Toasted Turmeric Muesli

by | Oct 26, 2015 | 12 comments

A wonderful, nutritious and delicious way to start your day.... full of nutrients including magnesium, iron, manganese, copper, potassium, phosphorous, antioxidants, essential fatty acids and anti-inflammatory properties from the coconut oil, turmeric, cinnamon and other wonderful ingredients contained

Yields1 ServingPrep Time20 minsDifficultyBeginner
 Zest of 1 Orange
 1/4 cups Changing Habits Coconut Oil, melted (use more if needed)
 2 dried coconut, flaked or shredded
 1 cup nuts, chopped (almonds, macadamias, pecans, hazelnuts etc) plain or mixed
 1/5 cups sunflower seeds
 1/5 cups pepita seeds
 1/2 cups goji berries and other dried fruits of your choice (apricots, blueberries, cranberries etc)
 Optional: raw honey or pure maple syrup to taste, 1- 1 ½ cups gluten free oats, Changing Habits Probiotics and Changing Habits Cacao Melts chopped (mixed through when slightly warm)
1

Preheat the oven to 160 Degrees Celcius and line 2 baking trays with baking paper

2

Add all the ingredients into a large bowl and mix together to combine. Make sure everything is coated with the spices, zest and coconut oil. If you need a touch more coconut oil add a spoonful at a time until you reach your preference.

3

Spread the mixture out onto the baking trays evenly and place into the oven to bake until golden. This should be between 10-20 minutes depending on your oven.

4

Once ready, remove and allow to cool. If you want to add the probiotics, sprinkle 1-2 tsp over the top (when its still slightly warm) so it can stick to the muesli.

5

Once it has cooled completely you can stir through the chopped cacao melts if you choose to add them and then pour it all into a glass jar or container and store in a dark, cool pantry.

6

Serving suggestion: Serve with homemade almond milk, coconut or dairy milk, yoghurt or kefir with fresh fruit. You can even add this to slices or bliss balls if you feel like getting creative in the kitchen.

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Ingredients

 Zest of 1 Orange
 1/4 cups Changing Habits Coconut Oil, melted (use more if needed)
 2 dried coconut, flaked or shredded
 1 cup nuts, chopped (almonds, macadamias, pecans, hazelnuts etc) plain or mixed
 1/5 cups sunflower seeds
 1/5 cups pepita seeds
 1/2 cups goji berries and other dried fruits of your choice (apricots, blueberries, cranberries etc)
 Optional: raw honey or pure maple syrup to taste, 1- 1 ½ cups gluten free oats, Changing Habits Probiotics and Changing Habits Cacao Melts chopped (mixed through when slightly warm)

Directions

1

Preheat the oven to 160 Degrees Celcius and line 2 baking trays with baking paper

2

Add all the ingredients into a large bowl and mix together to combine. Make sure everything is coated with the spices, zest and coconut oil. If you need a touch more coconut oil add a spoonful at a time until you reach your preference.

3

Spread the mixture out onto the baking trays evenly and place into the oven to bake until golden. This should be between 10-20 minutes depending on your oven.

4

Once ready, remove and allow to cool. If you want to add the probiotics, sprinkle 1-2 tsp over the top (when its still slightly warm) so it can stick to the muesli.

5

Once it has cooled completely you can stir through the chopped cacao melts if you choose to add them and then pour it all into a glass jar or container and store in a dark, cool pantry.

6

Serving suggestion: Serve with homemade almond milk, coconut or dairy milk, yoghurt or kefir with fresh fruit. You can even add this to slices or bliss balls if you feel like getting creative in the kitchen.

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12 Comments

  1. MM

    This is so delicious! I regularly make toasted muesli (that I love) but thought I would try this one, and it’s amazing!
    I think it is the orange zest that makes it magic, but the tumeric is amazing too. I can’t wait for breakfast each morning!
    I’m putting coconut yoghurt on my muesli lately because it just tastes so dang good, and with a couple of blueberries thrown on the top, I’m not hungry until lunchtime.
    Thank you so much for this great recipe ?

    Reply
    • Jordan-Changing Habits Nutritionist

      Hi there, thank you so much for your feedback, we’re glad you love it as much as we do!

      Reply
  2. MM

    Oh. Forgot to mention: I don’t like dried fruit in my muesli so I left that out, along with the dates. I added the oats though, and honey, and the probiotic powder. I’ve just made another batch and my house smells amazing!

    Reply
  3. Fiona

    I made this yesterday and am eating it right now! Its the best muesli I have ever had! LOVE IT! Thank you 🙂

    Reply
    • Jordan-Changing Habits Nutritionist

      Hi Fiona, Thank you so much for the positive feedback!!! 🙂

      Reply
      • Fiona

        Do you have the Nutritional Facts for this recipe please? 🤗

        Reply
  4. Jo

    Is it really 12 tsp cinnamon?
    And 2 what (cups???) Of coconut???

    Reply
    • Kerry White

      Sorry for the confusion! These quantities have been corrected now 🙂

      Reply
  5. Susan Marchinton

    How much Cinnamon… Is that 1/2 teaspoon.

    Reply
    • Kerry White

      Sorry for the confusion – yes, it should be 1/2 tsp of cinnamon 🙂

      Reply
  6. Fiona

    would you have the nutritional values for this recipe please? calories etc… Thank you

    Reply
    • kerry@changinghabits.com.au

      Hi Fiona. We don’t provide the nutritional content of our recipes as we take a holistic look at food – we look at the overall quality of ingredients and nutritional density of the food, rather than the number of calories it provides. Hope it helps 🙂

      Reply

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