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Sean's Muesli Munch® comes in three great blends -- Gluten Freedom Muesli, Cinnamon Walnut Muesli and Cranberry Coconut Muesli! Our organic cereals taste great cold or hot, with fruits, nuts, seeds and 100% whole raw grains. Vegan, salt free, with no added sugar or oil during production, we never compomise on quality. Even better, our resealable bags make it easy to take Muesli Munch wherever you go. Kick-Start Your Day!


Muesli Munch Bananna Muffins

December 30, 2018

Happy New Year's Everyone! Here is a great new Muesli Munch banana muffin recipe to try: Ingredients:  2 cups pancake/waffle/muffin mix1 cup milk (any type)1 whole egg1/2 cup brown sugar or honey or agave1/4 cup butter, or coconut oil (softened, not melted)2 ripe bananas mashed Instructions: 1: Combine all ingredients in mixing bowl and blend until smooth.2: Add 1-cup Muesli Munch and other nuts or carob chips, etc. pumpkin puree, applesauce, anything you like.3: Fill greased muffin cups 3/4 full. Make 350 degrees for 14-18 minutes, or until golden brown, enjoy!

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New Muesli Munch Recipes Just in Time for the Holidays

October 28, 2018

Cranberry Walnut Currant Muesli Cookies (or Bars)  INGREDIENTS:  ¾ cup butter 2/3 Cup honey ¼ cup packed light brown sugar 2 Large eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla  1 cup whole wheat flour  1 1/3 teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt  1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 cups Sean’s Organic Walnut Currant Muesli Munch  ½ cup old fashion rolled oats  1 cup (sweetened) dried cranberries INSTRUCTIONS: Heat oven to 365 BEAT: butter, honey, brown sugar in large bowl at medium speed until blended. Beat in eggs and vanilla. Combine flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt in small bowl and beat into butter mixture until smooth. Stir in Muesli, oats and cranberries.FOR COOKIES: Drop by spoonful on lightly buttered cookie sheet – Bake 10-12 minutes until...

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Compare Us to the Other Guys -- Muesli Munch & Nature’s Path

October 04, 2018

  While Nature’s Path provides some decent organic cereals compared to the usual fare one sees with high fructose corn syrup, there are still some major nutritional differences with one of the largest organic cereal makers in the US as compared to Muesli Munch. Let's take, for example, Nature’s Path New Coconut Chia Granola and compare it to Muesli Munch's New Cinnamon Walnut Muesli blend. The difference in nutrition content is significant. Muesli Munch (Cinnamon Walnut Muesli) Has More Protein, Less Fat And No Added Sugar! It has only 6 grams total sugars, naturally occurring from organic dried fruits, with NO SUGAR ADDED! Vs. Nature’s Path (Coconut Chia Granola) has 9 grams of total sugars and 8 GRAMS ADDED SUGARS. Cane Sugar is...

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Typical American Granola Compared to Muesli Munch

September 01, 2018

     Sean's Organic Muesli Munch is a hybrid breakfast cereal that lies between traditional European muesli and American granola.     Granola is breakfast cereal combined primarily with oils, sweeteners, grains and often a few dried fruits, nuts and seeds that are all mixed together and baked to clump the mix together. It tends to be overly sweetened, overcooked and it really feels more like a heavy dessert.    But American's love the taste of granola and it’s easy to serve.  It also makes a great snack. Unfortunately, it has a lot of calories hidden in its goodness.  It's heavy and is usually prepared with lots of oil and sweetener and lacks nutritional value.    Traditional European muesli is light...

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“Certified Organic” versus “All Natural” Foods -- There is a Difference

July 23, 2018

             Some people say there is no big difference between products labeled “All Natural” and those with "USDA Certified Organic" labeling.  They couldn't be more wrong.  The benefits of buying certified organic foods versus those labeled “All Natural” is truly great and is very important to your health and the health of your family.     Part of being a conscious consumer is knowing the difference between products, products that APPEAR to be just as good as each other but when you look carefully, they really aren't the same.  Being conscious of the differences -- being guaranteed  and not being guaranteed -- will make a difference to your health.  Not all “All Natural Products”  or “Farm Fresh” have...

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