Can you eat muesli without milk?

In this brief article, we will answer the question,”Can you eat muesli without milk?” We will look at the nutritional value of muesli and some ways that you can eat muesli. We will also discuss some non-dairy alternatives that can be used in muesli.

Can you eat muesli without milk?

Yes, you can muesli dry without any milk or other liquid dairy products such as yogurt. Muesli is a breakfast cereal that is a blend of rolled oats, nuts, seeds and dried fruits. It is a very nutritious breakfast cereal which is rich in fiber and protein.

What is the nutritional value of muesli?

For a serving size of 1 cup of muesli, muesli will typically contain nutrients as below:

  • Calories: 288
  • Protein: 8 g
  • Fat: 4 g
  • Saturated: 1 g
  • Monounsaturated: 2 g
  • Polyunsaturated: 1 g
  • Carbohydrate: 67 g
  • Sugar: 25 g
  • Fiber: 6 g

What are some alternatives of dairy milk that can be used in muesli?

Soy milk

Soy milk is a good milk alternative if you are allergic or have lactose intolerance. It is an excellent source of protein however it is low in calcium but you can look for a brand that is fortified with calcium.

Oat milk

The advantage with oat milk is that it can be made at home. It also has a taste preferred by some people which can be described as neutral and slightly sweet. It is also very economical because it can be made from home.

Almond milk – sweet plant drink

Almond milk has a good nutty taste and can be added to muesli to boost vitamins such as Vitamin E. Almond milk is also gluten free and can be consumed with people with lactose intolerance.

Grain milks (oat, rice, quinoa)

Grain milks are made with grains such as oats, rice and quinoa with some additional ingredients added to improve on the flavor and texture. The downside is that these additional ingredients are usually low in protein and calcium so it is advisable that you add some nuts to your muesli.

Rice milk 

Rice milk is low in allergens as it is plant based and is therefore suitable for people who have allergies. It is also neutral in taste and has high calories content and low protein content when compared to other milk drinks.

Hemp milk

Hemp milk is another good alternative to be used in muesli. It however contains more fat with less carbs in sugar form. It is economical as it can be produced at home.

What are some ways that I can eat muesli?

Chocolate Muesli toast

Chocolate muesli toast is perfect for breakfast as well as dessert. If you have a sweet tooth you can grab and eat some to satisfy your cravings. It is also quite simple to prepare and takes about 5 minutes tops.

Muesli cookies

Yes, you can bake some muesli cookies and they are delicious as they are healthy. To prepare muesli cookies follow the below instructions:

  • Preheat your oven to 170 degrees celsius and whisk together a combination of eggs, butter, about 100 grams and a half cup of honey.
  • Combine a half cup of flour and some 3 cups of muesli and throw in the butter. Once you find the dough to be ready, let it sit for some 15 minutes.
  • Proceed to make some small dough balls and put them on the baking tray.
  • Let them bake for 10 minutes and cool them at room temperature.
  • Bake them for 10 minutes and cool them down.
  • Enjoy your healthy cookies in the evening.

Eat muesli raw

Yes, you can eat muesli raw in a bowl as a snack. There are many people who enjoy it when raw and you get to reap the benefits. 

As a topping

You can also eat muesli as a topping. You can add it into your smoothies, shakes and fruit parfaits. It is a great addition to people who enjoy having a crunch to their dishes and even assist in making it taste better.

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Conclusion

In this brief article, we have answered the question,”Can you eat muesli without milk?” We have looked at the nutritional value of muesli and some ways that you can eat muesli. We have also discussed some non-dairy alternatives that can be used in muesli.

Citations

https://www.wellcurve.in/blog/how-to-eat-muesli-in-healthy-and-creative-ways/

Hi, I am Charlotte, I love cooking and in my previous life, I was a chef. I bring some of my experience to the recipes on this hub and answer your food questions.