Sunday, September 16, 2012

Muesli Fusion Review & Giveaway

It's been a fun week, because I have another giveaway for you!

If you've never tried muesli before, let me fill you in: it's basically a combination of all of my favorite healthy foods! Oats, dried fruit, nuts, and seeds. Does it get any better? (Well, maybe if you add peanut butter...)

I was recently contacted by a company called Muesli Fusion to try out a few of their different varieties, so naturally, I jumped on board right away. I think I actually squealed with delight when I opened the box.
Here are the individual labels:
Classic Swiss

Athlete Fuel

An-Ox (Anti-Oxidant)
See how simple the ingredients are? "No junk. Just food."

I decided to try out the Athlete Fuel first. It was the cashews that hooked me ;)  When you look at the serving size, 1/3 of a cup seems so tiny for 160 calories. But compared to my regular oatmeal, it's only a smidge higher. And it does bulk up (just like oatmeal) when you soak it or cook it. You can eat muesli cold or hot. I like to eat it cold, soaked in milk.
Right out of the bag

Equal parts milk and muesli

After 2 hours in the refrigerator
If my bananas weren't black and mushy, I bet they would have tasted great sliced on top of the muesli! But as it was, I really loved this combo. Because of all the nuts and seeds, it had some good crunch; and the dried fruit gives it a nice sweetness. I didn't add any sweetener, but I bet maple syrup would be great in it as well.

The next day, I tried the An-Ox muesli, prepared the same way. Unfortunately, I found it kind of bland. It was the first time I'd tried goji berries, and I didn't think they had much flavor. I definitely liked the Athlete Fuel better.

On the back of the Classic Swiss muesli, there is a recipe for Hearty Muesli Bars. I actually had all the ingredients on hand, so I made the bars. The directions said to allow to cool completely before cutting, but I was too impatient to wait, so my bar fell apart a little. Thankfully, I love messy food ;)
I was surprised that they were kind of salty--but I loved them! The flavor reminded me of those almond cookies you get at Chinese restaurants, and the texture was just how you would imagine it to be--chewy oats with crunchy nuts and sweet bits of dried fruit. There were only two tablespoons of honey in the recipe, and I didn't think they would taste very good because of the lack of sweetness, but I didn't feel that way at all when I ate the bar. I actually had to urge Jerry to take the rest to work, so I wouldn't keep picking at them all day.

There are many ways to eat muesli, so I'm going to keep experimenting. You can soak it in juice instead of milk, top it with fresh fruit, stir it into yogurt (I won't be trying that, since you know I hate yogurt!), cook it like you would oatmeal for a hot cereal, bake it into cookies or bars, like above... the possibilities are endless, really.

Muesli Fusion has very generously offered to give three bags of muesli to one lucky Runs for Cookies reader! To enter the random drawing, just leave a comment on this post telling me how you like to eat muesli, or, if you've never tried it, which variety sounds the best to you (you can see all the varieties here). I will choose a winner on Tuesday, 9/18 at 8:00 a.m. (winner will be announced that evening), and the winner will have 24 hours to e-mail me with their info. Good luck!  (DRAWING HAS NOW ENDED)

(In full disclosure, I was given three bags of Muesli Fusion to sample for free, but all opinions are my own).

You can check out Muesli Fusion on their website, Facebook, or Twitter.

235 comments:

  1. I like to eat museli cold, like you do!

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  2. Never tried museli but love hot oatmeal, so would try it that way first. The bars are also a fantastic idea.

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  3. I've never tied it, but I'd love to try it with milk!

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  4. Yumm!! I've never tried it but it sounds great. I would like to try the classic Swiss. I will have to put it on my grocery list. I can't beleive I haven't tried it before. :) take care.

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  5. Never tried it, the athlete fuel or the berry burst sounds good. I'd probably eat it with milk

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  6. I love it cold with milk. I usually eat it right away. Next time I will have to let it soak. Tomorrow I will attempt to eat it with yogurt but like you I am not a fan of yogurt. We will see.

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  7. I have never tried it. I think that I would eat it cold, with milk. I would like to try the Athlete Fuel!

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  8. Those look so good! And those bars sound really good. I may have to get the stuff to make them.

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  9. I love muesli, I eat it cold with almond milk.
    I either make my own or get Bob's red mill.
    If I don't win I will have to buy some to try. Looks good.
    Jennifer Bass

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  10. They all look so yummy, I'd lovee to try them all.

