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Add vanilla and egg and mix until thoroughly combined. In another bowl, combine flour, baking soda, salt. Add dry ingredients to the bowl with the butter mixture. Add granola and mix until a dough forms.

Combine oats, flax, brown sugar, salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg in a large bowl. In a small saucepan, melt butter and add honey. Once it starts to simme. Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Granola is so easy to make and tastes like a bowl full of homemade, old-fashioned oatmeal cookies! This granola was the first homemade granola I ever made some years ago.

I took all of my favorite things from the pantry, mixed it up into a bowl and toasted it in the oven. In a medium saucepan, heat butter until browned, then add brown sugar and honey. Toss to coat and back at 350° for 25-30 minutes or until crisp, stirring every 10 minutes.

Chai Spice Granola: Start with our base granola recipe, adding chopped hazelnuts, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and nutmeg. Healthy Granola Ingredients. Oats.

Heart-healthy, hearty, whole-grain old-fashioned oats keep their shape during baking. Be sure to use certified gluten-free oats if you need Nuts and/or Seeds. Unrefined Oil.

In a large bowl, stir to combine rolled oats, dried cranberries, pumpkin seeds, and coconut flakes. In a separate bowl, stir to combine maple syrup, brown sugar, oil, and salt. Pour wet ingredients over the oats, and mix well.

Pour the granola onto a rimmed sheet pan and spread it out evenly with a spatula. These Granola Cookies are easy to make and even easier to personalize with your favorite mix-ins. They start with beating together the butter and brown sugar until the mixture is light and fluffy before adding in the Karo® Light Corn Syrup, egg and vanilla. Then, gradually add in the flour, cinnamon, baking soda and salt. This recipe will give you granola with a familiar level of sweetness, but you can reduce the honey and oil by as much as half and still have excellent granola.

Get as clumpy as you like. The internet is littered with tricks for clumpy granola, but for. The only main ingredient in this recipe is the oatmeal, all the other ingredients can be substituted. This homemade granola recipe uses oats, nuts, and dried fruit to create a tasty family-friendly breakfast cereal.

By annie9; Honey Nut Granola. It’s easy to make your own delicious granola! Mix together your favorite grains, seeds and nuts. In a bowl mix flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder and spices till well blended.

Set aside. In another bowl, beat butter, shortening and sugars until light and creamy. Then add the eggs one at a time until they are blended.

Add the vanilla beat until well blended, about a minute.

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Mix in: 1 cup shredded COCONUT, 1/2 cup Raisins and 1 cup COCONUT-ALMOND or other favorite GRANOLA.

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Spread the oat mixture over two large baking sheets in an even layer.

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For muesli, sprinkle the oat mixture with the brown sugar; for granola, drizzle it with honey or syrup.

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Spread the oat mixture out evenly on a rimmed baking sheet.

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Stir in raisins, then spread granola into even layer.

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Spread oats evenly on baking sheet and bake until fragrant and lightly browned, 7 to 9 minutes; let cool on sheet, then reserve 2 tablespoons for dusting counter.

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In a large bowl combine rolled oats (not the quick-cooking kind) with a mixture of chopped nuts and seeds; the usual ratio is three parts oats to two parts extras, but do whatever you like.Toss in some shredded coconut, a little brown sugar and cinnamon, and a pinch of salt.

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  • My granola recipe is literally granola, honey, 10 drops of water, and 1 tsp of sugar mixed in the bowl and cooked on the stovetop.You can add nuts and seeds and dried cranberries.Put it on Chobani Vanilla Greek Yogurt.thank me later.

  • R U all sure she is the Jenny Jones from the 90 show. I came here in 1989 so I don’t know her and she would not admit or deny if she used to be on that show. I always enjoy watching her cook.

  • Hey i need help.. Mine turns out is not binding after baked.. Is makes me difficult to pick it up since its crumble easily.. Is there anything wrong? Is yours like that too? Your seems binding well

  • Hi jordan i know that sockie norris from the norris nuts likes you so much and here very own goal is to meet you please help her��

  • Ignorant ppl cooking honey smh. Nothing this clown cooks is good it’s just junk food. I ate at his restaurant in LA, total garbage. Couldn’t even eat it

  • this isn’t healthy unless you replace the honey with a mashed banana. then dehydrate all of it. also, no oil. oil causes heart disease.

  • Wow, so glad I found your channel!, nice easy step by step baking, I really like that you give the nutrient information of the ingredients brilliant. Thank you.

