This Trader Joe’s muesli is a mixture of dried oats, nuts, fruit, and seeds. It tastes pretty good when mixed with yogurt, and at $3.99 for a 1 pound bag it’s not a bad value in terms of muesli prices. If you haven’t had muesli before it’s basically a healthier version of granola without all of the sugar. It’s also sort of a take on overnight oats but with slightly different ingredients. When you soak Trader Joe’s muesli in liquid it makes the raisins plump up and gives what looks like raw birdseed a little life. Muesli has a good amount of fiber and healthy fats if you’re looking for a healthy breakfast that will fill you up………….
- 250 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Loaded with fiber
- Gluten free
- Ingredients are whole grain oats, sunflower seeds, raisins (raisins, sunflower oil), rice crisp (brown rice, caramelized pear juice concentrate, sunflower oil), pumpkin seeds, coconut, dried apples and sliced almonds
Muesli at Trader Joe’s
The first time I looked at this muesli I thought I should maybe put it in a bird feeder, but it actually isn’t too bad if you mix it with some yogurt and fresh fruit. There are so many different ingredients in it that it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what you’re eating in each bite. What is everyone’s favorite recipe or way to use muesli? I have a hard time deciding among this and granola and oats and all the other mixture similar to this at TJs. What is everyone’s go to in terms of how they decide to buy what healthy mixture? In any case, this is a decent healthy breakfast option as long as you have some yogurt in the fridge…..