Coconut Keto Muesli - low carb, no sugar, Aussie ingredients
Are you Low-Carb? Keto? Diabetic? Or simply watching your sugar intake?
MANY of our customers are, and coconut is a popular food on many diets. Not only is coconut a naturally low-sugar food, but it's also full of beneficial oils, fats, and micronutrients.
And, since many customers ask for ways to incorporate coconut into their diets, I thought I'd share my recipe for our Coconut Keto Muesli. You can modify the ratios as you'd like - but I wanted to show you the step-by-step process that I take when making our most-popular muesli.
Check out the process below. You can also see it here Coconut Keto Muesli.
1. Beach Harvest Plain Coconut Sprinkles. Our coconuts are harvested off the Port Douglas beaches where they grow naturally. Coconuts thrive in the tropics and are one of the few fruit trees that fruit year-round. If you don't have our Plain Coconut Sprinkles, you can use another brand, but the intensity of the coconut flavour will be weaker.
2. Aussie Macadamias. We use Wondaree Macadamias, a small macadamia farm near Atherton, Queensland. We love supporting fellow small foodie businesses, and this is one of the best.
3. Aussie slivered almonds.
4. Aussie pecans. I like them in big pieces, but some customers prefer them in smaller pieces. What do you think?
5. Aussie linseeds. I'm not a huge fan of these, but they are super healthy and one of nature's super foods.
6. Aussie sunflower seeds. I love snacking on these by the handful, so of course they made it into the ingredients list for the Keto Muesli.
7. 100% certified organic pumpkin seeds. Unfortunately, at present these are 100% organic imported seeds because I could not source Aussie ones. I'm on the lookout, though, and will gladly switch if I can find them. Do you know of any Aussie pumpkin seeds?
Put it all together:
If you make this, I'd love to see how yours turns out!