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  11. I've never tried Muesli, but the Athlete Fuel sounds yummy. I love me some cashews!!!

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  12. Never tried, but they all look delish!!

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  13. I have never tried it but my mother in law swears by it. I would try the Swiss and make into bars!
    Kristin

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  14. I've never tried Muesli. I would love to try it!

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  15. I have never tried it, but the Berry Burst sounds delicious! I think I would warm it up or turn it into a bar!

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  16. I've never had muesli. I think those bars look really good, though. I've been experimenting with oatmeal breakfast bars and I bet this stuff would be great! I really like the sound of the Harvest Festival flavor.

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  17. Actually I love muesli hot or cold! Very popular when I was in England.

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  18. These look great! Wonder how different they are from granola? Love the bars too!

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  19. The Morning Zen looks good...I'd love to try it on almond ice cream, my most favorite way to eat muesli. :)

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  20. I've never tried muesli, but I think I would like it cold or hot. The harvest festival looks yummy!

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  21. I've never tried it, but the Harvest Festival sounds delicious! Especially with fall being right around the corner.

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  22. I've never tried it but I think I'd eat it cold with milk :)

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  23. I have never eaten Muesli, but the Athlete Fuel looks right up my alley. I think eating it cold like cereal (actually just what you featured in your post) would be the way to go. Thanks for the chance!

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  24. I've never tried Muesli, but I love your cold oatmeal recipe, so I would try that first. I think the Athlete fuel sounds great!

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  25. I LOVE muesli!! I normally eat it cold with milk, or in yogurt, but had no idea there were so many options! These kinds look yummy!

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  26. I've never tried it, but it looks delicious! I'd love to try the athlete fuel

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  27. I've never had muesli but my roommate is always eating it! I would love to try the Athlete Fuel flavor :)

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  28. Never tried it but classic Swiss sounds yummy!

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  29. They all look delicious!! I eat it cold with almond milk or on top of some greek yogurt! =)

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  30. I love muesli soaked in milk - yum!

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  31. I have never tried muesli, but after becoming recently addicted to cold oatmeal (thanks to you!), I am very interested to try it! :)

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  32. I've never tried it....Harvest Festival and Berry Burst sound good...but I'd try any of them!

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  33. I've never had muesli before but it looks good.

    Ann McKellar Hatch

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  34. I have never tried muesli, they all sound good but I think I would love the classic Swiss.

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  35. I've never tried muesli, but the Harvest Festival variety sounds so good! I love flavors of fall!

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  36. I have never tried muesli but Love oatmeal so this might have to be something try to mix things up :) The Athlete fuel looks awesome, but the harvest festival sounds pretty darn good too... lol. I'm open to just about any of them!

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  37. I have never tried it but always have wanted too. I would like to try the athletic.

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  38. I love muesli! I don't eat it often (usually in Europe!) but prefer it cold. I think the Harvest flavor looks delicious!

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  39. I've never tried it before, but that bar looks so yummy! I have never even thought of cold oatmeal before, but now I'm so intrigued! :)

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  40. I like my muesli like cereal either hot or cold made with milk. I think I'd really like the athletic one!

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  41. I've never tried it, but the an-ox sounds yummy!

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  42. I've never tried it, but I've always wanted to! I'd really like to try the Morning Zen.

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  43. I've never tried it but I think the Athlete Fuel sounds the best.

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  44. I have never tried muesli, but the berry burst sounds pretty good since I've always enjoyed berries!

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  45. I have never tried it, but the Athlete Fuel one looks tasty!

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  46. I have never tried Muesli before... I would love to try Harvest Festival. I love all fall flavors and have been trying to clean up my diet- Letting it sit in milk for 2 hours looks good to me! :)

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  47. Yummmm. Eaten like cereal, but so much tastier!!

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  48. Mmm they all sound good! I think I would try them with yogurt...I love greek yogurt with fruit and nuts so I know that this would be great too :)

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  49. Ive never tried muesli before but the An-Ox sounds good only because i can never pass up cocoa

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  50. I have never tried muesli but I think that I would make some kind of "No Bake Energy Balls" with it. MMM sounds sooo good.

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  51. I've never had it but would live to try it the harvest festival sounds yummylicious :)

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  52. Never tried it, but I bet it's good!

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  53. I've never tried it before, but would like to try use it in cookies or bars or some sort of dessert.

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  54. Ooh! The berry burst sounds really good!! :)

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  55. I have never tried muesli but the Berry Burst sounds delish

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  56. Sounds delicious!

