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Muesli4Me – Now in Gluten Free

Gluten Free Muesli4Me sample

A week or so ago I received a sample of the new Gluten Free base from Muesli4Me mixed with a couple of my new awesome in my breakfast fruits – cranberries and figs, as I’d asked them if they were going to put out a GF base given the amount of people that have to have gluten free… such a market for them.

The Gluten Free base contains puffed millet, puffed rice, rice bran, sunflower seeds and roast buckwheat “for a delicious nutty flavor”. I should have had it with yoghurt (which I didn’t… ) which would have prevented the eeep it’s going to go soggy! issue. It tasted nice, just had to adjust the liquids accordingly with the puffs.

I also got to try their Go Crunchy base, which they list as “sweet and crunchy made from oats, almonds, pepitas, coconut, milk, sugar and vegetable oil” which it certainly tasted like! It’s a complete cereal in itself, though I’m sure the addition of your fave dried fruit would give you an added bonus… It would probably a sometimes breakfast food for me… delicious, but the sweetness induced guilt ;)

Muesli4me samples

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5 comments for “Muesli4Me – Now in Gluten Free

  1. August 31, 2010 at 10:29 am

    Sounds so good- I love how crunchy and light gluten-free mueslis/cereals tend to be!

  2. jess
    August 31, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    I like the look of the figs in the gluten free, but I think I would prefer the other base, I am not really into light puffs.

    • September 1, 2010 at 7:08 am

      The beauty of course is that you can get figs with ANY of the bases this way :) I like to start with plain oats and build up

  3. September 1, 2010 at 10:24 am

    yummmm this and your other muesli posts make me want to try muesli for breakfast! I usually just have toast…

    • September 1, 2010 at 8:47 pm

      good to mix things up a little!

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