Muesli Giveaway Winners

Firstly, I must apologise for the tardiness of this post. I am house sitting for my sister and have to use the internet connection on my phone, which has been a little bit unreliable. But finally, it is letting me connect my laptop to the internet long enough to post this! 

So without further ado, the winners from the muesli giveaway are:

Hannah &


Congratulations to you both! 

I really like Hannah’s suggestions, next time I order my chocolate muesli I am going to try some molasses and sesame seeds on top – it sounds delicious! I’d love to see the nutty creation that Cindy is going to create with her $20 voucher too. I’ll be in touch with you both soon with your vouchers.

As promised, I am also going to share with you all a really simple Muesli slice which is made even simpler with a muesli mix that already contains chocolate & nuts. The original recipe is from the February 2005 issue of Good Taste magazine, and it is simple enough in itself. But why use 4 ingredients when you can use just 2? I used my Nutty Chocoholic Muesli Mix and did away with having to add chocolate chips and walnuts. You could use any muesli mix that you love to make this slice exactly how you like it. The original recipe used toasted muesli, which makes a crunchy slice, but I like mine chewy, so I didn’t toast my muesli first.

Super Simple Muesli Slice (Makes 16 pieces)

Preheat oven to 180C and spray a 20x30cm lamington pan with oil spray. Mix together 6C of your favourite muesli & a 395g can of sweetened condensed milk (I did this right in the pan to make it even easier – and less to clean up). Smooth the surface and bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown and set. Set aside for 30 minutes to cool and then cut into rectangles to serve. Wrap individually to put in lunch boxes or store in an airtight container for snack.

How easy is that? And you know exactly what goes into it!

3 thoughts on “Muesli Giveaway Winners

  1. *jumps up and down like a five year old* That’s me, that’s me! Oh my heavens, I am ridiculously excited right now!

    Also love the two-ingredient muesli slice. Particularly as I can make it dairy-free with my last can of soy sweetened condensed milk. Huzzah!

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