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Bob's Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli Cereal, 40-ounce (Pack of 4)
- Case of Four, 40 oz. bags (10 lbs. total)
- Vegan; Vegetarian; 100% Whole Grain; Kosher Pareve
- No added sugar
- Whole grain ingredients
- Good source of dietary fiber; 4g protein per serving
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Size: 40 Ounce (Pack of 4)
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Reasons to Love Old Country Style Muesli
- Whole grain cereal
- Good source of fiber
- 18 g whole grains per serving
- 5 g sugar per serving
- 4 g protein per serving
- Eat hot or cold
- Add to baked goods
- Available in 18oz. and 40oz. bags
Bob’s Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli
Good Food is the Best Medicine
Muesli was invented over a century ago by Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner, a man who was way ahead of his time when it came to understanding the health benefits of whole grains. He knew that good food is the best medicine, so he created a blend of hearty whole grains, fruit and nuts to nourish his patients. Inspired by Dr. Bircher-Benner’s creation, Bob’s Red Mill Old County Style Muesli is made with a combination of five flavorful rolled whole grains—oats, wheat, barley, rye and triticale. Dates and raisins add sweetness; sunflower seeds, almond slices and walnut pieces add crunch; and flaxseed meal gives an extra nutritional boost. For a wholesome breakfast, eat muesli as a cold cereal with milk or yogurt. For a hearty hot meal, cook muesli on the stovetop like oatmeal.
Breakfast Muesli Bars
This recipe was developed especially for Bob’s Red Mill by renowned whole grain specialist Lorna Sass.
Preheat oven to 350° Fahrenheit . Lightly oil an 8-inch square baking pan.
Bring 1 cup water to a boil. Turn off the heat and mix in honey, orange zest, orange juice concentrate, oil, salt and cinnamon. Stir in muesli, oat flour, baking powder, baking soda and cranberries.
In a small bowl, combine flaxseed meal and 1/4 cup water. Stir until mixture thickens. Fold flax mixture and orange zest into the muesli mixture.
Press dough into the baking pan and even off the top. Bake until the sides a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean, 40 to 45 minutes. Makes 12 bars.
- Recipe copyright Bob’s Red Mill 2015.
- 1 + 1/4 cup Water, divided
- 1/4 cup Honey
- 3 Tbsp Orange Juice Concentrate
- 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 1/2 tsp Sea Salt
- 1/2 tsp ground Cinnamon
- 1-1/2 cups Old Country Style Muesli
- 1/2 cup Whole Grain Oat Flour
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
- 1/4 tsp Baking Soda
- 1/3 cup Dried Cranberries
- 3 Tbsp Flaxseed Meal
- 2 tsp Orange Zest
About Bob's Red Mill
Founded in 1978 by Bob Moore (the man whose picture is on every package!), Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods is a leader in nutritious, organic, gluten-free and stone ground foods. Their mission to promote 'whole grains for every meal of the day' is backed by a diverse line featuring hundreds of products including whole grains, flours, cereals, baking mixes, beans, seeds and more. With a dedicated gluten-free manufacturing facility, strict quality control protocols and an in-house gluten testing laboratory, Bob’s Red Mill is a trusted source for safe gluten-free products. Bob’s Red Mill is based in Milwaukie, Oregon.
Whole grain wheat, date crumbles, sunflower seeds, raisins, whole grain rye, whole grain barley, whole grain oats, whole grain triticale, flaxseed, almonds and walnuts
For a delicious and satisfying cold snack, lunch or meal, soak 1/4 cup Bob's Red Mill Old Country Muesli in 1/2 cup yogurt for 5 to 10 minutes (or overnight like the Swiss do) and enjoy! Also, try it in fruit juice or milk. Makes 1 serving. For a wonderful different hot cereal, add 1/2 cup Muesli to 1/2 cup water or milk and bring to a boil; simmer 3 to 5 minutes. You an also microwave, covered in a large bowl on high for 3 to 5 minutes. Makes 2 servings. Keeps best refrigerated or frozen.
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Top Customer Reviews
Since the stores in my area do not carry decent müeslis (Trader Joe's has a "blueberry" müesli, whose "blueberries" are actually blueberry-flavored cranberries...), I tried to order online, and ran into this product on Amazon, which I ordered based on the reviews.
It turned out to be a lucky choice. Bob's Red Mill müesli is the way müesli should be: a short list of ingredients (10), none of which require a degree in chemistry to understand. A mix of cereals and nuts, to which a delicious combination of dried fruit add a wonderful fruitiness and a subtle sweetness. Great with cold and warm milk, yoghurt, or as a base for a Bircher-style müesli.
This müesli ranks right there with some of the best stuff you can buy in Switzerland, and if you have ever had müesli there, you know this is no small praise.
One of my favorite aspects to this mix is its much softer than granola, which is what I usually eat with my yogurt. I usually have to wait a few minutes for granola to soften up a bit but that isn't necessary with this mix. It has a great texture right out of the package and it ultimately gives it a fresher quality. As for the taste, its absolutely spot on. The raisins and dates add a perfect amount of sweetness and the flavor of the walnuts, almonds and sunflower seeds really shine through. Of course, with Flax Seed and 100% whole grain oats it quickly becomes apparent how healthy this mix is for you. All in all its easily one of the best muesli mixes I have ever had and I have tried quite a few. Its important to note that I actually add Manuka Honey when I eat it with yogurt but that is only to help sweeten up the yogurt itself.Read more ›
It's not overly sweet; the dates and raisins take care of any sugar cravings you might have, but they're not so sweet that you feel like you're getting a kids' breakfast cereal. Instead, what you get is a very nutty flavor enhanced by a delicate sort of sweetness. If you want more sweetness, I suggest you add a dollop of honey. That would just put this over the top. I guess you could also use some artificial sweetener, but I'd not do that. Why mess up a wonderful "natural" product with something artificial like aspartame or the like? Yuk.
I love the addition of sunflower seeds and flax, and the oats are especially healthy choices for this mix. YOu can eat this hot or cold, with cold being my preferred mode, but I like the hot version, too. I make mine with evaporated skim milk, which allows for a richer milk flavor without any of the fat. It's a hearty breakfast food, but I think you could also use it for dinner on especially cold evenings when you want something that will "stick to your ribs" and be all-around healthy as well. Oats--good for your heart. Flax--ditto. Sunflower seeds--good source of protein, I think. Dates and raisins--can't go wrong there, but don't ask me to pinpoint a body part they particularly benefit. Heh. Let's see--lots of whole grains here, so you will get your servings of the stuff that will keep you healthy, happy, and "reglar." :-)
I love that this is so healthy a food and that it also tastes great!
I plan to order more Bob's Red Mill products as a result of my good experience with this product.
Amazon's price is an added bonus.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good stuff. We have this on subscribe and save and alternate it with another Bob's Red Mill product. I wish more were available on subscribe and save.Published 9 days ago by budmax
WOW great but DOES have small % natural sugar! Delicious and dissolves quickly and completely. Good mix of natural fruit. Read morePublished 10 days ago by The Old Dog
I am nearly done with my first packet of 4. Great!! Had similar a flight and when I traveled abroad so I knew what I was getting. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Simmdog
We love this muesli - it is full of good healthy stuff and as someone else said, like the European kind, not like what you usually find masquerading as muesli over here. Read morePublished 21 days ago by J. March