  • I cut the honey in half and used real maple syrup. I’m never buying breakfast cereal again! Thanks you for the east recipe. I also used a sheet cake pan instead of a cookie sheet. It was very easy to stir during the baking process with the deeper pan.

  • love this video! I did slightly change up the recipe to make it even healthier though. Instead of using honey I used rice malt syrup and ditched the olive oil. I added mashed banana instead:)

  • Trust me jama you are just like a godmother to our family. I made this today and it turned out amazing I did all the nuts. My sister is 5 year old and she hates everything which is healthy. When she ate this, she loved it and she asked for more. My mum literally cried after seeing that my sister finally loved something healthy. Love ya❤️❤️

  • but why would u break the egg in a separate cup and then just drop it onto the mixture I mean u could’ve just broken the egg into the mixture if u were not doing anything to it ��

  • What can I use instead of butter? I just want to make these as healthy as I can and not have two whole sticks of butter in them. Oil? Margarine?

  • Absolutely love this recipe……like loveeeeeeee. I can’t bake but I get pride making these awesome cookies. This I can bake…. this I can do.

  • Thanks for sharing this recipe. I was able to accomplish this recipe. The only thing was I didn’t have a mixer so I mixed all ingredients with a spoon. I followed the recipe as referred but I made the cookies chunky. It came out well!!! I didn’t think I could do this, thanks to your simple instructions… I did it!!!!!!!!

  • yummy and healthy. doc shintani has recipes for beans too, as part of his 10-day program to reverse diseases like obesity, cancer etc.. see askdrshintani.com or get his book from peacediet.org

  • I expect you hear this a lot but I love your accent ������. Will try these bars! It would be more nutritious than snacking on junk food which I have a habit of!

  • Impulse eater! me too! Love to eat chewy foods, takes longer to eat. this recipe meets the bill. Love all your recipes and vids. Thanks for giving permission to eat dark chocolate!�� Little George is an extra plus, he seems to be very content, but of course see him only limited time on camera. Bless your family, Be WISE Stay SAFE.

  • I’m using peanut oil instead of olive oil. & I’m using maple syrup instead of insect vomit; I don’t care if it’s sweet, I’ve never been partial to bee barf, it tastes weird to me.

  • This is the one for me.I been watching….Like 20 different granola recipes, and this is the one I like the most I will only change the olive oil to another kind of oil thank you so much nice recipe

  • Hi Gemma, I tried making this but I used 6 tablespoons of coconut oil instead and I omitted the brown sugar. However, my granolas didn’t turn out quite as stick. Was wondering if you could advise me on what might have gone wrong?

  • Thank you for the recipe, they tasted so good still how can I reduce the buttery taste. Cause they are too buttery. Could it be that I did something wrong?

  • I am now waiting for my dough to chill but I couldn’t help myself and ate a little, TASTES AMAZING CANT WAIT TO BAKE IT IN 20 mins!!!

  • In your recipe, it’s written 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract. This is not a typo,right? Just would like to be sure before I make it. This looks so good though!

  • It would have been million times better if the measurments were given. Nobody has time for checking the same recipe at two places.

  • My granola was burned. Don’t follow the oven direction and change the temperature to 160 and check it often. I am sooooo sad to waste all of my organic ingredients.

  • If you want to upgrade the chocolate flavor then put a little bit of sea salt on top. It won’t be salty but the chocolate will be really intense

  • 6 tablespoons (3oz/85g) butter, melted
    1/3 cup (5oz/142g) honey
    2 tablespoons maple syrup
    2 tablespoons brown sugar
    1 teaspoon cinnamon
    3 cups (9oz/255g) rolled oats
    1/4 teaspoon salt

  • It’s not really a recipe though because you didn’t let us know any of the mf quantities of ingredients. Not even the temperature of the oven, just “25 minutes”

  • I’m in Ghana and cant find rolled oats anywhere to buy mostly because of the lockdown. Can I use instant oats? Or can I use biscuits instead?

  • Yes, you are speaking my language. Been looking for this recipe for a while… Good work.
    Mouthwatering, great for health freaks like me.

  • I’ve tried this recipe… It turned out great and delicious.. Thank you so much Gemma.. �� �� ��. Your recipes are mind blowing…

  • Have made similar one baked together with raisins and orange peel before I saw this video.
    Would love to learn the reason as to why the dried fruits & berries are not mixed and baked together with the oat and nuts mix.

