type of non-dairy milk you prefer, and I actually have it with very little milk at all. In fact, sometimes I have even been known to have it with a little soy yoghurt and half an apple as a weekend treat. Almond milk is probably the nicest and so easy to make too.
You can make this in bulk as a dry mix and store it. In an airtight container it will keep for weeks.
Organic oats (oats are naturally gluten free, but can contain traces if milled with wheat – if you are coeliac, get GF oats)
1/2 cup of LSA mix (linseed, sunflower seed and almond meal) – or you can just use ground flax, almonds or other nut/seed.
Handful of roughly sliced, raw almonds
Handful of pumpkin seeds
Teaspoon of chia seeds
Almond milk/rice milk to taste
Optional to serve:
Erm…make it! Just mix it all together and serve with the nut milk. If you can’t find LSA mix then simply go for whichever ‘meal/ground’ you like or can find. All health food shops stock something that will work with this, be it ground flax, ground almonds and so on.
Let me know what you think!
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