This simple recipe evolved from experimentation over the years. I started adding cinnamon when I learned that a small amount a day is good for regulating cholesterol and blood sugar. This recipe makes about 23 half-cup servings.

The Recipe


  1. Put all the above in a large bowl and stir well.
  2. Place in air-tight jars or plastic bags and store in dark cool place or refrigerator.

Serving Suggestions:
  1. Eat with milk or yoghurt or soymilk or rice milk or nut milk (such as almond milk). Some people like to soak the muesli in the milk or yoghurt for a while before eating. I don't usually do that but it's a good thing to do if you have time. (Wallaby low-fat yoghurt is amazing.)
  2. Be sure to add fruit. I like fresh or thawed frozen blueberries or fresh grated or chopped apple or sliced banana.

  1. Use other kinds of nuts.
  2. Use other kinds of grains such as wheat flakes.
  3. Add dried fruit such as raisins or chopped dried apple.
  4. Use more walnuts if you aren't worried about the calories. Yum.

Here's the Wikipedia page about Muesli.

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