  • Wowww!! Llevaba tiempo buscando esta deliciosa receta, tienes las de barritas de granola? Te lo agradecería, Saludos desde Colombia

  • This is probably a stupid question but I’ve read that the smoke point for butter is 150 degrees celsius. So wouldn’t baking at 180 degrees celsius cause the butter to burn? Or is it because since it is combined with other ingredients it does not reach that temperature?

  • Thank you, the cookies are delicious! Instead of almonds I used chopped cashews which worked out very well. I made a vegan version so I used cashew milk instead of normal milk and coconut oil instead of butter. I also used coconut flour which turned out to be very delicious as well. I didn’t use the ground ginger and in my opinion 2 tbl spoons of maple syrup are sweet enough. My family are obsessed with these cookies:)

  • I tried them and they turned out pretty good. I used chopped peanuts instead of almonds and peanut butter instead of the melted butter. I will try this again with 1 tbsp milk and 3 tbsp honey because they were a little bit too sweet for me.:)

  • Just tried this recipe and the granola turned out delicious much more tastier than store bought. The only difference I used coconut oil after reading the suggestions from the comments. Thank you for the delicious recipe ��

  • Delusional. Not even healthy look at all the sugar added. Some nuts and oat meal wow. Mixing healthy with unhealthy most people dont need all that

  • I have just found your channel and can’t thank you enough. Your recipes are just delIghtful as well as really yummy. You have a lovely sense of humour and manner and inspire me to get baking.
    Many thanks. With love from a very sunny UK. ����������

  • Why do people think coconut oil is healthy? Only thing it is, is easily digestible because of short chain fatty acids in it. Great recipe though

  • Gemma, You made it sound like Irish butter is a bad fat and that coconut oil/fat is better. Last I heard, Irish and European butter comes from cows that feed on grass, making their milk and milk products healthy in comparison to American feed lot cattle milk products. Cocount oil can be worse for you than grass fed butter if it is extracted using heat, or even worse, solvents to extract it. The fat isn’t what’s bad for you, in fact, it is better for you than grains, starches, and sugar. The saturation of the fat isn’t what kills, its the quality of the fat, whether it be a polyunsaturated or monounsaturated or plain ol’ saturated fat. If it isn’t good quality, it creates lesions in the arterial walls of the organism consuming them. I can’t wait to try this recipe concept here shortly to share with my clients.

  • Hi Gemma!
    This is the best granola I’ve ever had! My family of four wiped down a tray(I halved the recipe) before it could cool and I could cut it. Making this forever!
    Thanks a ton!

  • They were soooo good that I did three batches as soon I saw your recipe, for the first batch I used 1 table spoon of regular milk and coconut oil, with almonds, I left them in the oven for 20 minutes, they came out crunchy! For the 2nd and 3rd batch I used evaporated milk because I run out of regular milk (1 tablespoon as well per batch) and I used raisins with almonds and this time I used butter, somehow some cookies were still soft so I waited for it to cool down and I turn ir over for 10 more minutes in the oven, it was super crunchy. Thank you for sharing your recipes

  • I use 1/2 cup + tablespoon of sugar instead of a cup of sugar. I feel like one cup taste too sweet since the raisins are already sweet enough. Love the recipe and have already made it like four times.

  • Hello, may i know what 75g of oats and 25g of almonds are in cups/tablespoons? I dont really have a tool to measure in grams. The internet also showed different amounts in cups/tablespoons. If you can help tell me the amount in cups/tablespoons that would be great. Thanks x

  • Good morning! Can a GF flour be used instead of the regular flour and can a fruit puree be used for the sweetener… like pureed raisins? thanks much!

  • Anyone else really irritated because they don’t have an oven at home during quarantine and half these recipes don’t give you any alternative options

  • I just finished up to the cooling step.
    When I lifted the parchment paper I could tell that the contents were cracking apart in places, so I could not actually cut them. What might I have done wrong? Even breaking in very uneven pieces, taste pretty darn excellent! However I would like them to look nice and be able to do the chocolate thing. Again, what might I have done wrong. Is it possible that I did not let the melted butter mixture get hot enough even though everything was Incorporated, my convection oven caused a problem because it was on convection bake? Anyway, still taste pretty darn excellent! Thank you if you are able to reply.

  • hey can i use sugar in place if yes then how??? coz the consistacy is solid and honey’s consistancy is liquid so how??? please telll ne fast

    and can i shape them like bars??

