The original breakfast muesli was invented by and named agter Maximilian Bircher-Benner. The Swiss physician made it for his patients, but it is now a breakfast staple. Today muesli has developed into a type of cereal we have with milk, straight from a box. The early 20th century version, however, was soaked in water with apple and yoghurt, and left over night.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes, plus soaking time
Cooking Time: N/A
Ingredients 200g porridge oats
200g goats' yoghurt
2 tbsp baobab powder (or sweetener - optional for extra sweetness)
Pour water over the oats in a seal able tub.
Slice the strawberries, grate the apple, and stir in with the yoghurt and baobab powder.
Seal the tub, put in the fridge, and leave overnight.