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Instant Muesli Mix: Quick Healthy Breakfast or Snack for Preschoolers, Adults


Health on your mind? It's on my mind always! What better way to think of health than kick-starting your day with a healthy menu? 

Well, this instant muesli mix is just one healthy breakfast recipe that you would like to try out soon. With just a few ingredients easily available in every home, this instant muesli mix is what you should be trying out next.
instant muesli mix - a healthy snack for preschoolers


If kids do not love home food, then you are up for some challenging time.  Unfortunately, in many houses, home-cooked meals are a thing of the past, with processed foods becoming a major source of empty calories. Gradually, this results in nutritional deficits in the body, resulting in high levels of childhood obesity. Not only this, it leads to lifestyle-related scourges, such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

By cutting down outside food, junk food, and processed food from your everyday meals, you can ensure a healthy life for your family.

While kids love everything sweet and snacky, you find yourself struggling for ideas to make healthy snacks for preschoolers.

But worry not, healthy food is quick to process and delicious to munch on.

This instant muesli mix is one such example. 

You will love these crunchy healthy bites because these are loaded with the goodness of nuts and crunch of flakes. Rice flakes take care of the fiber quotient of this muesli mix.   Cornflakes is fortified with vitamin B12, which is crucial for the absorption of iron in your body. 
NUTS BENEFITS


Now you must be wondering how to enjoy this muesli mix. Well, it is ready to eat as is. Or you may want to add little honey and milk to the mix and enjoy it as a healthy breakfast. Alternatively, it works just perfect as a healthy snack. So what are you waiting for?

instant muesli mix ingredients

Nuts are loaded with healthy fats that boost the quotient of good cholesterol in your body.  Good cholesterol or HDL is critical to lowering the risk of heart disease, while a person with LDL or bad cholesterol is at a greater risk of cardiovascular ailments.



Moderate use of pistachios can

  • ·         promote heart-healthy lipid profile
  • improve the level of antioxidants 
  • ·         reduce systolic blood pressure
  • lower lipids and lipoproteins

Raisins are loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants. Vitamin C, just like Vitamin B12, is essential for iron absorption in your body. 


Let's take a look at the ingredients for our instant muesli mix. 


1/2 cup cornflakes or multigrain flakes/ragi flakes/whole wheat flakes
1/4 cup- roasted oats (I forgot to take pic of oats along with other ingredients as I decided to add them later)
1/2 cup choco flakes (you may add any other flakes instead)
1/2 cup nuts of your choice, including Bengal roasted gram, raisins, almonds, pistachios
1/2 cup roasted poha (rice flakes)

Now let's get started with mixing the ingredients.



your instant museli mix is just a step away!
 

 Take the nuts in a wide utensil.

Add choco flakes.


Add cornflakes/wheat flakes/multigrain flakes/ragi flakes.


Take roasted poha or rice flakes. If you do not have roasted poha handy, dry roast it first and add it to the muesli mix upon cooling. You may dry roast corn flakes and nuts as well.

Here is your bowl full of health. Perhaps your healthy breakfast of instant muesli mix is ready.
Stir in some milk and honey for a quick breakfast.
Else, enjoy it just like that. I relished the entire muesli mix without any further addition. You will love this simple recipe of muesli, which is your anytime snack.

Isn;t this a simple go-to muesli mix recipe?

Comments

  1. Loving it. Really worth trying. I know I m going to love this. Ready to munch in office. Can keep it for anytime hunger. Thnx for sharing.

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    1. Absolutely dear. Even I had not thought it would be such a handy munching snack. It is just perfect.

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