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June 24, 2019


Mu Mu Muesli

by Anne Paddock

Simply the best cereal on the market.

Muesli is a breakfast cereal made up of raw rolled oats, grains, dried fruits, nuts, and seeds that is typically enjoyed with your favorite type of milk or yogurt (note:  I find it especially delicious with unsweetened Milkadamia – a non-dairy nut milk).

Some people claim that muesli is just raw granola but that description doesn’t do the Swiss invention justice. While many of the ingredients are the same, muesli differs from granola in three ways: muesli is not baked, does not contain oil, and typically has no added sweeteners.

Muesli is a typical breakfast cereal in Europe but its popularity has only begun to soar in the US over the past few years because consumers have begun to realize how nutritious and delicious muesli is.  Full of fiber, nutrients, and good fats, muesli offers a variety of flavors and textures making it a breakfast favorite.

While I have often made my own muesli, I prefer to buy Mu Mu Muesli because its easier, tastes better than any other cereal on the market, and the ingredients are super nutritious:  organic whole rolled oats, organic wheat flakes, organic dates, organic coconut (unsweetened and unsulphured), organic raisins, unsulphured cranberries, roasted almonds, and organic flaxseed.

Made in Sharon Springs, New York, Mu Mu Muesli is available at more than 100 Whole Foods Markets in the northeast (where I purchased my first bag) and other fine grocery stores. But, Mu Mu Muesli can also be purchased on-line directly from the company (the muesli makers!) at A 20-ounce sealed package is $12 but consider buying 4 20-ounce packages for $34 ($8.50 per bag) or even 10 20-ounce packages for $78 ($7.80 per package). Shipping is free!

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  1. the #1 Itinerary
    Jun 25 2019

    Great post 🙂

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