Our muesli mix in a mason jar is topped with frozen mixed berries and a little water ~ a simple, sustaining, sugar-free on-the-go meal.
Don’t forget to pack a spoon! The frozen berries will help keep this cold for a few hours, and as they melt, they release their juices, giving you a lovely berry muesli mix that is sugar-free + dairy-free.
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Berry BK Overnight Oat Muesli to-go
2 CUP mason jar with a lid or to-go container.
ADD muesli + water + berries. ADD ¼ cup yoghurt if you like creamier + you want those probiotics.
LID-ON, and off you go. Pack a spoon!
SHAKE IT well before you eat it – it mixes it up nicely and makes it a little creamy.
MIX all the ingredients in a bowl or glass jar.
STORE in a sealed glass container—a great recipe to make in batches.
SWAP frozen mixed berries for any berries you like. I like to use frozen they are more budget-conscious + eco-conscious when it comes to those small plastic berry packets + often much better quality as they are picked and immediately frozen. When the berries melt, they create a gorgeous berry juice that mixes beautifully with the muesli – so you don’t need to add milk or other flavours.
*COCONUT – use shredded or desiccated unsweetened coconut OR crushed coconut flakes
ADD 2 tbsp Super Seed Mix to amp up the digestive + hormone balancing goodness.
ADD chopped walnuts, pecans, cashew pieces.
SWAP raisins for currants, sultanas, cranberries, golden berries, blueberries, apricots, dates or any other dried fruit you like!