Overnight malted muesli and oats

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The first time I had overnight muesli was when Au Bon Pain opened up in Bangalore. It was creamy and delicious. But I’ve hardly made it at home myself.¬†Yesterday was a long day and I just wanted to crawl into bed and sleep. I did the crawling to bed part and then it hit me that I could simply prep for breakfast the next morning. It’d be so easy to just put things together in a jar, leave it in the fridge and take it to work in the morning. Easy, healthy and so delicious!

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Breakfast in a jar

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If you like sweet breakfasts, this should be your go to one. It’s healthy, it’s filling, it’s sweet without any added sugar, it’s got strawberries and it comes in a jar! The last one is optional, of course.

All you need is hung curd, strawberries, bananas, muesli of your choice. If you want it sweeter, add honey to the hung curd.

Layer it in a jar or a bowl. Eat.

I don’t have time to eat breakfast at home. What I try and do is, take it to go. Something like this is awesome to eat at your desk (which I don’t suggest you do). And hey, who doesn’t love a little something sweet in a jar?!

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Yoghurt Mousse with Muesli and Mango

For breakfast while in office I happen to order this muesli, yoghurt mousse with fruit kind of dish which seemed very doable. And so I did. The next day I brought something similar for my colleagues and along with the dish I too became a hit. I understand it’s healthy and everything, but I promise that wasn’t intentional.

Ingredients:
Muesli – 3 tbsp
Assorted fruits – cut up mango, apple, strawberry and the likes
Hung curd – 1/2 cup
Sugar syrup – 3 tbsp (you could use honey if the sugar scares you)

Method:
1. Whip the hung curd with sugar syrup and keep aside.
2. In a bowl tip the muesli in first and top it with the cut fruits, leaving a few for garnish.
3. Now top this with the hung curd mix and garnish with remaining cut fruits.

Serve for breakfast.

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