How to make the original Bircher muesli recipe yourself
Ready to prepare in: between 3 and 10 minutes!
Moreover, it is low in calories, quick to prepare, vegetarian and super healthy.
To help you understand why we love Bircher Muesli so much and to tell you more about it, we have created a recipe for you. Try it out and we can guarantee that after this meal you will share our love and fascination for this muesli.
The history of the Bircher muesli
To what genius do we owe this grandiose invention? The inventor of Bircher Muesli was a Swiss doctor named Maximilian Oskar Bircher-Benner. It was from him that the famous muesli got its wonderful sounding name!
Bircher-Benner was served the muesli by a dairymaid in the Swiss Alps at the time. The raw food meal at that time consisted only of soaked oat flakes, grated apples, grated nuts, a little lemon juice and a little condensed milk.
He refined the muesli and served it to his patients as a healthy apple diet. This resulted in the Bircher muesli, also known as Birchermues in Swiss German, which is known all over the world today.
How healthy is the Bircher Muesli?
The healthy Bircher Muesli contains vitamins without end. "An apple a day keeps the doctor away!" Dr. Bircher Benner already knew that. That's probably why he made the apple a main ingredient in his Bircher Muesli recipe.
By the way, an average apple contains over 30 vitamins and trace elements, 100 to 180 milligrams of potassium and many other valuable minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, magnesium or iron. Pretty impressive, isn't it?
Bircher Muesli Ingredients for 4 portions
- About 50 grams of oats(best of course from Verival in best Tyrolean organic quality)
- About 600 ml of milk
- Half a lemon
- Four Apples
- Four tablespoons of hazelnuts - you can find them in our online shop in the snacks category.
Bircher Muesli Preparation
- Simply put the oatmeal in a bowl and cover it with water.
- Place the mixture in the fridge and leave to soak or swell overnight.
- In the morning, take the soaked oatmeal out of the fridge and add the milk.
- Squeeze half a lemon and put it into the muesli.
- Then grate the apples into the muesli and stir them in.
- Finally, sprinkle over the grated or chopped hazelnuts.
There are no limits to your imagination. You can improve and elaborate the Bircher muesli according to your taste with other ingredients and fresh fruits such as bananas, berries or peaches. Instead of water, you can also use orange or apple juice. For the vegan version, a vegetable drink is also perfect instead of milk. Just try it out and find out what tastes best to you. Buy Bircher muesli now - have fun trying it out!
Organic Bircher Muesli from Verival
The original Bircher muesli - preparation, purchase, enjoyment
Bircher muesli is, so to speak, the origin of all mueslis - the oldest and first muesli ever.
The original Bircher muesli basically consists of oat flakes, milk and grated apple. Originally, the Swiss doctor Bircher-Benner promoted the Bircher Muesli to his patients as a healthy dietary food.
We have reinterpreted and refined the original recipe. The result is our enjoyable original grain Bircher muesli and the unmistakable Verival Bircher porridge.
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Variations of our Bircher Muesli
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The Verival Bircher Muesli with Heritage Grains consists of original cereal flakes from the whole oat and wheat grains, refined with 3-fruit flakes, raisins, figs, apple cubes, apple flakes and hazelnuts. Heritage grains are a very primal and precious form of grain that we love to use in our breakfast products.
You can enjoy our Verival Bircher Muesli either cold with some milk, yogurt or curd. Or you can prepare your Bircher Muesli as a warming morning meal. Simply bring water or milk to the boil, stir in the muesli and let it steep for 10 minutes. Done!
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For all friends of the warm breakfast, however, we also have our own Bircher Porridge in our assortment. The gluten-free oatmeal is supplemented with fruity-sweet apples, raisins and figs and refined with crunchy hazelnuts, date and apple flakes.
You can prepare the porridge with hot water or hot milk. Let the porridge mixture steep for 3 minutes and you have a deliciously warming breakfast. Or you can make Bircher Overnight Oats. Simply soak the porridge overnight in water or milk and enjoy the porridge fresh from the fridge in the morning.
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