Do you want a breakfast that's easy, hearty, and healthy, and the whole family will love? Well this might just be it.
Have you seen all the buzz lately about these overnight refrigerator oats recipes? Seems like some new way to make oats? Nope, not new. The Swiss have been doing it this way for over 100 years. They call it Muesli, or Swiss Muesli, or Bircher Muesli (named from the doctor that created the recipe for the health benefits of his patients). This is not the "muesli" that you've seen in a cereal box. That is a granola like cereal that has some oats and dried fruit and somebody decided to give it the name because some of the ingredients are similar. No, this is a totally different thing - it's a way of preparing oats that's like nothing you've probably ever tasted. I love it, it's one of my favorite breakfasts. I first learned about Swiss Muesli almost 30 years ago, when my older sister came home from being an exchange student in Switzerland. She introduced us to the way the Swiss do oats, and I've loved it ever since. In the summer I like to make up a huge bowl and eat it for breakfast all week long. It's cool and refreshing, but hearty and filling. And you can dress it up however you like.Read More