If you are looking for a quick and easy breakfast to meal prep for breakfast, look no further than this delicious homemade gluten free muesli recipe. It is fully customizable, easy to make, and it makes a great healthy breakfast.
Grab a container and your favorite certified gluten free oats and mix-ins. If you are new to gluten free and are looking for more breakfast ideas, check out all of my delicious gluten free breakfast recipes.
Muesli has become one of my favorite breakfasts. Each week I mix up a batch with all of the ingredients and store it so that we can grab it for breakfast at any time. If you love oats as much as we do, you will want to try these gluten free oatmeal breakfast bars too!
You get to control all of the ingredients, and you can make it different every week! The most important tip is to make sure you use certified gluten free oats. Whole rolled oats can get easily cross-contaminated anywhere from the fields to how it is stored so please make sure your oats brand says "certified gluten free" on the package.
My favorite certified gluten free oats are:
- Trader Joe's gluten free brand of oats (light blue pack)
- Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Rolled Oats
- Quaker Certified Gluten Free Rolled Oats
- Nature's Path Gluten Free Oats
What you need to make this:
You are going to love how easy this simple gluten free muesli recipe is to make. There is no cooking or prep work. All you need to do is dump the ingredients into a bowl.
Step 1: Add all of the ingredients to a large bowl. Here you can see what I used.
Step 2: Mix the ingredients up. This is a great recipe to make with kids to teach them measuring and mixing.
Step 3: Put it into an air-tight container and store in your pantry.
💭 Topping ideas:
- Raisins, cranberries, and other dried fruits
- Shredded unsweetened coconut
- Seeds like chia and pumpkin
- Fresh fruits
- Freeze dried fruits like chopped apple
Expert Tips Recipe FAQ:
You can use quick oats, but your muesli will be very mushy once you add in the milk or non-dairy milk.
You can cook muesli, but it really would be considered oatmeal if you cook it.
Muesli will keep in your pantry for a long time if you keep it in an air-tight sealed container. If you store it longer than a week or two, the nuts and seeds can get rancid. We usually make a week's worth at a time, which is what this recipe calls for.
If you are dairy-free, you can easily substitute any type of milk with this muesli.
More delicious recipes with gluten free oats:
Gluten Free Muesli
- 2 cups certified gluten free whole rolled oats
- ½ cup raisins
- ⅓ cup pecans chopped
- ¼ cup chia seeds
- ½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut
- ⅓ cup sunflower seeds
- Place all of the ingredients into a large bowl and mix.
- Put into a sealed air-tight container to store.
- This should keep up to 2 weeks.
- When you are ready to eat, just pour some in a bowl and add milk or non-dairy milk.
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