Himbeer Granatapfel Dinkel Crunchy Müsli mit Cashewkernen.
Himbeer Granatapfel Dinkel Crunchy

raspberry and pomegranate spelt crunchy

When grain meets super-fruits you'll experience just how versatile spelt can really taste. We like to serve the grain as spelt quinoa crunchy, spelt pops of as pure spelt flakes. Partnered with plump raspberries, cashews and pomegranate seeds the grain becomes a vegan, palm oil free magic muesli creation! 

1x for £7.90
£13.74/1kg | incl. VAT. | excl. delivery charge
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4x for £29.90
£13.00/1kg | incl. VAT. | excl. delivery charge
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6x for £43.90
£12.72/1kg | incl. VAT. | excl. delivery charge
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Ingredients (100% organic)

mymuesli contains organic ingredients only and does without any colourings, flavourings or flavour enhancers. Always. Promise.

Raspberry Pomegranate Spelt Quinoa Crunchy is an organic muesli with these delicious ingredients:

Nutrition values

per 100g
Caloric value 400 kcal / 1675 kJ
Fat 14.8g
...thereof saturated fatty acids 2.7g
Carbohydrates 48.9g
…of which sugar 15.4g
Fibre 11.1g
Protein 12.1g
Salt 0.05g

List of ingredients

spelt-quinoa-crunchy (33%) (spelt flakes, rice syrup, sunflower oil, quinoa flour, wholemeal spelt flour), sunflower seeds, dried date cubes, spelt flakes (10%), oat flakes, cashew kernels (7%), plantago seeds, puffed spelt (3%), freeze-dried strawberry pieces, freeze-dried raspberries (2%), freeze-dried pomegranate seeds (2%), rice flour.
May contain traces of other nuts peanuts, soya, lupin, sesame seeds and milk.

Taste flower

Our taste flower shows you what you can expect in terms of taste and consistency.
  • sweet
  • crispy
  • sour
  • mushy
  • fruity

spelt: more than a hipster trend

Spelt coffee, spelt beer or even spelt Prosecco - it is not only in Berlin that spelt is often rediscovered as a trendy hipster grain. It is one of the oldest grains of all: the first finds date back more than 6000 years. Thus the spelt is even older than the well-known wheat. And it also has some advantages when it comes to cultivation, for example it is winter-hardy and generally relatively tough. Because of the spelt grain is protected by the the so-called spelt, they are particularly well protected from undesirable environmental influences - ideal for organic cultivation. Why should you also "spelt"? It has a unique, slightly nutty taste!

knuspriges Müsli mit frischen Erdbeeren.

where is the spelt grown

Spelt is grown less than wheat in Germany and other Northern European countries. Particularly popular growing areas have always been Franconia and Swabia, also recognisable by place names such as Dinkelsbühl or Dinkelhausen as well as the variety "Schwabenkorn". Our spelt therefore comes from very different regions of Germany - not far from our muesli manufactory. 

Cashewkerne und Oat-Crunchy als Müsli-Basis.

Why isn't there more spelt?  Due to its more robust structure, spelt is more complex to process than wheat. But that is a completely different topic... for our organic muesli, of course, taste is priority. Anyone who knows our organic spelt flakes or the delicious spelt crunchy knows what we are talking about. Do you?