As part of my diet plan there are a few very simple recipes I’m expected to follow. The apple muesli that I had this morning was incredibly tasty, though taking it out of the fridge a few minutes in advance of eating it wouldn’t hurt – it was really cold on my teeth!
The recipe instructions provided by Tesco were a bit vague, but my instructions should work out ok – it’s not a hard recipe to follow!
A very tasty homemade muesli
Calories 600 kcal
- 63 g. of porridge oats dry weight
- 1 apple
- 1 serving of semi-skimmed milk 6 fl oz or 150ml
- 4 dried apricots
- 25 g. of mixed nuts
Core and dice the apple
Slice and dice the dried apricots
Mix the fruit in a breakfast bowl
Leave in fridge overnight
Leaving the prepared mix to soak overnight in the fridge means that the entire mix will be a nice consistency.
The downside to taking it straight from the fridge is that it can be quite cold
Sounds yummy. I make a similar breakfast sometimes though I use plain yogurt instead of milk and add the dried fruit and nuts in the morning.
I’ve never been a fan of plain yogurt. I like Greek style yogurt 🙂
Thanks for your comment
I’m all about plain yogurt :). Greek yogurt with honey – one of my favorite desserts.
Good luck with the diet. I’ll keep on checking the blog to see how you’re doing.
Kam – thanks 🙂