Ginger's suggestion about a bran muffin made me think. What if I make a muffin batter and mix in a lot of the müsli? So I did.
However, most batters contain eggs and I'm not sure it's a healthy thing to have lots of them, so I started with my cake recipe without eggs but with some modifications.
butter and flour
1.5 dl grapeseed oil
1.5 dl brown sugar
2 dl yoghurt
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
2 dl plain flour
1.4 litre müsli mix
- Butter a deep baking pan and dust with flour. Have all ingredients to hand.
- Mix together the oil and sugar.
- Stir in the soda into the yoghurt, bubbles will start to appear.
- Quickly whisk in the oil and sugar mixture, then the plain flour.
- Add the müsli mix and stir until well coated with batter. This needs to be done manually, when I ran the electric whisk, bits of oats flew in all directions.
- Pour the müsli blend into the baking pan, level and bake for about 30 minutes at 175 degrees C or gas mark 3. My pan is about 25 x 40 cm. The cooking time needs to be adjusted to the thickness.
It smelt fairly nice, but as you can see in the photo, it's far too crumbly for eating in the car.
Oh well, back to the drawing board again. I suspect my idea with porridge will give a similar result.