Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Wholesome, Tropical, Regular, Paleo, European, and Whole Grain Varieties Muesli with Paleo Breakfast Dessert Bars Recipe Review

My great readers, I have a wonderful brand to talk about that includes amazing health conscious ingredients. Healthy foods with no added bad ingredients like GMOs, for example, is one of my favorites to explore and discover. This excellent brand is called Bob’s Red Mill. They specialize in making the cleanest and nutritious products to make your meals, baked goods, and so much more in your cooking and lifestyle eating.  


Remember this place called Moms Meet, where I had talked about in my of my articles such as Betsy’s Best Gourmet Non-GMO and Gluten-Free Nut and Seed Butter and also Moms Meet Free Orca Bay Seafood Salmon and Mahi Mahi Fish Fillets with Recipes. They would give you free items to try, and choose particular people such as myself to discover and test these nutritious food brands that we might have known or are getting to know. 

 

They are amazing to work with because the Moms Meet team are always helpful and respond to you right away if there are any issues that were to arise. Moms Meet had the Bob’s Red Mill Muesli to offer, and they had selected me to experiment and spread the word to all of you out there about our experience using Bob’s Red Mill Muesli product. I saw the box sent from Moms Meet at my home’s front porch. 

 

I was, of course, excited to see it was the Bob’s Red Mill Muesli. I especially enjoy how the packages came in two separate boxes. One of the boxes was just for the Gluten Free Tropical European Style Muesli, and the other box had a variety of  Old Country Whole Grain Muesli, Paleo Style Grain-Free Muesli, Fruit and Seed European Style Muesli, and Gluten Free European style. 

They came in decorative reusable zip bags that lock, and in a variety of colors.

 

 Immediately, I had to try them all with my family. My family did enjoy the Gluten Free Tropical European Style Muesli the best. It was hard for me to pick which one was my number one favorite because they all had excellent taste and variation. I did like the Fruit and Seed European Style Muesli the best, and then the Gluten Free Tropical European Style Muesli second, and I did appreciate the other varieties of muesli oatmeal cereal. 

I also had received free coupons to share with my Mom’s Meet group. My group tried the Muesli and all have recently have purchased the Muesli bags by Bob’s Red Mill. I had given them also free bags of the Bob’s Red Mill Muesli I had received, besides allowing them to taste my Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Breakfast Dessert Bars.

 

 Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Tropical Muesli: The first bite I had from this Gluten Free Tropical Muesli was a flavorful tropical fruit delight in my mouth. I could taste the mango pieces with the strawberries, coconut flakes, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, with yummy macadamia nuts that were crunchy and tasty. I was happy to know that the children also enjoy this besides us adults. I usually would have this as a breakfast or brunch meal or treat. I know now why my family really enjoyed this one. It tasted sweet but not too sweet and savory at the same time.

You can get this yummy delight of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Tropical Muesli here.     Below is a picture of how the cooked Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Tropical Muesli looks like. 

 

 

Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Style Grain Free Muesli:

This one was not quite what I had expected. It had no oatmeal in it, but it did have a lot of coconut shavings and some variety of fruits and nuts. I can see clearly that there is sunflower seeds, currants, cashews, pumpkin seeds, sliced almonds, macadamia nuts, dried cranberries, dried strawberry pieces, and dried blueberries. It tasted semi-sweet and of course, it had a very coconut taste. Excellent for coconut lovers (laughing with you). If you are a coconut lover or just like coconut, you can get your Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Grain Free Muesli here. 

 I do like strawberries and blueberries a lot and wish there were more of these dried fruits in it, but it was great tasting combined with the other Bob’s Red Mill muesli oatmeal, your plain Bob’s Red Mill oatmeal for example. You can add it to any dessert you like, and even as a topping for a dessert, yogurt, or cake. 
 

 

 Below is a Berries and Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Style Muesli and below it is Bob’s Red Mill oatmeal.

Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free European Style Muesli:

This cereal as you can see has whole grain oats, dried cranberries, coconut, dry soy beans that are roasted, dried apples, pumpkin seeds, whole grain brown rice crisp,  raisins, sunflower seeds, and cut up almonds.  It mixes very well together. I was delighted that it was not huge pieces, but just the perfect size.  You can really taste the dried fruits, nuts, and seeds with the oats. It gives you a crunchy sweetness. You can see below how it looks like. 
Purchase your own yummy Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free European Style Muesli here. 