  • can we add vanilla essence or vanilla powder instead of vanilla extract? Because i can’t find vanilla extract here in Saudi Arabia.

  • I liked the recipe! Mine got too toasted though, probably because I preheated the oven? Next time I’ll keep a better eye on them. Thanks!

  • to be honest, i was a little skeptical but i tired it anyway. and OMG they are so yummy! it’s easy to make, it’s healthy and taste so good! Gonna check out the rest of your recipes.:)

  • These look super delicious, can you also add some protein powder or will that result in  being to (how do you call it in english) ‘airy’?

  • can I make the batter the night before and bake it next morning? if yes, does the batter keep in the fridge or at room temporateture?

    thanks a lot:)

  • If you love these cookies, I know you will love these as well! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLareGjRYSdjjLRvtiiBO3xvv1dNbAeRu8

  • These are probably the best oatmeal cookies I’ve ever had. They came out so good. Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside. Thank you!

  • my cookies failed horriblly!!!! maybe my butter was toooooo soft or maybe not enough flour??!! I had a very sticky dough and I’m so defeated������

  • I made these today. I used cooled(room temp) browned unsalted butter for the recipe and oh my Lord. AMAZING cookie! Thank you girl! ✌����

  • Good morning! I made a lot of your recipes with great response and request for more. I’m having a problem with the oatmeal cookie recipe. I followed your recipe step by step. The end product was not soft and chewy. Help!

  • Just followed this recipe! Waiting for the dough to chill. It made a lot for just me and my daughter! So I will bake half and freeze the other half.

  • That’s not a video I should have been watching after eating all the calories I need for one day. Now I’m starving. Thanks. Sure gonna try that recipe. Thanks again.

  • I tried this recipe and it was AWESOME! they tasted delicious �� my family and me finished them! Instead of adding the chocolate on top of the bars, I added melted chocolate in the granola before I baked it. My mom was a big fan and so was I. Thank you so much for this recipe Gemma! I am making this again today for my dad, he is very health particular and this recipe is perfect! I even used roasted oats since they have more flavour. Can’t thank u enough for this recipe. A long while back I commented on your best ever brownie recipe, and I got a reply from u! Other youtubers never reply back. They never reply to there fans and that’s sad. U r awesome! Thanks a ton.

  • OMG!! I made these cookies for my husband today and he said they will make you want oatmeal cookies to be your favorite cookie. I only put 1/2 tsp of salt because I used salted butter. Great Cookies �� ❤️

  • Hi Ma’am I tried your recipe and followed every single step. I was just wondering why the cookies remained ball shaped and not flat the way you’ve done it. Was the type of sugar I used has anything to do with it? I used white refined sugar since that is the only thing I have at the house. Hope to hear from you Ma’am. ��

  • Thank u that was a simple vidoe with out to much talking and you used kitchen equipment that almost everyone has instead of the big mixer

  • I made these! They were delicious, my younger siblings loved it too. Although they preferred chocolate chips in it! Haha! They love chocolate! Thank you for this amazing recipe. It didn’t take a long time to make this.

  • Hi Gordon, love your recipe. It seems you missed to tell the temperature of the oven. I’m guess 180 degrees C? Please confirm, I don’t want my granolas to burn��

  • 2nd time making these cookies and they turned out horrible. You couldn’t even pick them up like a cookie. They just crumbled apart. And they tasted too salty. What am I doing wrong??

  • So.. I opened the oven and smoke burst out. It was a bit dry. But I think it was because I ate half of the butter and brown sugar.. Great recipe!❤

  • This might seem like a dumb question but… I must. Lol what if I don’t have raisins on hand? Just asking for a friend ������t.i.a.

  • How come everyone is so shocked about the olive oil? Get over it! This is her specific recipe and that much oil isn’t hurting anyone unless you are eating way more granola than you need to be lol. If you don’t wana use the olive oil use some coconut or avocado or WHATEVER oil lol all I know is when I pulled up YouTube and typed in “homemade granola” I was more than pleased with this recipe and will be making it! Lol

  • thansk for sharing the recipe. if i use organic rolled oats (instant), will it come out crunchy? last time i tried recipe from someone, it didnt taste as crunchy as i wanted:(

  • I cooked these and they were awesome! I added a little more flour because they were very sticky but they turned out so great. Thank you ������

  • Made these and substituted the raisins for dried blueberries instead and used a mixture of rolled and steel-cut oats. The blueberries were sweet and juicy and the steel-cut oats made it toothier. Really enjoyed this one, but will make it with less amount of sugar next time for personal preference but otherwise, these are probably the best oatmeal cookies I’ve had! They’re still chewy days after! Got great feedback for this one.