    If its three bags of one variety then I would love to try the Classic Swiss!

    If its three different varieties then I'd love to try Classic Swiss, An-Ox, and Berry Burst! : )

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  57. I've never tried muesli before, but these sound really good!

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  58. I have never tried it and Berry Burst sounds good!

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  59. I've never tired it before but I love oats so I'd love to try something new!

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  60. I have never tried it, but having it warm like oatmeal sounds YUMMY!

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  61. i love cold muesli! i would totally try the an-ox blend; it sounds awesome :)

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  62. I'd try the Athlete Fuel. Hey, if you've never tried it before, microwave your banana (split the peel 1st) for about 30 seconds & then add it to your muesli. It sort of carmelizes the banana & it is so yummy! I especially like to do this when my bananas are riper or not as ripe as I'd like them to be to eat fresh.

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  63. I've never tried it but from your pictures and comments I think the athlete fuel sounds great. I'm in love with anything pumpkin so to see the pumpkin seeds as an ingredient had me wanting to try it!!

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  64. I went on a cruise once and passed up all the eggs, pancakes, and french toast for muesli every morning! i loved it so much. I haven't been able to recreate it, but maybe soaking it like you do would do the trick. The athlete fuel appeals to me the most!

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  65. I've never had it but the Athlete Fuel sounds great! :D

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  66. I think I'd love it cold with milk alongside a hot cup of tea with milk and honey. Yum!

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  67. I've never tried it but I think the Harvest Festival and Berry Burst look great!

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  68. Athletic Fuel sounds delicious. I have never tried Muesli before, but how you described it I would definitely go buy a bag at the grocery store next time. I love how you're able to make granola bars with it too, minus all of the hydrogenated soybean oil. Thanks for sharing!

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  69. Mmmmm lucky you to sample so many wonderful products. Harvest sounds wonderful... because it's autumn and just like you I LOVE it!

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  70. I like to pour warm almond milk over it!

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  71. I have not had this before, but I love oats with my yogurt, so I would probably try it that way first. Those bars also look pretty tasty!

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  72. I like it the way you don't....stirred into yogurt!!! I would love to try it into bars!!!!

    Mandi

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  73. I have only ever tried muesli cold before. I wouldn't mind trying it hot.

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  74. Never had it,would like to try it all ways specifically the bars....i tgibk my husband would like that the best!

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  75. i have never had muesli before, but i'd love to try the athlete's fuel. I am always looking for something in the morning that will give me energy (although i eat after my runs) and keep me full. i'd love to win!

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  76. I've actually never tried muesli, but after visiting the website, I'd have to say I'd be totally down to try the Harvest Festival. It was the pumpkin seeds that sold me. ;)

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  77. I've never had muesli, but I'd love to try the An Ox flavor or the berry burst!

    jordan.dunne21 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  78. I've never tried it. Apparently, stores in Colorado don't sell it. The Harvest Festival got my attention. It sounds awesome.

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  79. I like muesli with almond milk or Greek yogurt!

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  80. I've never had it, but it sounds yummy and i'd like to try it cold!

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  81. MMMmmmm, they all sound so good, I can't choose just one! I think I would like the classic swiss, athlete fuel, and harvest festival. Awesome giveaway!

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  82. They all sound delicious! I love muesli any way it's prepared, but my favorite is mixing it with plain greek yogurt!

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  83. I'd love to try the Classic Swiss soaked in milk!

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  84. Woot! I've never had it, but I'm thinking cold or in bars would be my cup of tea!

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  85. YUM. I think the Althetic Fuel looks amazing. I would eat it cold, with milk or make those yummy bars you made. :)

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  86. I've never tried muesli before but I bet it would be great with almond milk and peanut butter!

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  87. I am such an "eat cereal 3 times a day" girl so I think this would be a delicious variation...and my blog talks about PB almost every post so of course that would be fun to try too :)

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  88. Brittany from KansasSeptember 16, 2012 at 11:33 PM

    I'd love to try the Athletic Fuel. That sounds delightful!!

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  89. I have never tried it, but of all 3 flavors I think I would like the athletic fuel the best. (I love cashews too) the pictures your showed of the athletic fuel one's won me over!!

    Chris Newmark
    "journeytoHealth Newmark" on facebook

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  90. Never tried it before, but they all sound pretty tasty! I think it would taste great cold in milk.

