Gluten-free Swiss Apple Muesli (and the Bob’s Red Mill GF giveaway continues)

February 6, 2013


In my previous working life, we would occasionally have off-site meetings at Toronto’s Prince Hotel.

If we started first thing in the morning, we were often treated to this amazing swiss muesli, a nutty, chewy whole grain blend with milk, yogurt, blueberries, and the distinct flavours of vanilla and apple.

Often conference room breakfasts consist of high-fat baked goods such as croissants and bagels along with cheese and fruit platters.  And while we were offered these items, word would quickly get around, and everyone would be after that muesli.

Bob’s Red Mill has introduced a gluten-free muesli that brings me back to that wonderful cereal.  And it’s quite simple to recreate.  The version that I just described had vanilla yogurt, making it somewhat thick.  This is a personal preference thing, and you can either use it or leave it out.  The choice is yours.


First, soak the muesli overnight in vanilla almond milk.  The next morning, add in a dollop of yogurt (optional), half a shredded apple (per serving) and berries of your choice.

What a way to start the day.

If you are gluten-free or you have guests who are, this is a wonderful breakfast option.

This week, we have one fabulous gluten-free prize package available for one lucky winner in a random draw, generously provided by Bob’s Red Mill.

If you are gluten-free, I know you’ll want to enter this draw.  If you are not, but know someone who is, please forward a link to this post, as they won’t want to miss this opportunity.  Or enter and give this as a gift to someone you love who is gluten-free.

Here’s what is in this Bob’s Red Mill prize package:

GF  Muesli

GF All purpose baking flour

GF Hearty whole grain bread

GF Whole grain pizza crust mix

GF Biscuit Mix

GF Cornbread mix

GF Brownie mix

GF Vanilla cake mix


There are three opportunities to enter this draw today:

  1. Answer this question:  ‘What is your favourite gluten-free cereal?‘ in the comments section below.
  2. ‘Like’ Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook.
  3. ‘Like ‘One Cook Two Kitchens’ on Facebook.

Plus, you can go back and leave a comment on Monday’s post, and either ‘like’ Bob’s Red Mill, or simply say that you have in the comments section.  You can ‘like’ Bob’s Red Mill once on Facebook, but benefit from the like multiple times by saying you did on each post this week.

Open to residents of Canada and the U.S. only

  1. This draw closes on Saturday, February 9th, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. EST.
  2. To enter, answer the question above in the comments section, using a valid email address as this is how the winner will be contacted.
  3. Additional bonus entry:   ‘Like’ Bob’s Red Mill on Facebook (just come back and let me know you did in a separate comment.)
  4. Additional bonus entry: ‘Like’ One Cook Two Kitchens on Facebook (just come back and leave a separate comment to say that you did (or have in the past).
  5. The winning name will be drawn randomly using
  6. The winner must respond within 24 hours of being contacted.  If no response is received, the next name drawn will be contacted.

There will be additional posts this week – you are welcome to enter a comment in each post for additional chances to win. Check out this week’s Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-free review and a 30-second molten chocolate mug cake (that is gluten-free of course).

Gluten-Free Swiss Muesli

This is traditional Swiss muesli, soaked overnight. Keep it thin with just the milk, or thicken with yogurt, depending on your preference.


  • 1/2 cup Bob's Red Mill Gluten-free Swiss Muesli
  • 1/2 cup vanilla almond milk (can also use rice milk or regular milk, flavoured or plain)
  • 1/2 apple, shredded
  • 1/4 cup plain or vanilla yogurt - Greek if you like it thick (optional)
  • 1/4 cup assorted berries


  1. Place muesli in bowl, top with milk and stir.
  2. Place in refrigerator overnight.
  3. The next morning, take out the soaked muesli, add in grated apple, yogurt (if using) and berries.

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Shelly February 6, 2013 at 11:42 am

My favorite gluten free cereal is Chex (corn or rice)!


Shelly February 6, 2013 at 11:43 am

I “like” Bob’s Red Mill on FB.


Shelly February 6, 2013 at 11:43 am

I “like” you on FB too!


Krista February 6, 2013 at 7:32 pm

I stopped eating cereal when I had to go GF. Over the years I’ve been making my own nuts & seeds Muesli. On your recommendation I will give Bob’s a try!
PS Facebook like!


Linda February 6, 2013 at 9:00 pm

Like Shelly, I sometimes buy Chex, but I’ve never tried Muslix before (even before gfree) but it sounds yummy!
I like Bob’s and OCTK on FB too!
Thanks so much for dedicating so much time & content for your gfree readers, I love love love all your posts – but the extra care you show by adding “how to adapt” comments is sincerely appreciated.


Blessie Nelson February 7, 2013 at 11:55 am

I love Glutino!


Blessie Nelson February 7, 2013 at 11:55 am

I like Bob’s Red Mill on FB.


Blessie Nelson February 7, 2013 at 11:56 am

I liked you on FB


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