Soaking oats overnight to make bircher muesli makes them easily digestible. Bircher muesli is moderately high in fibre and low GI it is slow to digest, making you feel fuller for longer. Additionally, it is a good source of long-term energy. Consuming oats and fruit for breakfast provides a fabulously nutritious start to the day with all the right kinds of fats, fibres, vitamins and minerals.
Preparation Time: 5 minutes (+ overnight chilling)
- ¾ cup rolled oats
- 2 tablespoons linseeds
- Zest of half an orange
- 2 oranges, peeled and chopped
- 300mL of boiling water
- 2/3 cup natural yoghurt
- 125g punnet blueberries
- Mix the oats, linseeds and orange zest in a medium sized heatproof bowl
- Pour boiling water over the oat mixture and stir. Set aside and allow to cool
- Cover and place in the fridge overnight
- Stir in three quarters of the yoghurt into the oat mixture
- Divide between two bowls or glasses and top with the remaining yoghurt, oranges and blueberries
Per Serve: 1630 kJ, carbohydrates 46g, protein 41g, total fat 13g (sat. fat 4g), fibre 13g, sodium 79mg, carb exchanges 3½
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