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Grain Free Muesli – Kick the Carbs! Whole30 – Paleo

This grain free muesli is great for those busy mornings when you don’t have time to spend preparing a cooked breakfast.  It has lots of proteins from the nuts and seeds, and is packed with healthy fats. What a great addition to your gluten free breakfast recipes!This grain free muesli is free of added sugars and packs a nutritious morning breakfast for those busy days when there is no time for a cooked breakfast.

I have been trying to eat grain free and sugar free this month.  I know that seems odd for someone with a recipe blog where I have had lots of sugary sweets in the past. Cutting out sugar and grains is an experiment in reducing inflammation as well as an attempt to lose some weight.  (it’s working, too!)

Most of my breakfasts, lately, have been eggs and some sort of protein, along with veggies.  But sometimes, I really don’t feel like a hot breakfast, and I’ve had so many eggs that I need a break from them.  That is where this grain free muesli saves the day. (and my sanity!)

Traditionally, muesli is based on rolled oats. Since grain free one of my buzz words for the month, I had to come up with something that was tasty and convenient without the grains and sugar that normal comes in muesli and granola recipes.

Breakfasts made in a bowl are very filling.  Be sure to check out my Whole30 Apple and Coconut Breakfast bowl for another egg free breakfast idea.

Let’s make some grain free muesli in just minutes!

The sky is the limit for what you can use in this recipe.  I used almonds, macadamia nuts and pecans, but if you like Brazil nuts, hazel nuts and walnuts, go for it.  Just use the same amounts. There really is no right or wrong way to make a grain free muesli as long as you omit grains and sugar and substitute with nuts, seeds and dried fruit.Nuts, seeds, coconut flakes and dried fruit makes a great tasting gluten free muesli.

The muesli is super quick and easy to make.  All you need to do is toss the ingredients into a big bowl, give them a good stir and your breakfast muesli is ready to go with plenty of extras to use on other busy mornings.Make grain free muesli quickly in just a few minutes

This grain free muesli is free of added sugar and still has a sweetness that comes from the medjool dates. (my favorite new snack!) Ground flax seeds add a healthy dose of omega 3s as well as fiber, and help to make it easy on the stomach. Muesli homemade recipe

Add fresh fruit for a bit of extra natural sweetness and add a splash of coconut milk, almond butter or coconut butter for some extra creaminess if you like your muesli moist.Breakfast muesli with coconut milk.

The breakfast muesli keeps well for up to a month. I store mine in a large mason jar. This recipe is Paleo, Gluten free, Whole30 compliant and Dairy Free for a healthy and tasty bowl of morning goodness.Gluten free muesli keeps for up to a month.

Want to try more grain free breakfasts?  Check out this ideas:

Yield: 13

Grain Free Muesli - Kick the Carbs! Whole30 - Paleo

Grain Free Muesli - Kick the Carbs! Whole30 - Paleo
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 1/4 cup sliced almonds
  • 1/4 cup sliced macadamia nuts
  • 1/4 cup ground flax seed
  • 1/2 cup chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
  • 1/2 cup pecan pieces
  • 6 medjool dates, chopped


  • Combine all of the ingredients in a large bowl. Stir well to distribute all everything throughout the muesli.
  • Place the muesli into a large 32 oz Mason jar. Store for up to a month.
  • Enjoy the muesli with fresh fruit, almond butter, coconut butter or coconut milk. Makes 13 servings each about 1/3 cup.

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