Easy Homemade Granola To Try At Home

A recipe for the greatest healthy invention ever: Granola.

It’s important to have the right kind of oats, so take rolled oats with rather big flakes instead of the cut oats you sometimes find as well.

Same idea for the nuts, don’t put them in the cutter for too long otherwise you won’t have that nice crunch which is the main idea of this breakfast.

People often confuse it with Muesli, but Granola is the crunchy baked version. You can make as many variations as you like, all you need is just a good basis.

You can add nuts and seeds, but also dried fruits or chunks of chocolate. Everything is possible. You can try out some variations as well with the basis. For example: add some Vanilla Extract, Peanut Butter or Cocoa Powder.

I mostly make it with Peanut Butter with a special thanks to Healthy Wanderlust for the idea!

Granola
Peanut Butter Granola
Insider Tip:

Never make it too sweet! Mostly likely you will eat your Granola with some flavored yoghurt or fresh fruit which gives that sweet touch..

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Homemade Granola
The base for a perfect homemade Granola to start your day Healthy!
Prep Time 5 min.
Cook Time 15 min.
Servings
baking plate
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 min.
Cook Time 15 min.
Servings
baking plate
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Start with putting the nuts in the cutter and mix a few times with the Pulse function if possible. Take your dried fruit and cut them into small pieces.
  2. Heat the Coconut oil until liquid and put in a bowl. Add the honey and the Peanut Butter (of other flavor you took).
    Granola Mixture
  3. Add the Oats, the Nuts and Dried Fruit and give it a good stir so all flavors are well spread.
    Raw Granola
  4. Take a baking plate and cover it with baking paper. Then evenly spread the mixture on the entire plate.
  5. Put in the oven for about 10-15 minutes at 180°C. Stay close to your oven and check regularly as it can easily burn.
Recipe Notes

The Best Healthy Breakfast ever! Perfect to eat with some Yoghurt and fresh Fruit.

Here are some ideas with Fresh Figs and Prunes or with Chia Seeds and Frozen Berries.

 

 

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