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February 14, 2013
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Wuhuu… I just ordered Delirium by Lauren Oliver from Amazon. I can’t wait to get it.

I really enjoy reading and lately I’ve fallen completely for dystopian YA books. Yesterday I finished the 2nd book in the Divergent trilogy by Veronica Roth. The trilogy is amazing! But then I realized the 3rd and last book in the series isn’t released until the 22nd of October… Gosh… I can’t wait for such a long time!

But in the meantime I will look forward to reading all the other books on my to-read list. First of all; Delirium.

Oh, and if you should be looking for a good book: I highly recommend reading Divergent – it’s great!

Another thing which’s great is granola muesli (yeah, I know, quite a big digression from the above subject :-P ).

Some posts ago I mentioned I had been to a brithday brunch with some friends. It was great – mostly being together with some great friends but also the food. The hostess/ birthday girl had made a great granola muesli. It was very delicious. We all complimented it and I asked for the recipe. So my sweet friend sent me a link when I came home.

She had made a few changes and I’ve included all of them – and I have made some myself.

Often when you find a recipe on granola it calls for several cups of oil and loads of sugar. But surprisingly – and I say surprisingly because it tastes SO good – this recipe only calls for a very little.

And it’s super easy to make!

Granola Muesli
Inspired by this recipe by Foods For The Soul

Preheat oven to 325°F / 160° C.
Crush the All-Bran roughly and mix all dry ingredients in a big bowl.
Mix honey, syrup, oil and water (& eventually additional sweetener) in a small pot. Carefully bring the mixture to the boil. Boil for 2-3 minutes stirring frequently.
Pour the syrup mixture over the cereal mix and mix well. Pour the muesli out on a baking sheet with nonstick paper. Bake for 20-25 minutes stirring every 8-10 minutes. 
The granola shouldn’t be completely dry whilst in the oven. It’ll harden up once cooled. 
Store in an airtight conatiner.

2 responses to “Granola Muesli”

  1. Purabi Naha says:

    How wonderful and simple this breakfast idea is! I loved your photography and the recipe is truly a keeper!! http://cosmopolitancurrymania.blogspot.in

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