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3 cups oatmeal 1/4 cup coconut oil (cold pressed, unrefined, organic, minimally processed is best) 1/4 cup raw honey 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp vanilla 1 cup raisins 1/3 cup chopped walnuts. Makes 8-10 servings of granola. How to In a medium mixing bowl, add and thoroughly stir all of the dry ingredients into the dry oatmeal.

Oatmeal Cranberry Cookie Granola – Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free, Healthy Carb, THM E This oatmeal cranberry cookie granola is inspired by the amazing oatmeal cranberry cookies one of my best friends, Marisa, makes. Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Combine oats, flax, brown sugar, salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg in a large bowl.

In a small saucepan, melt butter and add honey. 3 cups oatmeal 1/4 cup coconut oil (cold pressed, unrefined, organic, minimally processed is best) 1/4 cup raw honey 1/4 tsp salt 1 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp vanilla seeds or 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1 cup dried apples, figs and raisins 1/3 cup chopped walnuts. Recipe.

In a large bowl, whisk together the almond butter, honey, applesauce and almond extract until smooth and creamy. Add in the quick oats, granola, cacao nibs, pinch of salt and the toasted almonds and coconut. Stir until well mixed and a sticky, thick dough forms.

Drop the dough onto the prepared cookie sheet in 10 large mounds. If you’re looking for a cookie that’s delicious and healthy, why not try this oatmeal granola cookies recipe. These cookies are chock full of fruit, nuts and oatmeal. Preheat oven to 350.

In a bowl mix flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder and spices till well blended. The recipe started as a granola bar recipe, and then we decided to make them into cookies instead! As with other granola bars, this cookie includes nuts and dried fruit. These are a great way to include some healthy fat and fiber! The dried fruit of course is sweet and delicious.

My sister in law was over copying a recipe I have for healthy. 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. Preheat oven to 350° and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. In a medium bowl, whisk together oats, flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt.

In a large bowl using a hand mixer, cream.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Store-bought granola suffers from many shortcomings.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Granola is a great staple in the gluten-free pantry, ideal not just as an energy-packed breakfast cereal, but also for topping yogurt or serving as a satisfying afternoon snack.

“The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes.” by America's Test Kitchen
from The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes.
by America’s Test Kitchen
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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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from How to Cook Everything The Basics: All You Need to Make Great Food-With 1,000 Photos
by Mark Bittman
HMH Books, 2012

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

“Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two” by Linda Page
from Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two
by Linda Page
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¼ cup Almond Granola (see the recipe earlier in this chapter) ½ cup low-fat vanilla or plain yogurt 1 Prepare the Almond Granola recipe.

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from Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies
by Meri Reffetto
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Chop 1 small apple* and mix with a 6-ounce cup of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt,* along with 1/4 cup dry raw or toasted rolled oats and 2 tablespoons unsalted raw or dry-roasted walnuts,* or layer the ingredients parfait-style.

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For sugar-free flavorings, dust yogurt with cinnamon, sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds or chopped roasted almonds, or add vanilla flavor or orange, apple, or pear slices.

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from Intelligent Medicine
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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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from Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Express: 404 inspired seasonal dishes you can make in 20 minutes or less
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For an even healthier version, try this “oatmeal” recipe made from apples, banana, and spices!

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Instead, this recipe offers healthy fat from nuts and canola oil, with a nice blend of carbohydrate-rich whole oats, dried fruits, and other add-ins of your choice to provide crunch and goodness.

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
from Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook
by Nancy Clark
Human Kinetics, 2019

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  • Hi, must a thought,Mao about doing a video on food substitutes. There seem to be so many people that have allergies or aversion to certain foods yet do not have the information for food types they could use instead?
    Your channel is amazing and I appreciate all you share. