1 cup muesli
2 cups corn flakes
1 cup rolled oats
2 natural yoghurts with bifidus
1 cup apple juice
2 tablespoons liquid honey
2 cereal bars with fruit
Pour into a bucket puffed rice, corn flakes, muesli and oatmeal. Add the quartered potatoes (with skin) and bananas, peeled and cut into slices and granola bars broken into pieces.
In a bowl, mix yogurt with apple juice and honey.
Pour mixture over cereal and mix it all with a wooden spoon.
Serve immediately so that the grains remain crisp.
Full of energy
Cereals provide the energy needed by the body to function. These are carbohydrates that release their energy long time, unlike sugar or honey to act quickly but briefly.
The “real” yogurt contains active enzymes that help to renew the intestinal flora for proper digestion.
As for apples and bananas, they provide vitamins and energy (sugar), and enjoyed their taste of horses.
You can replace the corn flakes from other cereals (or flaked food for horses) avoiding wheat sometimes poorly tolerated by horses. Use crackers made from several cereals and whole meal bread instead of hard granola bars. You can also sprinkle its entire wheat or brown sugar.