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The Muesli Man

Muesli isn't just for hippies and "crunchy" types anymore. It fills the cereal aisle in the grocery store and is often considered a staple of a healthy diet. And now, the bad news: muesli does not fit into a low-carb diet!

Processed cereals usually contain lots of sugar. Even if you make your own at home, oats, barley, spelt, and rye just have too many carbs.

Muesli to serve 2:

250 g_(10 oz)yogurt
100 g_(4 oz)crushed flaxseed
250 g_(10 oz)pureed berries
50 g_(2 oz)chopped or grated almonds
sweetener

But if you love cereal, there is a way out. Shredded flaxseed tastes a lot like oatmeal and has almost zero carbs. My wife regularly eats this low-carb muesli for breakfast. Here is her recipe:

Soak the flaxseed in yogurt or curd cheese until it swells slightly (about 15 minutes), so that it will be softer and have more flavor. I prefer soy yogurt, since I like the taste and it has fewer carbs. Low carb MüsliFresh berries such as raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, or blueberries are a nice addition. You can also experiment with flavors like vanilla, lemon, or orange, especially in winter when fresh berries aren't available. A little cinnamon or cocoa powder will make the muesli a true "winter wonderland". Then add the almonds. We think they taste best when coarsely ground in a hand mill. If you use enough, the muesli will be very filling!

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