Oatmeal is boring, granola is too sugary, and traditional muesli requires a day ahead preparation time. These are among the reasons Muesli Munch was formed, to create a breakfast cereal, which all Americans could enjoy. A cereal formed with nine wholesome ingredients in every blend to give a combination of great taste and nutritional benefits. We wanted our cereal crafted with only organic ingredients from nature, as all ingredients should be. Muesli Munch is not too sweet and has healthy fat content from nuts and seeds instead of cheap filler oils. It’s also a versatile cereal that can be served quick with cold milk or yogurt or hot just like oatmeal. Our blends are not only a substantial meal, but provide long lasting energy for the day.
We use 100% whole grains, nuts and seeds to provide a fresh crispy taste, as opposed to many over baked granolas. Our passion and expertise is our small batch, hand crafted breakfast cereal blends, and we are all about quality over quantity. Unlike many food businesses corporations, which grow too fast, over expand their product line for marketing purposes, and diminish their original vision and quality as a result.
Not here, not us, Sean’s Muesli Munch sole mission is to provide a select few, hand crafted top notch breakfast cereal blends, and only change with the tastes and preferences of our fans.
In fact, due to overwhelming customer feedback we are already in the process of creating a gluten free Muesli Munch organic blend. So we are listening. Keep the good words coming. We want to hear your feedback.
Cheers ! Sean
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 and healthy. However, it traditionally needs to be prepped the night before. And to that it's usually made with raw grains (that means unbaked, unroasted grains). The bottom line? More time and less flavor.
My goal with Sean's Muesli Munch is to bridge these two traditions by offering a hybrid cereal with all the quick-to-go flavor of American granola, and all the healthy goodness of European muesli. In other words, I wanted a cereal that would fit what Americans wanted in their cereal without giving up the flavor and fitting our fast lifestyle.
After a full year of experimenting, I came up with an American version of muesli that makes that bridge over to the great taste and on-the-go readiness of granola. Sean's Organic Muesli Munch is that cross-over cereal that is both a healthy and well-balanced blend of 3 toasted whole grains, 3 roasted nuts and seeds and 3 fruits and berries. The cereal is lightly toasted, has sweetness from organic dried fruits and feels light. Muesli Munch can be eaten daily to provide energy without weighing you down.
It's the best of both worlds.
Enjoy ! Sean
While Nature’s Path provides some decent organic cereals compared to the usual fare one sees down the typical grocery store aisles these day, there are still some major nutritional differences with one of the most highly touted health cereals in the US as compared to Muesli Munch. Of course, it's always great to see -- compared to large, nation wide non-organic cereal brands that are laced with all that high fructose corn syrup -- that cereal's like Nature's Path are far better than your garden variety cereal.
But all you have to do is compare Nature's Path nutrition facts to see the difference with Sean's Organic Muesli Munch. Let's take, for example, a Nature’s Path Love Crunch Granola, which is their premium brand of granola and compare it to Muesli Munch's Cranberry Coconut Muesli blend. Doubling the serving size of Nature’s Path (Dark Chocolate and Red Berries recipe) to match Muesli Munch Cranberry Coconut Muesli blend ( ½ cup serving size), and the difference in nutrition content is significant. As you see the side by side comparisons below, also remember that the quality of the product is not even being compared below. For example, as far as taste goes, at Sean's Muesli Munch, we greatly prefer regular dried berries as opposed to freeze-dried berries.
Muesli Munch (Cranberry Coconut) Has Much More Protein, Fiber And Whole Grains!
Muesli Munch also lists 16 vitamins and minerals on its nutrition facts box. Though only four are required, we want people to know the full nutritional benefits of Muesli Munch. Simply go online and print out any Muesli Munch blend's nutrition facts and compare them with Nature’s Path or any other granola out there. We know Muesli Munch will be giving you the best you can get.
"So," you are asking yourself, "what makes it worth me switching from my current brand of morning cereal to Sean's Muesli Munch?
First of all, growing up on an organic subtropical fruit ranch on California's central coast, I learned early on that organic foods are the best tasting, the healthiest and the most beneficial for our ofttimes struggling environment. Here at Muesli Munch we follow that philosophy in everything we do. By creating handcrafted, small batch organic muesli cereal blends that are loaded with high quality organic grains, fruits, nuts and seeds, we make sure you are eating only the very best and freshest. By using steam rolled whole grains, and only adding sweetness that nature provides, and combining the tastiest organic nuts, fruits and whole grains in each blends you will have a unique taste that will give hours of energy and support a healthy diet.
Try each of our unique flavors, Pumpkin Pecan and Cranberry Coconut -- and later this summer Walnut Currant, and have a great start to an amazing day or a really swell snack along the way.