Swiss Style Muesli with Cranberries

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  • 2-3 Tablespoons of a low sugar muesli. (A very good one is for example Bob's Red Mill "Old Country Style Muesli".
  • You can also simply use heavy rolled oats. In that case some additional seeds (e.g. unsalted sunflower seeds) and /or nuts or almonds might be welcome.
  • 3-4 Tablespoons of of a mix of freshly cut seasonal fruit like apples, oranges, plus banana.
  • A handful of sweetened and dried cranberries.
  • 2-3 Tablespoons of yogurt, e.g. Stonyfield's French Vanilla if you like it a little sweeter or otherwise a plain version of yogurt.
  • Add some milk if you like.
Directions
  1. Put muesli in serving bowl. Add some nuts if desired. Mix in freshly cut fruit. Toss in a handful of sweetened dried cranberries and mix in bowl. Top off with the yogurt. (Add milk if desired.)
Source
  1. Walter Zahn
  • 2-3 Tablespoons of a low sugar muesli. (A very good one is for example Bob's Red Mill "Old Country Style Muesli".
  • You can also simply use heavy rolled oats. In that case some additional seeds (e.g. unsalted sunflower seeds) and /or nuts or almonds might be welcome.
  • 3-4 Tablespoons of of a mix of freshly cut seasonal fruit like apples, oranges, plus banana.
  • A handful of sweetened and dried cranberries.
  • 2-3 Tablespoons of yogurt, e.g. Stonyfield's French Vanilla if you like it a little sweeter or otherwise a plain version of yogurt.
  • Add some milk if you like.
Directions
  1. Put muesli in serving bowl. Add some nuts if desired. Mix in freshly cut fruit. Toss in a handful of sweetened dried cranberries and mix in bowl. Top off with the yogurt. (Add milk if desired.)
Source
  1. Walter Zahn