30 responses

  1. Easton_Place
    June 7, 2011

    This looks amazing! Must try it :)

  2. Nour El-Zibdeh, RD
    June 7, 2011

    This looks great. I just made muesli for the first time last week and loved it. My hubby wasn’t so much into it, but I think the addition of cocoa and chocolate will change his mind. I kind of like it cold. I know the oats won’t be cooked but with fruits and nuts, it’s really good. I just liked you on facebook, can’t wait to see more recipes!

  3. FoodWanderings
    June 7, 2011

    I clicked on the twitter link to see what you came up with not putting two and two together as I didn’t remember the recipe and surprise surprise! I was delighted to find out the recipe was from Maria’s book and thanks for the lovely mention, you are very kind! I know the right person won when I see the colorful bookmarks peeping through. You are right you can substitute gluten free grains I do it all the time due to different allergy and dietary restriction!

  4. Yuri
    June 7, 2011

    Chocolate makes everything better 😀 congrats on winning the book and thanks for sharing this recipe! This muesli looks delicious :)

  5. Nelly Rodriguez
    June 7, 2011

    You KNOW you’ve got my attention when you say chocolate and I LOVE the nibs in there! Just googling Montmorency Cherries because now I want to get them for myself! Gorgeous pictures E, and I love your colorful tabs in the book!

  6. Regan
    June 7, 2011

    Yummy, yummy, yummy. That’s exactly how the idea of chocolate in a healthy breakfast sounds to me 😉

    Couple of thoughts… I forget now what the coating was, but I would swear that Gretchen of Kumquat told me that chopped dates had an ingredient listed in that white coating that was a gluten-containing ingredient. Maybe good that you used cherries, rather than the pre-chopped dates.

    Also, where did you get your cacoa nibs (and if you say Trader Joe’s, I may tear up… the part of the world that we now call home is TJ-less. #Sniff #Sigh)

  7. rebecca
    June 7, 2011

    you rock EA your blog gets better and better :-)

  8. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen
    June 8, 2011

    Oh man, lucky you! I was hoping to win that book when Shulie had the contest, lol. Well I’m glad you’re doing one too. Maybe I’ll win this one, the book looks really interesting.

  9. Lauren Slayton
    June 8, 2011

    I vote Polenta (ah too late but that sounded great to me), though this has to be good too. I will check out the blog you mentioned (love a first hand tip).

  10. Charissa
    June 8, 2011

    Yah, chocolate for breakfast is pretty much down my alley. You know the way to my foodie’s heart.

  11. Ellen
    June 8, 2011

    I am with Charissa… chocolate for breakfast cannot be bad! I am anxious to try this recipe and look forward to seeing more. I will definitely check out this book!

    Thanks!!

  12. Lisa @ Healthful Sense
    June 9, 2011

    Mmmmm chocolate! Love this recipe!

  13. Maria Speck
    June 9, 2011

    Hello to EA for creating such an inspiring post of my dark chocolate muesli.

    The enthusiasm and joy you bring to preparing recipes from my new cookbook “Ancient Grains for Modern Meals” is heart-warming, a real gift for the author. Thank you!

  14. Andrea@WellnessNotes
    June 9, 2011

    The cookbook sounds wonderful. I wish I had some dark chocolate muesli for breakfast! Looking forward to the other recipes you’ll make from the cookbook.

  15. The Spicy RD
    June 9, 2011

    Thanks everyone for all your wonderful comments! My kids and I have been loving this muesli every morning this week :-)

  16. Terra
    June 9, 2011

    What a beautiful book, so full of happiness!!! Love this recipe, especially because my husband would totally eat this! He is not a fan of oatmeal, or other grains for breakfast. BUT if you add peanut butter, or chocolate he is so interested! I will be reading your blog anyways, because I adore your recipes you share, but look forward to being a part of the contest too!
    Hugs,
    Terra

  17. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos
    June 9, 2011

    this looks AMAZING!!!!!!! love the addition of hazelnuts. this is like nutella in a muesli form…

  18. Callie
    June 9, 2011

    This looks fantastic! I’ve been trying to muster some motivation to make my own muesli and you just brought me some!

    Great post!

  19. Jen A
    July 25, 2011

    oh heavenly days! where do you find nibs? I need some of this :)

    • EA-The spicy rd
      July 25, 2011

      Thanks so much for your comment Jen! I got my cocoa nibs on a trip to costa Rica last summer, but if you are near a store such as Whole Foods, I’m sure you could find them there. Hope you make the muesli- it’s delicious!

  20. Deanna
    December 30, 2011

    Hey EA – I just got a copy of Ancient Grains and my cookbook looks like yours with sticky notes on several pages!! I made the Orange Polentina this morning and it was absolutely heavenly – I loved the combo of orange zest, grits, mascarpone and tarragon (I can honestly say I’ve never eaten tarragon for breakfast :) Can you direct me to the list of recipes that Maria and her publisher have approved to be reprinted by bloggers? Happy new year!

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    March 29, 2013

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  22. ナイキ ランニング
    June 21, 2013

    私は知っている多数人独特良い様々な時計の専門家の主張彼らは着用と、ターゲットの設定服。達成特定見つける時計靴の時折パーティーのため理由エクササイズ別名スポーツまたは旅行または標準と正規使用。

  23. chanel
    June 22, 2013

    したがって、個人だけがあります従事1つを購入します。社会が変更隠れてから何我々がで下に表示それをオフ。Mascaradesだった非常にも気に入ったこの時点でいたこの強い影響力の上香水瓶。–chanel

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