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Makes 4 cups

Fresh or frozen, blueberries are healthy and delicious. As luscious peaches make their last fall hurrah, enjoy them in this time saving cold breakfast for a nutritious start to the day or enjoy as a fibre-rich snack. If you have no fresh or frozen blueberries try replacing them with half the amount of raisins, chopped figs, or dates. If using dried fruit, omit the maple syrup.

2 cups              Rolled oat flakes

2 cups              Rice, almond, hemp, soymilk or dairy milk

1/4 cup            Sunflower seeds

1/2 tsp.            Ground cinnamon

Pinch               Lemon zest, optional

1 tbsp.              Maple syrup

1-cup                Fresh blueberries

1                        Peach, cubed

Put the oat flakes, milk of choice, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, lemon zest and maple syrup in a medium bowl. Cover and let sit for 30 minutes or overnight in the fridge. Stir in the blueberries and peach and serve.

Design Your Own Muesli Variations:

Flakes: Substitute Grainworks Organic spelt, barley or rye flakes – or create your own combination

Nuts: Substitute chopped raw almonds, walnuts or pumpkin seeds for the sunflower seeds

Fruits: Try replacing the blueberries with cranberries, bananas, chopped apples or dates