Muesli on a Mission
We have a simple mission here at Seven Sundays - Clean up the cereal aisle and make breakfast special again. Over the last few decades, our breakfast has been cheapened and sugar-coated in the U.S. So we are going back to the basics, with nutrient-dense grains, nuts, seeds, and fruits, infused with some laid-back Kiwi culture and topped with a sprinkle of Minnesota-nice.
Growing up in Minnesota, I have several fond memories of Pannekoekens, a Dutch style baked pancake. First, my best friend in elementary school was 100% Finnish and every time I’d stay over, her mom would make this amazing, fluffy and obscurely mountainous Pannekoeken crusted with cinnamon and sugar for breakfast.
I’ve been having visions of banana bread for a couple weeks now. The problem I run into is keeping bananas on hand for long enough to ripen without Louis or Brady eating them (scene in the kitchen: Brady after basketball with one of my precious ripening bananas in one hand, container of almond butter in the other).