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Tropical "CADA" Muesli - GAPS, Paleo, Gluten/Grain & Sugar Free


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Ingredients

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Tropical CADA

  • 2 --- large apples, or 3 small
  • 50 grams Dried Mango
  • 20 grams dried banana, or dates
  • 50 grams shaved coconut, or desiccated
  • 25 grams pepitas, or sunflower seeds
  • 25 grams Brazil Nuts, or cashews or macadamias
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Recipe's preparation

    Tropical "CADA" Muesli
  1. Place all the ingredients into the mixing bowl and with the lid on and the lid locked on the dial, press Turbo for 1 second a few times until the consistency you like.  
  2. Serve straight away or refrigerate until ready to serve.  
  3. Enjoy with yoghurt and fresh fruit or with milk like a 'normal' muesli 

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A great twist on the ever popular CADA muesli. 


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  • Ran out of apricots and

    Submitted by Deborah R on 9. July 2015 - 09:39.

    Ran out of apricots and substituted cranberries, also added lime juice to stop Apple discolouring - we are empty nesters.!  

    Used almond grounds left over from making almond milk.  Added 100g almonds processed .5 Turbo for crunch.  Will be good for two more breakfasts!

    All in all wonderful served with sour cherry Lebna.

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  • Oh my!!!!  We LOVE this

    Submitted by stefjan on 16. March 2014 - 16:34.

    Oh my!!!!  We LOVE this recipe...so quick and so simple, but so very delicious!  Often we don't feel like much for breakfast, but CADA has changed that!  I now look forward to my CADA breakfasts...and sneak some for snacks throughout the day.  It's really yummy!!!

    Janette

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  • Using differnent types of

    Submitted by Stone Soup on 5. February 2014 - 10:51.

    Using differnent types of coconut will yield a different result. I have used:

     

    Dessicated (finer muesli)

    Shredded (my shreds were VERY large so the muesli had a nice course oat texture)

    Shaved (very oaty looking)

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  • I've made a cherry ripe one

    Submitted by Stone Soup on 3. February 2014 - 11:49.

    I've made a cherry ripe one as well, but hubby likes the tropical best as he loved tropical muesli before we were GAPS

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