 


Bob’s Red Mill Fruit and Seed European Style Muesli:

This one was my top favorite one. I liked how it had such delicious mix of fruit and seed. It was crunchy and sweet with cashews in it. You can really taste the wholesome grains in this muesli, as you would with the others. This one, however, has wheat, rye, barley, oats, triticale, sorghum, and kasha. The fruit is like a melody here, and these dried fruits consist of raisins, cranberries, cherries, coconut flakes, and blueberries. Then there are seeds such as sunflower, flax, pumpkin, and hemp seeds. In this bowl, I just added almond milk with it. It was superb. Even when it was not cooked. 
You can get your own Bob’s Red Mil Fruit and Seed European Style Muesli here. 

Bob’s Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli:
 This one is your traditional Old Country Style Muesli. It has a variety of seeds, flakes, and some dried fruit. It has less fruit than the fruit and seed muesli. This one has rolled whole grain oats, rye, wheat, triticale, barley flakes, almond slices, raisins, date crumbles, flaxseeds, walnuts, sunflower seeds. You can see in the picture below clearly how it appears, and the simplicity and goodness of it. 
You can get your own Bob’s Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli here.

Benefits of the Bob’s Red Mill Muesli: 

  • The benefits of the muesli are that they are Gluten Free.

  • The muesli carries a variety of free-dried fruits that taste delicious such as berries. 

  • They are all high in fiber. 

  • Very low in sugar. 

  • A complete whole grain cereal.

  • Simple, clean, and yummy tasting cereal. 

  • Is much softer than a granola.

  • Good source of dietary fiber 

  • You would get 4 grams of protein per serving.

  • This muesli is inspired by Swiss nutritionist Dr. Maximilian Bircher-Benner.  

How to use the Bob’s Red Mill Muesli?

  • You can eat the muesli cold or hot.
  • You can soak it overnight in yogurt or even your almond milk or regular milk to make it softer. 
  • You can also eat it like you would do regular cereal with just milk poured over. Do not over do it because you would like to have a little crunch and not a soggy cereal.
 
Paleo Muesli Bars Recipe:
  • 1 cup of water
  • 3 tablespoons of orange juice concentrate
  • 3 tablespoons of honey
  • 2 tablespoons of oil ( I used coconut oil, but you could use what you like for cooking oil.)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt ( I used Himalayan salt.)
  • 1 and a half cup of Old Country Style Muesli 
  • 1/3 cup of coconut flour
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder 
  • 2 teaspoon of orange zest
  • 1/3 cup of dried cranberries 
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 3 tablespoons of flaxseed meal, which is ground flaxseed.
  • Use a 7″ x 10″ baking pan

 Instructions for preparation: 

  • You always must preheat your oven before cooking and putting together your ingredients. This way it will bake according to the time and thoroughly. 
  • Oil, butter, or use parchment paper on your baking pan.
  • Heat up to a boil 1 cup of water in a cooking pan. 
  • Turn the heat off
  • Mix the orange zest, orange juice concentrate, honey, coconut oil or your choice of cooking oil, salt, and cinnamon.
  • Stir in the 1 1/2 cup of Old Country Style Muesli, baking powder, coconut flour, cranberries, and baking soda.
  • Combine the flaxseed meal and the 1/4 cup of water
  • Stir in the mixture till it thickens
  • Mix in the flaxseed mixture with the orange zest, and then into the muesli mixture in the cooking pan. 
  • After it is all mixed, then put the entire mixture into the prepared baking pan.
  • Make sure you press down the mixture to make it an even top. 
  • Bake for 40  minutes 
  • Take it out of the oven and let it cool for at least 15 minutes.
  • It is best served when you put it in the refrigerator for 20  minutes and it has cooled down nicely.

 Below I have a picture of all the ingredients you would need for this Pale

This is how the flaxseed meal appears mixed with the water mix. This is what you put in after you have mixed the other ingredients.  

This is how the mix looks like in the pot. I have a light over it, which brightens it. The cranberries are in the pre-measured cup to be poured into the pot.



Has anyone tried the Bob’s Red Mill varieties as mentioned above? What did you think of the muesli? What is your favorite Bob’s Red Mill Muesli?