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RECIPE


Our thanks to Jenny Moloney of Moral Fibre for this healthy start to the day. www.moralfibrefood.com


BIRCHER MUESLI


Ingredients  1 cup oats  1 cup milk  1 mashed banana  6 chopped dates  1 tbsp dessicated coconut (optional)  A handful of chopped nuts – pecans, almonds and walnuts, for example


Method


• Soak the oats in the milk for at least 15mins, or overnight if you want to give yourself a head start. • Add the rest of the ingredients, stir and eat as is or with a topping of fresh berries.


Jenny advises that you use gluten-free oats, ‘as they are lighter on the stomach’, but ‘normal jumbo oats taste just as good’. She also suggests you experiment with milk: cow’s, soy, almond or coconut. Although the recipe is quite simple it is versatile and, she says, super-charged. ‘Not adding any sugar will ward off those mid-morning and afternoon cravings,’ she says.


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