Bircher Muesli with Almond Milk

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Bircher Muesli with Almond Milk

Bircher Muesli with Almond Milk

Posted on 27th March 2018
This bircher muesli recipe can be made in bulk and last two days in the fridge, making it the perfect breakfast dish for the daily service rush.
Makes 10, scale as needed.


500 g White Wings Rolled Oats
100 g White Wings Toasted Muesli
200 g Cranberries
50 g Honey
120 g Sunflower Seeds
1.2 L Almond Milk
120 g Greek Yoghurt
50 g Strawberries
20 g Blueberries
20 g Pepita Seeds
40 g Coconut (Shredded)


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Image shows all the raw ingredients for the bircher recipe

Step 1

Mix the White Wings Rolled Oats, cranberries, half of the coconut, honey, and sunflower seeds together. Stir thoroughly to ensure it is well combined, then refrigerate overnight.

The chef is seen combining the oats, almond milk and cranberries

Here the coconut and honey being added to the mixture

Image shows the two types of seeds being added to the bircher

Poster of oats, fruit and yoghurt in colanders


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Step 2

Select the appropriate plating for your style of business. If you are a cafe, you can serve the bircher muesli in a deep bowl or for a catering business you can use individual glass jars.

The chef is seen scooping the overnight bircher into a bowl

Step 3

Once you have selected your plating option, top the bircher with a dollop of yoghurt. Slice the strawberries in half and place them on top along with the blueberries, remaining coconut, sunflower seeds and pepita seeds. To provide the dish with some crunch, sprinkle the White Wings Toasted Muesli over-the-top. Then, it is ready to serve.

The chef is pictured slicing the strawberries and adding them and blueberries to the bircher

Message from chef Lisa McGill

I really enjoy making this overnight bircher muesli recipe because I can alter it depending on events. If I am catering for a large function, I will portion the bircher into individual glass jars, whereas if I was catering for a more intimate event, I will choose a large shallow bowl. The options are endless.

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