Recipe: Rude Health Soaked Super Seed Bircher Muesli

For me, one of the highlights of staying in a nice hotel, is breakfast. I'm a big breakfast person, but it usually involves a quick and simple, hearty bowl of porridge. The opportunity to indulge in scrambled eggs, fruit salad and local bread varieties, is a rarity in my normal routine.

One of my favourite breakfast buffet features though, is Bircher muesli. The overnight soaked oats recipe originates from Switzerland, and it is often adapted to local preferences and ingredients. It is a great oaty alternative to my standard bowl of cooked porridge oats.

I found the below recipe on the Rude Health site. It is dead easy to follow, and incredibly tasty.
"Be seedy and speedy in the morning!"

Ingredients:  Serves 4 (or 2 'cyclist-sized' servings)

  • 200g Rude Health Super Seed Muesli, plus extra for topping 
  • 350ml pressed apple juice 
  • 10g (3 teaspoons) poppy seeds 
  • 150g Greek yoghurt, plus extra for topping 
  • 75g fresh berries (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, or other berries of your choice) 
  • Honey, for serving (optional) 


  1. In a large bowl, mix together the Rude Health Super Seed Muesli, pressed apple juice and poppy seeds. Cover and set in the refrigerator overnight. 
  2. The next morning, mix the Greek yoghurt into the soaked muesli mixture, until well combined.
  3. Gently mix in the berries. 
  4. Serve the muesli into individual bowls. Top each bowl with a dollop of Greek yoghurt and sprinkle on a spoonful of Rude Health Muesli Super Seed. 
  5. Drizzle honey on the top.
View this recipe and many more at (Link)
Super Seed Muesli served with grapes, maple syrup and some Rude Health Puffed Oats


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