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SuperBoost Bircher

Mark Hughes Balsamic, Blender Boosts, Breakfasts, Desserts, Drinks, General, Natural Remedies, New Products, Recipes, Taste products 0 Comments

Bircher, or overnight oats, really is one of the most incredible breakfasts you can have, full of nutrition & slow-release energy to keep you fuelled up post-workout or simply for the day ahead.

And the best thing? It is the simplest thing you will prepare all day; just a few minutes prep the night before gives an instant breakfast to grab on your way out of the door.

Once mastered, tweak it to keep it interesting!

The key to bircher muesli is the soaking overnight which helps to reduce indigestible physic acids found in grains to aid digestion & absorption of this nutrient-dense breakfast.

A low-GI whole grain, rolled oats are known to reduce cholesterol & give a slow release of energy to keep you fuller for longer. This helps reduce calorie intake.
The addition of a teaspoon of our incredible Super Boost blends, or seeds, fruits & even nuts all provide essential fatty acids & nutrients with many health benefits.

If you’re finishing off with grated apple or pear & a spoonful of Natural Greek-style yoghurt, you’ll also benefit from calcium & probiotic cultures for healthy digestion.

Most packaged breakfast cereals are highly processed, highly refined & full of hidden sugar. If you had to add that amount of sugar yourself, you’d never do it…
The different ingredient combos are almost limitless, meaning you won’t get fed up of eating the same thing every day.

Some days, we’re all about fruit. The next, we add raw cacao to get the chocolatey taste we love without the sugar or fat.

Here’s our basic method for a classic Bircher. Use it as the blank canvas to tweak it & make it your own.
Serves 2

  • 100g rolled oats
  • 350ml almond, hazelnut or coconut milk
  • 2 tsp Chia Seeds
  • 2 tsp Pumpkin Seeds
  • pinch of sea salt
  • 1 tsp local honey or maple syrup (optional)
  • apple or pear (optional)
  • pinch of Vanilla powder (optional)
  • 1 tbsp Greek style natural yoghurt (optional)
  1. add everything except the grated apple & yoghurt to a bowl & stir well
  2. cover & place in the fridge overnight
  3. grate the apple or pear into the bowl, add the yoghurt & enjoy
It so easy to tweak this according to taste. Try adding any or all of the following ingredients at the beginning for extra flavour:

You can use regular (dairy) milk should you prefer, but do give one of these plant-based milks a try for healthier alternative. Just make sure you use the ‘unsweetened’ versions. Even if you’re an almond milk ‘virgin’, once you’ve used it for this recipe, you won’t go back to dairy, it’s that good.
In the colder months, try heating in the microwave for a couple of minutes. Delicious!

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