Muesli taste test

Muesli taste test | Men's Fitness UK
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If you’re looking to improve your diet, you can’t do much better than a bowl of muesli for breakfast. A combination of rolled oats, dried fruit, nuts and seeds, muesli is high in fibre and protein and will leave you feeling full for the rest of the morning. The sugar content in muesli can vary between brands, though, so it’s worth comparing them before you buy. We’ve put four types to the test to see which makes the tastiest brekkie.

Alpen £2.65 for 750g

You can’t go wrong with this classic, tasty recipe from Alpen that’s full of hazelnuts, raisins and almonds.
23.1g sugar per 100g

Alara Rich £2.15 for 500g

While it’s healthy, this organic muesli lacks flavour, despite being over 40 per cent fruit, seeds and nuts.
19.5g sugar per 100g

Familia Swiss £1.69 for 340g

Apples, bananas and dates help this organic muesli to taste delicious despite having no added sugar.
13g sugar per 100g

Dorset Cereals Fruit, Nuts & Seeds £3.49 for 750g

Pumpkin and sunflower seeds give this muesli a crunch to go with its pleasant taste.
24.3g sugar per 100g

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