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  91. I haven't ever tried it, but the classic Swiss sounds great! I'd love to try the muesli bar recipe, too!

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  92. I don't think I have ever eaten Muesli but I would be interested in giving it a try and most likely would make the bars Keeping fingers and toes crossed!

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  93. I have never tried it before. Where I am from we don't have "cool" foods. :). I'd like to try the Athlete Fuel.

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  94. I would love to try some; it sounds delicious, especially the athlete fuel.

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  95. Oh flippin YUM! I'd try the athlete fuel mixed into Greek yogurt with banana on top and maybe chia seeds.

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  96. I don't think I have had muesli but I love oatmeal so I'm sure I would love this!

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  97. Did your kids try any, if so what do they think?

    Although in the past, muesli has been to me what yogurt is to you.. I am always willing to try again.

    Any flavor!

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  98. I tried it once in a bar someone made at work. But I think the Classic Swiss would be my favorite. I actually love yogurt so I'd like to try mixing some in there.

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  99. I haven't tried muesli I don't think, but it looks yummy! I think I'd try classic swiss first because of the almonds.

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  100. I've never had it, but the Harvest Festival looks like it would make for a delicious oatmeal-ish breakfast :)

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  101. I have never tried it, but those bars sound amazing"

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  102. I've recently become super fond of oatmeal, so I think I'd like muesli. Harvest Festival sounds super yumm-o!

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  103. I've eaten muesli before just like cereal with milk over it, but I like the idea of soaking it to make it bulk up. The Classic Swiss looks like the one I would like the best :-)

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  104. I've never had muesil before, but the Harvest Festival looks like it would be awesome served heated up.

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  105. I've never tried Muesli before, but the Classic Swiss sounds delicious!

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  106. I haven't tried it, but it looks SO good! I'd let it soak in the fridge with milk, just like you did - mostly because I would want it to feel (and look) like a little more food for the calories. Seriously, the ingredients are amazing! I'm excited to get some (if I don't win it) and try it out!

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  107. I love muesli in almond milk heated in the microwave...yum!

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  108. Omg I had no idea different flavors of muselli existed, I eat my cold in milk, and I would love to try them all!

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  109. I have never tried muesli before but it all looks so yummy!! I think, as a yogurt and oatmeal lover, that i would try it that way first!

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  110. Yum!! I would love to try some muesli! I am a big greek yogurt eater so I think it would be wonderful with some yogurt and fruit!!

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  111. I would like to try the runner's fuel muesli. I have never had cold oats before, but you have posted a few times about it recently and I'm considering giving it a try!

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  112. I've never tried it before ! But it looks yummy

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  113. Never tried it but would love to try making the bars you did.

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  114. I love muesli and I usually eat Bob's Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli. I prefer it cold soaked in plain yogurt...which is unusual for me because I don't like any other cold cereal! Bob's is not sweet, which is what I also like about that brand -- but it would be great to try another brand!

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  115. I've never tried meusli - but the An-Ox sounds good to me - I'm not a huge fan of raisins - but will try them - sometimes i pick them out, sometimes not!

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  116. I'd like to try the harvest flavor. Looks delist!

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  117. I have never tried this, but the An-Ox sounds delish! Anything with cocoa in it must be yummy! :)

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  118. I have never tried it before, Swiss flavor sounds yummy to me...i love cranberries and almonds! Yum! Would you say it tastes like Granola?

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  119. I have never tried Muesli. The Harvest Festival sounds yummy, and I'd like to see what it taste like on my Greek yogurt.

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  120. Never tried this before but the Athlete Fuel sounds delish because I am trying to watch my sugar. I see that that one has the lowest amount of sugar in it :)

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  121. I've never had Muesli but next time I'm in the states I'll look for it. I LOVE eating my oats and granola mixed in with my yogurt. It's like the equivalent of chocolate for me.

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  122. I have never tried Muesli but they sound delicious. I think the one that sounds the yummiest to me is the Harvest Festival.

    Leslie Edwards

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  123. I've never had muesli but would love to try the Classic Swiss, I don't promise to squeal though. Ha

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  124. I have never tried it , but would try it in yogurt or milk. I would also like to make the bars with it.

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  125. I have never tried it before but the Athlete Fuel sounds amazing with cold milk!

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  126. I've never had it, but I think it would be similar to granola? I think the berry blast or athlete fuel would be great!

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  127. Yum, those look delicious! I love muesli cold soaked in milk.

