recipe by Lori Ross
For four servings:
8 oz. apple juice or other fruit juice
2 cups non-citrus fresh fruit (cut into bite-sized pieces if necessary) such as berries, pear, apple, banana, peach, nectarine, plum.
3 cups plain yogurt (thick Greek yogurt like FACE is best)
Pour contents of jar of muesli in a bowl and mix well. Add fruit juice and yogurt to muesli and mix well. Soak overnight or for a minimum of 2 hours in refrigerator. When ready to eat, add chopped fresh fruit and nuts.
Variations: Muesli is good with almost any fruit juice, dried fruit (cranberries, cherries, dates, figs), nuts and fresh fruit (berries are yummy). The chopped apple and pear gave a nice crunch though, so you may want to add a crunchy and a soft fruit. Some people use flavored yogurt instead of plain and eliminate the sweetener from the recipe. In winter, grill, sauté or broil a fresh banana with some butter and brown sugar to top your muesli off with this warm treat.