mymuesli - das mymuesli blog

Here you can read about how mymuesli saw the light of the day in the UK and how it's going to develop. Day after day. Comments and suggestions are welcome as they give us the chance to further improve mymuesli. Have fun reading and participating!

Lilly20.02.2015 | 11:50

Chocolate makes one happy?

Yeah that´s true and it only remains for us to agree whole-heartedly. Sometimes you wish you could dive into a warm and foamy bath tube – filled with the best of chocolate. Although we can not offer that kind of soulsoother a bowl of chocolate muesli is at least as good and joyful as having a hot bath.

Laura´s favourite on cold and grey days is the Cacao Nibs & Nuts Muesli! Prepared with fresh milk it has a wonderful chocolaty taste and does wonders to your soul. The raw cacao nibs give the muesli an especially classy touch – for a perfect balance between sweet and a little sharp with a crispy bite.

Our cacao nibs are from Ecuador and are won from the raw cacao bean by pealing it and breaking it into small nibs. Cacao nibs are the seeds of the cacao tree after they have been seperated from the fruit flesh and contain significant amounts of caluable nutrients.
Did you know that the cacao tree never rest? The tree bears out fruits throughout the year – riped and unriped ones. Great luck for us!

There are some more delicious ingredients in our Cacao Nibs & Nuts Muesli like the luxurious macadamia nuts. Stay tuned, more about this to come!

Lilly04.02.2015 | 12:10

Valentine´s Day – How to make the day of love better with muesli

The new year has just started, the last Christmas trees are thrown away and there is still a reason for celebrating: Valentine´s day! Actually we having still some days left we – more the girls like the boys – got addicted to love, love, love and considering how to suprise our sweethearts.

After a very representing survey (at our office in Berlin we are 16 girls!) we could see what the modern girl in our modern world really wants: no expensive jewellery or big presents. The best thing we could imagine is having a lovely day with our darling. And because a great day starts with a great breakfast we discovered some great ways how to have a great start of Valentine´s day.

Perfect for a romantic, delicious and luxurious lovers’ breakfast and as a particularly creative and tasteful gift: our I-Love-You-Muesli. With crispy crunchy and oat, cranberries covered with white chocolate, sweet strawberries and fruity raspberries this muesli is a welcome thing and really the perfect gift for her or him. You would like to add a personal note to your muesli? The lid has a special insert in which you can inscribe a personal message in a beautiful heart-shaped card design.


Alongside this muesli you can also have some other nice things for breakfast like a fresh pressed orangejuice or pancakes with blueberries and honey or a classic choclate fondue? There are no limits to fantasy!

Our Head of Grafics Nicole is enthusiastic just by the latter and tried her best for us.


200g dark chocolate, 200g whipped cream, 300g fruits

Chop the chocolate finely with a knife and mix it together with the previously heated cream. Put it in a fondue pot. Dip the pieces of fruit into the hot chocolate and enjoy!

Another very nice idea is a selfmade tea bag sharpend as a heat. Have you ever seen it before? Here is an easy step-by-step guidance.


Lilly23.01.2015 | 12:35

5 reasons why I love muesli


1. It´s the easiest way for a delicious breakfast. You only need the world´s best muesli and milk!


2. It takes a bit of chewing and so reduces the amount of the food I´m eating. It forces you to eat mindfully!


3. Muesli is an allrounder. You can eat it for breakfast. You can make your smoothie a bit more delightful with some oat flakes. You can give some muesli in your cookie dough and it will get more crunchy. You can stir it with some milk and get a tasty porridge.


4. Based on oats and not wheat or corn it increases the variety of grains we´re eating and keeps the wheat intake down.


5. Muesli tastes lovely! On every day, at every time!

Lilly19.12.2014 | 12:30

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Lilly14.12.2014 | 10:10

Good morning!


Lilly03.12.2014 | 11:20

DIY – Christmas Decoration

Searching for some winter-like decoration we quarry all stores – but with no satisfying result. So we we did it ourselves. It was very easy and we had much fun. Here are the results:

With these combination of a star and a flower every christmas bush will look much nicer.

These napkin rings look so cute and are finished very quickly. You can also try different colors and material.

Lilly26.11.2014 | 17:46

Christmas-Greetings from Julia

Julia loves the winter spiced ingredients in our online mixer. Click here for here absolute favorite.

And what´s your favorite mix?

Lilly19.11.2014 | 11:58

DIY – plump crumble

What´s better than have muesli for breakfast? But even our team wants to try out some variations of cereal. And Laura just had a great idea: Selfmade crumble with plums!


3 plumps

100g muesli

80g butter

80g grounded almonds

40g flour

4 EL honey

1 spoon lemon juice

1 pack of vanilla sugar

Cut the plump into small pieces and mix them with the vanilla sugar and the lemon juice. Fill this mixture in small bottles. For the next step stir muesli, almonds, honey, flour and butter and put it over the plump mixture. Put the bottles in the oven (185°C) for 12 minutes.

Lilly29.10.2014 | 18:48

Trick or treat!

That´s the phrase you will hear on Friday very often. Children in scary cutomes will travel from house to house asking for some sweets.

We came up with a delicious recipe, which is a nice alternative for chocolate and sweets. For sure the cooking is so simple that you can easily finish it til October 31th.



100g oats

125g butter

1 egg

100g brown sugar

2 spoons flour

100g grounded hazelnuts



Preheat the oven at 180°C. Mix all ingredients in a bowl and shape some small balls. Afterwards strike them flat and put them on a baking plate covered with parchment paper. Bake it for at least 10 minutes. And enjoy!



Lilly26.10.2014 | 11:21

DIY – pumkin muesli bars

Vegetables and muesli? Sounds strange, but tastes better than you can image.

While autumn leaves cover the pathways and the weather gets more stormy, we rediscovered the pleasure and gusto of  a pumpkin. This orange coloured vegetable is so multifarious: used for cooking, used for baking, used for crafting and much more.

We tried our old muesli bar recipe in an autumn-like way.


200g oats

60g flour

60g apple sauce

50g agave nectar

50g honey

50 pecan nuts


You just have to mix flour with muesli and add apple sauce, agave nectar and honey. Give the mixture on a baking tray and push it in the oven (170°C) for about 20 minutes. Cut it in pieces und enjoy!