    Katie S

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  128. I have never had it before, but I would probably eat it cold soaked in milk! I love cashews, so the one you mentioned first I would probably love!!

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  129. I would love to try this! I've been eating overnight refrigerator oats, which is kind of like muesli. The Athlete Fuel sounds great!

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  130. Love muesli...usually cold with milk or yogurt...when milk...the last few bites are always the best because I never have the patience to let it soak more than a few minutes!

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  131. I have never tried muesli before. I had heard of it, but didn't know what it was. I am sure I would like it as I usually eat oatmeal and add either nuts or fruit! I checked out all the flavors....they all sound good, but I would probably try the Athlete Fuel one first also. Just like you, the cashews sold me on it!

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  132. I have never had this before but the Classic Swiss sounds like it would be right up my alley!

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  133. I'm among the others who've never even tried Muesli before but it sounds amazing! I would try 'The Ox' just because I love the name! Great giveaway, Katie! Thanks for the opportunity to win :)

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  134. I've never tried Muesli before but "Athlete Fuel" sounds like something I might want to put on yogurt!

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  135. I love museli in yogurt! Definitely amps up the protein and fiber which helps me make it to lunchtime a heck of a lot easier!

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  136. I have never tried muesli but it sounds really good and would love to! The athletic one sounds the best but I bet they all would be good.

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  137. I have not tried muesli, but I would like to try it warm with milk.

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  138. I have never tried it. I would like to try the Athlete Fuel and the Classic Swiss. They look yummy!

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  139. I've never tried Muesli. All the flavors look good, but I think I would prefer to try Athlete Fuel first, like you did.

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  140. I never tried Muesli, but I love oatmeal. I think I would like the one with the most fruit and nuts. Plus bananas on top is a great idea--YUM!

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  141. I would love to get our 11 year old to try it! He definitely needs to eat less processed grains. I "tricked" him into eating sweet potato pancakes for breakfast...and he gobbled them down. So, I bet he'd love muesli!

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  142. I have never tried Muesli but it definitely sounds like something I would like to try. Really trying to eat healthier and this would help! Maybe add it some greek yogurt :)

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  143. I haven't tried Muesli, but the Harvest Festival sounds delicious!

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  144. I 've had muesli a couple of times with cold milk and really enjoyed it.
    Lisa Joyner

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  145. Never tried it, but it looks so good!! I would chose the Classic Swiss :)

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  146. These look so good! My favorite way to eat it is soaked in milk- I've had it that way when in Europe visiting my grandparents. But, I really want to try making it into bars, the way you did!

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  147. I've never tried Muesli, because I never knew what to do with it! Thank you for sharing. I'd try the Athlete Fuel.

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  148. I've tried it hot and whatever kind I had was a little bland. I'll have to try the athlete's fuel cold with milk like that. Sounds good!

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  149. I have never tried but have wanted to. I like the idea of Athlete Fuel!

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  150. I think the "Athlete Fuel" kind would be awesome in the form of a protein ball. I usually make peanut butter protein balls with oats, chocolate protein powder, and peanut butter (sometimes with a little almond milk), but I could substitute the oats for the Muesli and pack some added fiber and protein in there. I saw there's pumpkin seeds in the "Athlete Fuel" also- love pumpkin seeds and they're so good for you! (I'd be happy to post a picture and recipe of the peanut butter protein balls with Muesli if I won the giveaway! New, clean-eating recipes!)

    http://fat-to-fit-ko.blogspot.com/

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  151. These sound really great and the bar looked fantastic!

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  152. I LOVE it cold! I went on a cruise recently and this is what I ate for breakfast every morning. I didn't even know what it was or how to buy it - now I'm excited to try to find some!!

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  153. The Harvest festival looks really good! I like the idea of soaking it like overnight oats and eating it with banana :)

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  154. I'm not sure that I've had meusli before! I think I may have, but maybe I get that mixed up with a granola cereal. Are they essentially the same thing? You had me at the cashews with that one, too! Cheers~

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  155. Hi! Love your Blog! All the flavors looked good - either Athlete Fuel or Harvest festival! I have never tried muesli but am trying to eat better and cleaner, so this would be awesome! Thanks - Tammy B.

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  156. I have never friend it but would love to try the bars that you made.

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  157. I don't think I have ever had it before but I think I would probably love it in my overnight oats recipe! Harvest Fest and Berry Burst sound DELISH!

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  158. I have never even heard of Muesli. If I were to try some I think I would try the Harvest festival.

