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Recipe: chia seed bircher muesli

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Photo by Sam Vaughan

 

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time12 hours MINUTES

Serves5

LevelEasy


ingredients

80g (1 cup) rolled oats

 

70g (1/3 cup) ground almonds

 

10g (1 tbsp) fine coconut thread

 

 

200ml (1 cup) water

 

200ml (1 cup) coconut cream

 

200ml (1 cup) almond milk

 

 

Good quality unny honey, such as J Friend & Co Beechwood Honeydew

 

50g (½ cup) peeled, grated green apple

 

20g (1 ½ tbsp) chia seeds

 

To garnish

Edible flowers and seasonal fruit

 

Find out more

Read about Khoollect’s visit to Prefab.

Meet Prefab owner Bridget Dunn.

Head to Prefab’s website.

Find Prefab on Instagram – Facebook – Twitter

Photo by Sam Vaughan

 

1

Prepare the bircher the night before you plan to eat it: mix together the oats, almonds and coconut thread.

2

Combine the water, coconut cream and almond milk, then and add to the dry mix. Stir to combine, then sweeten with honey to taste.

3

Add grated apple and stir in the chia seeds. Leave to rest in fridge overnight.

 

 

To serve

Divide the bircher evenly into five bowls. Decorate with edible flowers and seasonal fruit.

 

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Wellington eatery Prefab is a haven of house-made delights – coffee roasted on site, artisan breads and other delicious baked goods fresh out of the oven, and a breakfast menu carefully curated using locally sourced ingredients. One of the least suspecting and most surprisingly delicious items on the menu is a simple chia seed bircher muesli. A combination of basic dry ingredients is allowed to steep overnight in a wholesome elixir – it then turns, as if by magic, into a rich heavenly delight, care of a small handful of chia seeds. When you eat this dish at Prefab, it’s the addition of their own clotted-cream-consistency, smooth as silk coconut yoghurt that really makes this bircher sing.

Recipe by Prefab | Photo by Sam Vaughan

Chia seed bircher muesli

Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time12 hours MINUTES

Serves5

LevelEasy


ingredients

80g (1 cup) rolled oats

 

70g (1/3 cup) ground almonds

 

10g (1 tbsp) fine coconut thread

 

 

200ml (1 cup) water

 

200ml (1 cup) coconut cream

 

200ml (1 cup) almond milk

 

 

Good quality unny honey, such as J Friend & Co Beechwood Honeydew

 

50g (½ cup) peeled, grated green apple

 

20g (1 ½ tbsp) chia seeds

 

To garnish

Edible flowers and seasonal fruit

 

Find out more

Read about Khoollect’s visit to Prefab.

Meet Prefab owner Bridget Dunn.

Head to Prefab’s website.

Find Prefab on Instagram – Facebook – Twitter

Photo by Sam Vaughan

 

1

Prepare the bircher the night before you plan to eat it: mix together the oats, almonds and coconut thread.

2

Combine the water, coconut cream and almond milk, then and add to the dry mix. Stir to combine, then sweeten with honey to taste.

3

Add grated apple and stir in the chia seeds. Leave to rest in fridge overnight.

 

 

To serve

Divide the bircher evenly into five bowls. Decorate with edible flowers and seasonal fruit.

 

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Wellington eatery Prefab is a haven of house-made delights – coffee roasted on site, artisan breads and other delicious baked goods fresh out of the oven, and a breakfast menu carefully curated using locally sourced ingredients. One of the least suspecting and most surprisingly delicious items on the menu is a simple chia seed bircher muesli. A combination of basic dry ingredients is allowed to steep overnight in a wholesome elixir – it then turns, as if by magic, into a rich heavenly delight, care of a small handful of chia seeds. When you eat this dish at Prefab, it’s the addition of their own clotted-cream-consistency, smooth as silk coconut yoghurt that really makes this bircher sing.

Recipe by Prefab | Photo by Sam Vaughan

Chia seed bircher muesli

1

Prepare the bircher the night before you plan to eat it: mix together the oats, almonds and coconut thread.

2

Combine the water, coconut cream and almond milk, then and add to the dry mix. Stir to combine, then sweeten with honey to taste.

3

Add grated apple and stir in the chia seeds. Leave to rest in fridge overnight.

 

 

To serve

Divide the bircher evenly into five bowls. Decorate with edible flowers and seasonal fruit.

 

SHOW MORE
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