- 4 tablespoons rolled oats
- 4 tablespoons quinoa grains
- 2 tablespoons almonds (roasted or plain raw)
- 1.5 tablespoons macadamia nuts
- 1.5 tablespoons cashew nuts
- 2 tablespoons Linseeds
- 2 tablespoons sunflower seeds
- 2 tablespoons chia seeds
- 2 tablespoons organic coconut (no preservatives)
- 2 tablespoons Goji Berries
- 2 tablespoons amaranth grains (optional)
- 2 small pears (or 1 large pear)
- 1 peach
- 1/2 banana
- 1 prune, pitted
- 1/4 teaspoon mixed spice
- 2 drops vanilla essence
- 160 grams full-cream milk
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1. Place all the 'Dry Ingredients' as listed, into the TM bowl and mill for 20-30 seconds, speed 8.
2. Empty the contents of the TM bowl into an air-tight container for storage. This should make at least 16 serves (8 double serves), depending on your serving size (how many tablespoons you use when cooking it in the next section).
I PREPARE A DOUBLE SERVE EVERY SECOND MORNING, GIVING ONE TO MY BABY IMMEDIATELY AND THE SECOND SERVE IS REFRIDGERATED FOR THE FOLLOWING DAY (AT WHICH POINT IT IS MICROWAVED FOR 1 MINUTE).
1. Place 3 tablespoons of pre-prepared milled muesli mix into the TM bowl.
2. Add 'wet' ingredients, as listed. I interchange some of the fruit ingredients from time to time to add variety, but tend to use pears as a base as my baby prefers these. I always include one prune.
3. Cook at 100 degrees for 8 minutes on speed 2.
4. Puree for 20 seconds on speed 8.
5. Pour into two dishes (I use pyrex dishes with lids) so one can be served immediately (as soon as it is cool enough for your baby) and the other refridgerated for breakfast the following day.
You can add more milk into the individual serving dish if need to cool it down quickly or you feel it is too thick. Alternatively you can try adding some organic yoghurt (5am natural yoghurt is my favourite).
I recommend using roughly (slightly over) 2.5 times the amount of milk as you do the dry ingredients so if you use 3 tablesppons of dry ingredients (60g), I use 160g milk. Any less and it is really thick, a lot more and it is quite runny.
Other fruit I sometimes add include: blueberries, raspberries, figs, apricots, apple.
Please note that picture provided was after my 10 month old had demolished 3/4 of her serve and I remembered that I wanted a picture!
Also note, only include nuts in the mix if you have already tested them on your baby and know she/he has no allergies to nuts. I started giving my baby this muesli after 8 months, slowly adding more ingredients (mainly as I didn't have my TM before this time). I would suggest a minimum age to be 6 months and only after nuts have been tested, or just leave these out in the interim.
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