Apple Pie Spiced Muesli Chia Porridge with Caramelized Vanilla Balsamic Apples

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  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Makes: 1 servings

What we love about overnight porridge is it is so versatile. Use all chia, use all oats or muesli, or a combo of all. Make individual servings or make a big bowl and dish it out in the morning. It is fabulous cold or warm it up in the microwave. Top it with some caramelized vanilla balsamic spiced apples and prepare to be transported to fall no matter what season you are in. (Thank you to our friend Stacey Swanson for creating this wonderful recipe.)


  • ½-¾ cups oat milk or milk of choice (depending if you like thicker or thinner breakfast pudding)

    1- 2 tsp (or to taste) of Frontier maple powder or Wild4 maple syrup depending on how sweet you like your breakfast

    Pinch of Frontier Co-op fine sea salt

    ⅛-¼ teaspoon of Frontier Co-op apple pie spice

    1 tablespoon of Frontier Co-op, Nutiva or Karmalize me chia seeds

    ⅓ cup of Bob’s Red Mill muesli


    1.In a bowl combine the chia seed, muesli, powder sugar, salt and apple pie spice

    2.Pour the oat milk into a mason jar or a smaller container that holds about 1.5 cups so you have room for expansion and toppings

    3.Pour the chia muesli mixture into the oat milk and stir to combine. Let it sit for about 5 minutes and then stir again before covering and refrigerating overnight.

    4.You can eat this mixture cold or warm it up. Top with the caramelized vanilla balsamic spiced apples either cold or warm.



    This recipe was created to be paired with the Caramelized Vanilla Balsamic Spiced Apples. Top with either cold or warm Caramelized Vanilla Balsamic Spiced Apples

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