Kellogg's Muesli and What goes into it
I am a very very breakfast person, it is my comfort meal: a meal that I cannot do without. And until recently, I didn’t realize that more than 20% of the recipes on my blog are breakfast recipes. If that doesn’t speak about my love for breakfast I don’t know what does. But in spite of this, there are times when I want quick and nourishing breakfast and that is the time I turn to Kellogg’s Muesli, my trusted out of box cereal.
Last week, I decided to dive deep into what is actually there in the box that I am eating out of 2-3 times a week. Curious? Come discover with me what makes Kellogg’s Muesli - What goes into it.
Almost 70 % of some Kellogg’s Muesli variants (I picked up Nuts Delight) are made up of multiple different grains. This multigrain mixture contains 4-5 grains namely - Corn, wheat, Barley, Rolled Oats and Rice in different percentages across the variants.
The mixture of the grains ensures that when you take a bite, various different textures and tastes burst into your mouth, needless to say they provide you the nourishment one is looking for. I feel on an everyday basis we generally eat lesser varieties of grains in an urban scenario and Kellogg’s Muesli enables me to include oats, barley and corn in a convenient and tasty manner.
The next block of the ingredients is about 20% of dried fruits (what I found in Nuts Delight and Fruit & Nut). These are all the things that our mums used to talk good about - Raisins, Almonds and dried fruits bits of papaya or more! For me this is why I prefer Kellogg’s over it’s competitors in taste and texture. The crunch of the almond, the soft raisin or the chewy dried fruit: these make up 20% of the ingredients in Nuts Delight or Fruit & Nut and I think I can be sure of finding one of these textures in every bite and that is a winning deal!
So all in all for me Kellogg’s Muesli with skim milk/ curds and a fruit is a delightful breakfast which ticks all the taste, textures marks with the ingredients and the ratio it comprises of. Come join me for a bowl?
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Disclaimer : This post is brought to you in association with Kellogg's as a part of multi post series