I’m wrapping up our week of beating the breakfast blues with this hero of a breakfast recipe: The Happy Pear’s Bircher Muesli. 
Not only is it delicious, but it packs a punch of nutrients that will carry you through your morning, no coffee included.

The other great thing about this breakfast is that you make it up the night before you plan to eat it and leave it overnight (it’s also known as ‘overnight oats’) and this allows the oats to soak and soften, and the chia seeds to swell up making a really satisfying brekkie. You can even make up a batch and bring it into work any day of the week to add an extra zing to your workday!

The Happy Pear Bircher Muesli


100g Oats
2 TBSP Raisins
1 TBSP Goji Berries
2 TBSP Chia Seeds
400ml Rice Milk (you could use coconut, almond etc. if preferred)
1 TBSP Pumpkin Seeds


Add your oats, raisins, goji’s and chia seeds to a bowl, glass jar or container
Then add your milk of choice and cover it before putting into the fridge.
In the morning add your fresh fruit/toppings such as blueberries, raspberries, grated apple, banana coins or a dollop of yogurt.

It’s really handy to put into a glass jar and bring into work if you’re not somebody who likes to eat the minute they wake up but prefers to eat later.
It also makes it portable, so if you’re going on a long drive or flight you can pop it into your bag and consume it on the road. 
Of course you can just put it in a bowl and eat it the next morning – the choice is yours!

That’s a wrap on our Beat the Breakfast Blues blog series.
I hope now you’re all inspired to get creative in the kitchen and fill up those bellies every morning with a whole variety of tasty nutritious brekkies!

Did you miss our past posts on how to bust the breakfast blues? We can help you catch up:

• Chia Pudding
• Probiotic Muesli and Chia Pudding with Acai Topping
• Veggie Frittata
• Green Smoothie
• Baked Beans
• An ode to Green Kitchen Stories’ Banana & Blueberry Pancakes

If you have any questions or comments feel free to contact me via our Facebook page!

– Emily

*Please note that while we are knowledgeable about our products and nutrition, this blog should never be a substitute for medical advice and attention.

Recipe and photo credit: https://thehappypear.ie

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