Chocolate Berry Muesli (7 Ingredients)

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Combined with oats, dried berries, and chocolate chips, this Chocolate Berry Muesli is a simple, make-ahead breakfast that suits all times.

巧克力莓果穀麥片 Chocolate Berry Muesli

I became a big fan of muesli when I was a college student, and I still love it now. The multi-grains, dried-fruit combination is just something I couldn’t get bored of.

I used to buy it quite a lot, I mean like 2-4 kilo at one time. But then I found myself sometimes get bored of eating from the same package, that’s when I started to think about making my own muesli.

And for this one, it’s a beautiful combination of berries and chocolate, which I believe is a well-accepted flavor combo.

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巧克力莓果穀麥片 Chocolate Berry Muesli

Ingredients You Need

  • Rolled Oats & Instant Oats: I use both rolled oats and instant oats for different textures. You can also just use either one of them.
  • Dried berries: You can use any dried berries you like/have at hand. I use dried cranberries and dried blueberries this time.
  • Chia Seeds: They provide more texture and nutrients for this muesli.
  • Cereal: We need more variety in texture, and cereal is our best option here. You can use simple, plain ones like cheerios, rice Krispies, or more flavorful ones like chocolate puffs or homemade chocolate granola.
  • Dark Chocolate Chips: You can use any chocolate chips, actually, but most of the time I use 70% dark chocolate chips.
  • Nuts or Seeds: I also highly recommend adding some nuts or seeds to make this muesli more satiating and fun. Here I add some toasted hazelnuts.
巧克力莓果穀麥片 Chocolate Berry Muesli

How to Make Chocolate Berry Muesli

It’s quite simple to make this muesli. Just add all ingredients in a jar and shake it off! (And yes, you can play that song. I’m a Swiftie.)

巧克力莓果穀麥片 Chocolate Berry Muesli

How to Make Chocolate Berry Muesli

It’s quite simple to make this muesli. Just add all ingredients in a jar and shake it off! (And yes, you can play that song. I’m a Swiftie.)

Chocolate Berry Muesli (7 Ingredients)

How to Serve Chocolate Berry Muesli

You can enjoy this muesli in many ways like:

  • serve with cold plant milk with more toppings and maple syrup
  • add fruits, yogurt, and maple syrup (I love maple syrup~)
  • soak it with some plant milk and let it sit in the fridge overnight, like overnight oats
  • add hot plant milk or cook it over small heat for a cozy breakfast
巧克力莓果穀麥片 Chocolate Berry Muesli

How to Store Chocolate Berry Muesli

Like the muesli you see in the store, this muesli can be stored in an air-tight container for a long time. I’ll say 1-2 months should be fine.

If you finish it much sooner, I’ll suggest doubling the recipe so it can save you some time, albeit the total process should be done in just 5 minutes.

巧克力莓果穀麥片 Chocolate Berry Muesli

This muesli is one of my go-to breakfast options because it’s really easy to put together and it can last quite long without refrigeration. Plus, it’s also versatile. You can serve it simply with cold/warm plant milk and maple syrup, or soak it overnight to make a jar of creamy overnight oats.

I hope this simple recipe is helpful. And if you’re looking for more easy breakfast options, here are:

Chocolate Berry Muesli (7 Ingredients)

Combined with oats, dried berries, and chocolate chips, this Chocolate Berry Muesli is a simple, make-ahead breakfast that suits all times.
Author: Nora Hsu
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time0 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: German, Swiss
Keyword: 10 minutes or less, 7 ingredients or less, dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan
Servings: 5 people

Ingredients

  • 90 g (1 cup) rolled oats
  • 45 g (1/2 cup) instant oats
  • 40 g (1/4 cup) dried berries, I use cranberries and blueberries
  • 1.5 Tbsp chia seeds
  • 50 g (1/2 cup) cereal, or granola
  • 30 g (heaping 1/8 cup) vegan dark chocolate chips
  • 40 g (1/3 cup) toasted hazelnuts

Instructions

  • In a jar, add all ingredients and give them a shake.
  • When serving, add plant milk, yogurt, jam, berries, or other things to like. You can also soak them in a jar overnight to make something like “overnight oat”.

Notes

  • Storage: Store in an air-tight container for 1 month.

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