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Alpen Swiss Style Muesli Original

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20 in stock


Rs 610.00

20 in stock

Product Name Alpen Swiss Style Muesli Original
Net Weight/ Quantity 500g
Flavour Original
Serving Size 40g
Class Cereals
Fssai Code 1001204200037
Type Vegan

Alpen Original Muesli, is a combination of juicy raisins to help provide fibre, creamy rolled oats, roasted hazelnuts and almonds as well as wholegrain wheat flakes that help provide energy for your day.

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Alpen Muesli is 2/3rd of carbohydrates which makes it a high energy meal. Plus you can add gourmet berries and Almond/Chocolate Milk to make it a complete healthy meal.

Indian Breakfast consists of unhealthy fats , vitamin deficient, more carbohydrates and less protein. This all leads to sluggish body structure

Alpen is a line of muesli varieties manufactured by the Weetabix cereal company of Kettering, Northamptonshire, England.ALPINE is UK’s No.1 breakfast Cereals for 45 years.
Find out more about ALPEN on: https://www.alpen.co.uk/our-story

  •  Great for regular use
  •  Muesli contains fiber which helps in weight loss.
  •  Whole grains in it provides essential nutrients
  •  Rich in energy and a great source of obtaining vitamin E
  •  100% natural ingredients
  •   Blend of wholegrain wheat and oats
  •   Low in saturated fat
  •   High in fibre
  •   Suitable for all
Nutrition Facts Per 100g Per 40g serving
Energy 1530 kJ/ 612 kJ/
366 kcal 146 kcal
Fat 4.3g 1.7g
of which Saturates 0.5g 0.2g
Carbohydrates 66.1g 26.4g
of which sugars 16.5g 6.6g
Fibre 8.4g 3.4g
Protein 10.7g 4.3g
Salt 0.10g 0.04g

The most basic and common way to eat muesli is just as you would eat a bowl of cereal, adding about a half cup of milk to your favorite Alpen Muesli in a bowl.Try heating the milk, then let the muesli soak for a few minutes in the hot milk to soften it slightly, making it a bit more like oatmeal.

 If you want to lively up your bowl of muesli, try chopping up a quarter-cup or so of your favorite fresh fruit, or adding some frozen fruit for a cold treat.Dried fruits or berries are often a component of some muesli recipes already, but if you want to add some extra or add some to a more plain muesli that you’ve made