I think it's quite fun to make muesli at home, because you can throw in all sorts of different things and really tailor it to whoever will be eating it each morning. Or, as in my case, whatever is in the cupboard.
Here is my recipe, but you can add or subtract ingredients to suit your own taste. This made two big jars full.
~ Toasted Muesli ~
Around 1 kg rolled oats
1/2 cup wheatgerm
250 gms bran flakes
handful of sliced almonds
big handful of sunflower seeds
2/3 cup rice bran oil (but you could use any kind)
1/2 cup organic honey
handful of chopped dried apricots
2 handfuls of sultanas/raisins
Place the first group of ingredients (oats, nuts, etc) into two shallow roasting trays. Mix well. Bake in the oven at about 100 degrees celsius for around half an hour, stirring occasionally, until lightly toasted.
In a small saucepan, melt together over a low heat the oil and honey until liquid. Then sparingly pour this mixture over the toasted dry ingredients. Mix well.
Place the trays of muesli back into the oven on a very low heat and stir every now and then. Remove when the mixture has dried out and is nice and crunchy. (you might even want to leave them in the turned-off oven overnight.) Finally, mix through the dried fruit, and tip into storage jars.