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  159. I have never tried it but the Harvest Festival or Classic Swiss both sound great! I love granola and hope it is similar!

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  160. Seriously lets just say that I have NEVER even heard of meusli! From your descriptions it sounds wonderful and I think I would like it as a cool treat, but possibly warm in the upcomming cooler weather :-)

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  161. I've never heard of meusli! But, I think I would like the Athlete Fuel as well.

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  162. I've never actually tried Meusli but it looks AMAZING! Though I'm sure they are all delicious, I'm excited to try the Harvest Festival.

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  163. I have never tried Muesli but looks like I would really like it. I also would try the Athlete Fuel first because of the cashews.

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  164. I have never tried it, but that bar looks great!

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  165. I have never eaten muesli, but I LOVE oatmeal, so I bet I would like it!

    ~~ Aundrea Patton ~~

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  166. I would like to try Morning Zen.

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  167. I have never tried Meusli but I bet I would like it. I love anything with oats. I am always looking for different things for breakfast.

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  168. I'd be interested to try making the bars!! They look yummy!!

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  169. Oh I would eat it with regular milk or almond milk - nom nom nom!

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  170. Looks very tasty! I agree, Almond milk would be fabulous!

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  171. I would love to try the Classic Swiss. I've never had muesli before, but have been interested in trying it because of the variety of ways you can enjoy it.

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  172. I have actually never tried muesli before but have heard a lot about it. I think the bars look pretty tasty, I would probably try that preparation first since I always lack healthy snacks :) The flavor that sounded to yummiest was the an-ox.

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  173. I love it with milk, but I will sometimes add it to pancakes on the weekends. I would like to try the bars, they look great.

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  174. Never heard of it or tried it but the Athelete Fuel looks very yummy!

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  175. I've never tried it but that cold, milk soaked cereal looks delicious!! Perfect post long run meal!

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  176. I've tried Muesli, and love it! I'd love to try this brand! :)

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  177. I've never tried Muesli, but I think the berry burst sounds awesome!

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  178. I've never tried it, but all of those options look pretty tasty. I think the granola bars would be awesome!

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  179. I have never tried muesli but I am all about trying something new! Also, I was wondering...What are the WW points plus for this? And do you think it is "worth the points"?

    abrownie76@live.com

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  180. They all sound delicious. I have never tried muesli, but the berry burst sounds divine. These would be the perfect, quick before-class-breakfast of a college student!

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  181. I was in South Africa and we were always served museli over yogurt with passion fruit. I love museli

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  182. I love Muesli! I am not a cereal type of person but muesli is the exception. I love how filling it is.

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  183. I have heard of Museli but never tried it - I wasn't really sure how to prepare it. I would love to try the Athlete Fuel and make the bars you made.

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  184. Harvest Festival sounds amazing!

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  185. I cant go without PB. I usually eat a PBJ for lunch daily. But then again. PB is not one of my weaknesses.. I should try a challenge like you are for myself. Like.. no potato chips... or no picking at food while cooking (THIS is the hardest for me).

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  186. I've never had it before but I'd love to try the Athlete Fuel! :)

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  187. Muesli Fusion looks delicious! I'd probably like them best cooked as bars or in cookies. But I'd definitely like to try them cold, soaked in milk.

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  188. I've never tried it before. I think the Athlete Fuel sounds the best.

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  189. I like it cold with milk, but had never thought of soaking it for a while. I will try that.

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  190. I have never tried it but the harvest festival looks amazing!

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  191. Hey Katie! I've never tried museli before but it sounds awesome! I think I would have it exactly the same as you with the milk.

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  192. I love to eat musli with banana, a bit of honey and yogurt while in Cambodia. It's a conincidece as DH and I were talking about musli last night prior to reading your post.
    It was my staple breakie while traveling in Southeast Asia. Thanks for your blog I have been reading it for a few months now and it keeps me motivated to run!

    Kendra Kurisu

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  193. Katie- I have never tried museli, I am curious how it is different than granola!!!
    Thanks!!!:-)
    ~Laura

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  194. Never tried it! I would love to try the Harvest Festival tho! Its perfect for this time of year!

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  195. Never tried this brand, but I love other brands with Greek yogurt- yum!

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  196. I've never heard of Muesli but I would like to try making those bars you mentioned in your post. :)

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  197. I've never tried it but I would love to make it like my cold oats, with Greek yogurt and milk Yumm

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