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Hi! I'm Shabana. I live in Bahrain. I'm a businesswoman by day and a fitness instructor by night. I believe that dressing up is the easiest way of loving yourself, and this blog is where I journal my outfits and my life. If you'd like to know more, click on the About Me tab on top. I hope you enjoy my blog!

Home-Made Healthy Breakfast Muesli


I've shared a picture of this home-made muesli that I have every day for breakfast, and a few of you asked me for the recipe. So here it is. 

This muesli will take about 10 minutes to make. The best part about this muesli is that you make it from scratch at home, in your kitchen. You decide what goes into it. The problem with most store-bought packaged muesli is that it has a lot of sugar in it, and it never tastes the way you want it to.

Note: In this muesli, there aren't any oat clusters, just oats. So the muesli will be soft when you have it. To get oat clusters, there's usually oil and sugar syrup added to get them to become so crunchy and stick together. If you hate soft muesli, this recipe is not for you.

My home-made muesli is super healthy, very easy to make, and has zero sugar. It has the goodness of oats, nuts, raisins, flax seeds and fruit, to start your day off well. Because it has all these great ingredients, I find that it makes me feel happy after eating it. 

Here's the full recipe:

1 tbsp of ghee/ butter
3 cups of oats
4 tbsp crushed almonds
4 tbsp crushed pistachios
4 tbsp crushed walnuts
4 tbsp coarsely ground flax seeds
1/2 cup raisins

In a wok or fry pan, add the ghee and stir-fry the raisins on medium heat until they bloat. Add the oats to roast them. Keep mixing the oats using a wooden spoon. Do this for 5 minutes, or just until you feel like the oats have become crunchier. Turn off heat and take pan off of heat. To these, add all the nuts and the flax seeds. Ta-da! Your muesli is ready.

If you don't like any of the nuts listed here, just remove them. You can also add hazelnuts if you like. Store the mix in a big jar.

I usually have 4 to 5 big spoons of muesli every morning with a sliced banana and milk, but you can add any fruit to it and any kind of milk. My mother has it with pineapple juice/ orange juice, or with laban sometimes. Since this muesli has no sugar, you might like to add honey or sugar to sweeten it. I like to sweeten it with only fruit. And remember, you can have this muesli any time of day.

That's it! Make your muesli and don't forget to tag me on Instagram. Leave me a comment here if you have any questions, or if you have any suggestions on adding more stuff to this one!

Until next time

Shabana Feroze
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