Joy the Baker's Toasted Oat and Coconut Muesli post begins by encouraging readers to appreciate the simplicity of the grain. Muesli is different from granola in that it is not crunchy or sweet, leading many to stray away from the snack.
The culinary blogger has nonetheless clung to the health benefits of muesli in place of flavor. She distinguishes it as simple and the picture of a Swiss breakfast here, especially when eaten with dried fruit, cinnamon, nutmeg and orange juice. Once the muesli has been soaked for approximately two hours, Joy advocates serving the dish with almond milk and blueberries. She then gave the Toasted Oat and Coconut Muesli recipe a rustic feel with glass mason jars.