photo cred Cat               May I introduce you to a family classic.   The No-Cook muesli - so simple yet so delish.  If memory serves me right, my Mom & Dad got this recipe from a B&B over 30 years ago, and it still gets made on a weekly basis. It's muesli the entire family can enjoy. If you're not into cow's milk, try some almond milk or goat's milk or better yet some homemade nut milk - I bet it's just as good.  This recipe yields 3 heaping, 1 cup servings. The base is simply: 2 cups organic almond milk, goat's milk, nut milk 1.5 cups organic quick oats .5 cups organic old fashion oats 1 tbsp cinnamon Add all ingredients to a bowl, mix, cover and refrigerate over night and presto in the morning it's good to go. Over the years I have added the following: flaxseed, hemp hearts, raisins and every fresh and frozen fruit under the sun.  So be creative and let me know your secret ingredient.

Photo Cred Cat Here is the breakfast muesli I make on a Sunday and will last all week (and Kods eats it too).  This is a very loose recipe as I usually just eyeball the amounts.  It's all good stuff so a little bit more or less, here or there, works too. Makes  approx. 10-12 servings (heaping 1/3 cup of muesli to 1 cup of hot water) 1/2 pack chia seeds (150 g) 1 1/2 cup organic large flake oats 1 tsp ground vanilla bean OR vanilla extract 1 tbsp cinnamon 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds 1/2 cup coconut flakes 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/3 cup goji berries 1/2 cup dried cranberries Hand mix all ingredients together and store in glass container on counter or fridge.