  • Did you pre-heat your oven? What temperature did you use? You did not mention in your video and in your link? How can we follow you with lacking information. Tnx

  • Can I replace honey with anything else as I don’t have it in my pantry right now and don’t want to go out during this crazy time?

  • Made this today and it’s easy, no fuss. One thing though, when you bite into em does it feel a little dry? Or it’s meant to be that way?

  • I just baked them. They are yummy. My father who is really picky loves them too. The cookies are super sweet, but with milk or coffee they are great. Thanks for the recipe! ��

  • I tried this. It turned out lovely. But after making I put them in an air tight container. After the third day it got soft and limp and started breaking. Why like that? Something I am sure I did wrong

  • Thanks for the video, it looks great!
    One questionwhen you say the dough needs to sit and cool for 30 minutes, does that mean put the bowl in the refrigerator for 30 minutes? Or just leave it be on the table?

  • I just made this and it completely fell apart when I tried to pick it up off the cookie sheet. I dont understand what I did wrong. Its soft…but too soft I guess. ��

  • I made it and I substituted nuts & sunflower seeds to 1 and a half cup of raw peanuts since I am not a fun of the recommended nuts and sunflower seeds. I also substituted the olive oil to coconut oil and added 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract. So yummy:) Great recipe.

  • Tried making granola, but mine got soggy when I was cooling it. How can one avoid this if you are staying where there is lot of moisture in the air. Pl. suggest.
    Thanks

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  • I tried this in the week and three days after I tried it, both attempts came out good, I did not use all the nuts you used, I use rasins and peanut, had no coconut, I use coconut powder, the second batch I use wheat germs, I use oil to Grease paper, it was easier with the oil for paper to be remove, thanks for this easy recipe, everyone please be safe

  • Ÿou can sing about making homade ones, but you use canola oil and honey that is about 0-10% of honey. So no thanks, I did mine differently.

  • Love this. Excited to try making my own bars. Probably will need lots of practice though, my baking doesn’t usually come out that good

  • Dear Jenny, You are the best. We all love you to bits. I can’t wait to make these!! Love from Debbie and Dexter-Dog in S. California. ��������������

  • Hi greetings from Mumbai India nice healthy bars will sure try it out btw if I put less honey can i put melted jaggery instead of honey

  • Easy to follow directions. You are not kidding when you say pat that stuff down tight. Love the results! I added all kinds of dried fruit and nuts to mine.

  • Please come back! I absolutely love your videos! You are so funny and I really like the way
    You cook. You make it seem so easy and approachable. I miss seeing your videos!

  • Tried and ended up with very crumbly granola bars, added all ingredients as mentioned correctly, just replaced oil with coconut oil.

  • These look amazing!
    I made them and they were absolutely delicious. Thiugh I did face a problem and some of them broke quite easily. Please tell me what should I change in the recipe or in the procedure so that they don’t break. ��

  • The first time it didn’t work. ME! The second time it was great. it is still a little sweet and I really eat way too much in one sitting! Are use coconut oil and unsweetened coconut flakes. That’s just what I had. it is yummy. Don’t rust it. Let it really sit and I put it in the fridge at one point.. A keeper and a fun video to watch!

  • * You are such a nice sweet pleasant lady!

    Love �� the way you said you can go to the bathroom �� or something as though it was a commercial break while pouring out the honey ��, LOL.

    That was so cute!

  • Okay,I don’t know what bars you guys in America has that feels like cardboard,but the granola bars where I come from is way too sweet for my taste����

  • You are a wonderful cook and I love your recipies! If I can suggest to replace any canola oil you use, it is very unhealthy for multiple reasons. Be safe and Thanks for sharing your wonderful reciepes!

  • I can respect why people don’t like oatmeal raisin cookies but if someone straight up disses them, I would fight them. That shit is delicious and nutritious!

  • I used this recipe for the very first time a couple of days ago and they came out incredibly nice and chewy. Thank you for sharing this with all of us!

  • I did mine, they didn’t form together, but I changed the recipe a bit, I change the honey into maple syrup, use avocado oil, just want to know whether someone did like mine and actually succeed, thanks