Categories: Breakfast, Cereal & Granola.
Tags: dairy-free, fat-free, kosher, vegan, vegetarian.
Bernard – July 4, 2015:
Eating this muesli unadorned is a punishment. Only by adding some honey and cinnamon was I able to make it barely palatable. Does fat-free have to mean “tastes like sawdust”?
Sally – January 29, 2016:
I don’t believe that I’ve had muesli before but I was looking for a healthy cold cereal option when we visited Trader Joe’s yesterday afternoon. I had a bowl this morning. As my first time eating it, I think I had too much in my bowl as the rolled oats did get soggy. I’ll do a smaller serving next time. I did enjoy it though. No added sugar except through the dried fruits. Eating it with some sweetened almond milk made for a good start to my day.
joe – February 26, 2016:
But sawdust (ie, low sugar) and whole grains can help to keep you clear from
Type II !! Want to really spice it up? Mix in a little of TJ’s plain (low sugar) Kifer!
Sally, where did you find it? I can no longer locate this product at any of my local retailers!
Not that bad
Made with whole grain oats, seeds, fruits, and nuts.
With red beans and tofu.