Homemade Muesli

Muesli is a routine breakfast my husband loves. I never get why he likes them so much. It has no chilli in them 😉 I love anything with chillies. Anyways, coming back to my Museli, we used to buy the different flavors of Muesli from Kellogg’s or Bagrrys. One day, when I was watching Masterchef Australia (My most favorite TV show btw), I saw a contestant make Muesli. That gave me an idea, maybe this can be made at home. So, after browsing various websites and watching many videos, I finally realized, there is no set recipe for a Muesli. It’s basically putting together various cereals you like in one bowl.


2 Cups Quaker Oats

1/4 Cup Wheat Bran

Chopped Walnuts – as desired

Raisins – As desired

Dry Ginger Powder – a pinch

Vanilla Extract – 1/4 tsp

Muesli 3


  1. Toast the Oats and wheat bran in a non-stick pan briefly for 3-4 minutes. Allow it to cool. You can skip this step if using rolled oats. Muesli 1

2. Transfer it to a bowl.

3. Once cooled, add the chopped walnuts, raisins, dry ginger powder and vanilla extract.Muesli 2

4. Mix everything and store in an airtight container.

5. Serve with fresh fruits & milk or yogurt. Add sugar or honey for sweetness if desired.


  • Many recipes called for rolled oats, but I couldn’t find them, so bought quaker’s oats and toasted it.
  • You can use any Nuts you like.
  • Add seeds like Sunflower seeds or Melon seeds for added nutrient quotient.
  • You can also use any grain like rolled barley, rye, etc along with oats.
  • Enhance the taste by adding dried fruits like cranberries, blueberries, mangos, etc.

Enjoy Your Bowl of Health



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