Home-made coffee muesli

There are two types of people out there – those who never eat breakfast (no, coffee is not a real breakfast), and those who will use any excuse to eat a full breakfast everyday. With coffee muesli, you can eat your coffee in a delicious breakfast. It wakes you up in no time, is sweet, delicious, and very easy to make. This recipe will teach you how to make a coffee breakfast with plain white chocolate and finely-ground coffee.

 

Home-made coffee muesli

 

 

Coffee muesli ingredients:

 

– 300 grams of oat or wheat flakes
– 2 teaspoons of Humani-T Organic Coffee
– 1 teaspoon of powdered carob
– 150 grams of white chocolate (for cooking)
– 50 grams of chopped nuts – optional (walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts)

Break chocolate into pieces and put it in a pan over cialis pas cher low fire. You can use a double boiler to melt it over steam if that’s easier for you. Make sure to stir constantly. White chocolate for cooking and melting is the best option. Do not add any oil, cream or water. As soon as the chocolate has melted, add ground coffee and carob, and mix well. The mixture will get more compact and stiff. Add oat/wheat flakes and nuts (optional) and mix well. It should get very crumbly with coffee-chocolate pieces sticking to the flakes. Remove from fire and let it cool down. If there are any bigger chunks left, let it cool down a bit and crumble them with your hands. Store in an airtight container.

 

Home-made coffee muesli

 

Use 30-50 grams of muesli per breakfast and pour milk (or rice/almond/soy milk if you prefer) over it. One serving will contain around 15 grams of chocolate, five grams of nuts and 30 grams of oat/wheat flakes.