Serve with your favourite plant-based milk – I love to use Oatley as it’s rich and creamy, it feels a bit like having dessert for breakfast. This also makes a great (if a little sticky) snack, pop a few spoonfuls into a bowl or container to take to work or pack for school lunches.
Pop into an airtight jar or container and this will stay fresh for about two weeks, it might keep longer but mine doesn’t last long enough to test that out.
So was it cheaper than my packaged fave?
Costing breakdown based on prices from The Source.
- ½ cup Macadamias $3.80
- ½ cup Cranberries $2.70
- 1 cup Honey $1.90
- ½ cup Sultanas $1.20
- ½ cup Coconut oil $.80
- ½ cup Shredded coconut $1.30
- ½ cup Pumpkin seeds $1.50
- 2 cups Buckwheat $1
- 2 cups Puffed rice $1
Total: $15.20 for 1.2kg– The packaged brand that I love is $33.50 for 1kg so winning for savings! It’s also healthy, no processed ingredients and I feel like it’s comparable price-wise to the better quality mueslis you can find in Coles or Woolies. I’ve made this half a dozen times now and it’s become a breakfast favourite.