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Bircher Muesli Mix
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recipe by Lori Ross

The origin of the Birschermuesli is Swiss-German; the word muesli means “mush” or cereal. This recipe is based on the most delicious muesli I ever had. The restaurant, Hotel Deidesheimer Hof, was in the Pfalz wine region of Germany. Makes 4 cups of mixture. Make sure to include the recipe that follows so that your gift recipients will know how to make this wonderful breakfast cereal.
 
1 cup chopped almonds or other chopped nuts of your choice
1 cup raisins or other dried fruit of your choice (dried chopped prunes, apricots, peaches, cherries, berries)
4 tbsp of brown sugar
4 cups uncooked rolled oats (not instant oats)
 
Layer each gift in a clean, dry jar. Start from the bottom of the jar and layer fnuts, then fruit, then sugar, then oats. Tie a ribbon around neck of jar with the muesli recipe below.
 
 
Makes 4-5 cups





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