Muesli, delicious and memorable dessert – (video + Swiss food recipe)
Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world, with income $39,000 for each person per year. Switzerland is a multilingual country with four languages spoken in German, French, Italian and Romanian. Switzerland has a long history of neutrality in global affairs, since it has not entered into any war since 1815. It is home to many international organizations such as the Red Cross and the World Trade Organization. One of the two European Union offices in the United States is also in Geneva. Muesli is one of recipes from this country but it has differences with Kanelbulle.
Muesli is the most complete ready-to-eat healthy breakfast and Swiss food recipe that contains whole grains, B vitamins, dried fruits and nuts. The presence of whole grains in Muesli makes the blood sugar level stable for hours longer, allowing the person to work long hours without hunger.
In our lives, we often overeat, high fat, too much sugar, too much salt and foods that have very little fiber. This Swiss food recipe with its cereal bran and high natural fiber, the fruits and essential vitamins for the body and fat and sugar, can largely correct this mischief in nutrition.
In general, the benefits of this Swiss food recipe are as follows:
- Balances in protein, fat and carbohydrates
- Recommended and approved by doctors and nutritionists
- Easy digestion and prevent excessive pressure on the digestive tract
- Blood glucose regulator
- Helping to adjust body weight
- It has complex carbohydrates and whole grains
- Without cholesterol and suitable for people who follow vegetarian diets
- As a complete meal with milk
- Yogurt 1 cup
- Wheat seed powder ½ cup
- cinnamon powder 2 teaspoon
- 2 strawberry
- Milk ½ cup
- Raisin 3 tablespoon
- Apple ½ cup
- Walnut, nutmeg, flake Almond
First, mix yogurt and powder of Wheat and raisins and a little nutmeg and place in the container in a fridge box. Mix and serve the next day with milk and dried fruit and flake Almond.
Muesli is in group of pie and gratin. You can serve muesli at snacks – desserts. Enjoy this Swiss food recipe!