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Orange Muesli Crunch

Okay! So we’re onto the final breakfast cereal. For now!

I adorrrre the flavour of orange in food. I didn’t realise just how much until I started blogging and the word orange kept creeping into recipes!

This is so yummy. Just a hint of orange. Enough to add a scrumptious additional layer to a nutty start to your day. 🙂

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Orange Muesli Crunch

RAW-INGREDIENTSGather Your Goodies

For the Muesli

6 Cups Porride Oats

1 Cup Pecans

2 Cups Flaked Almonds

1 Cup Pumpkin Seeds

1 Cup Almond Meal

1/2 Cup Sesame Seeds

1/2 Cup Ground Flax Seeds

COATING-IN-A-PANFor the Coating

Juice from 2 Oranges

Rind from 2 Oranges (finely grated)

10 Tbspns Coconut Oil

7 Teaspoons Honey/Rice Syrup

5 Teaspoons Cinnamon

MIXING-INGREDIENTS-TOGETHERIt’s Action Time!

Mix all the dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl.

Melt your coconut oil in a pan.

Add the honey/rice syrup, the cinnamon, orange juice and rind.

Pour your hot mixture over the dry ingredients and blend thoroughly.

Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper.

Coat the paper lightly with coconut oil.

Pour your muesli onto the tray (I make 3 trays with this volume of ingredients and they all go into the oven together)

Set the oven to 160 degrees (fan oven) 350-375 F, 189-190 conventional oven and cook for between 20-30 minutes, depending on how golden you like your muesli.

 

Enjoy this with coconut kefir milk and a some fermented berries or fruit coulis or simply on it’s own.

For a bunch of other scrumptious breakfast recipes click here.

Deeeelicious!!! When are you going to make one of them? Let me know how you get on!

 

About the Author Sarah Jackson

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7 comments
Lottie says

Sarah, this sounds too good to be true – I’ve passed the recipe on to the madster….. guess what we’re having for breakfast tomorrow!

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    Sarah Jackson says

    Ooh Lottie! Do let me know if you enjoyed it. I’m about to make some more now and …. add a little twist to it this week. Hehe. Look out for that post. It’s going to be super special! 😉

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Kourtenay says

Going to try this one soon, Sarah!
Need to buy a couple more ingredients and I’ll be off!
Can’t wait~

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Robyn says

I love orange in my water. I love to eat oranges. Not a huge fan of orange flavored anything else though. However, I will share this because there are those who do. Fab as usual

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Wendy Tomlinson says

This sounds delicious. I really like the idea of having the orange flavour.

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    Sarah Jackson says

    Thanks Wendy. I hope you get to try it. It’s so lovely to add flavour with real fruit!

    Reply
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