My crossfit trainer said his wife does this. I customised the recipe to my taste.
1. Mash up banana, blueberry and strawberry. Note: The strawberries offset the sweetness of banana. Really it is really up to you which other fruits you use.
2. Add crushed up walnuts and/or almond meal. I also added a teaspoon of Kapai puku original blend.
3. Add either 1 teapoon of Coconut or or 1/4-1/2 a mashed up avocado.
For the picture below I used coconut oil. My mother in-law who is a GP sent me this video on how coconut improves Alzheimer disease. In the Paleo Diet, coconut is not EVIL. However remember it must be cold press and have no hydrogenated fat. I doubt very much what they put in Asian Curries are these 😦
It’s not exactly the consistency you expect. I think it’s probably because it is Winter. That is temperature below 18 degrees.
Note: The coconut oil is quite filling. Much more feeling than avocado so use the option your tummy needs 🙂 I was full for 4.5 hours which is unusual as I usually get peckish around 10.30am when I’ve had oat muesli around the same time.
The final product – With Coconut Oil
Final Product – With no coconut or avocado.
With no added good fat you get hungry much faster.
The final Product – With Avocado
The avocado is my favourite. It breaks the sweetness of the banana and is not too heavy, justtttt right 🙂
Hope this helps overcome you muesli craving while on the Paleo Diet. It’s a great alternative and doesn’t taste too far from the original. Just a little more time to prepare. If you have any Paleo breakfast suggestions I would love to hear about it as I think Breakfast is the most challenge meal or change.
If you would like another breakfast alternative refer to my other post on how to make your own Paleo granola.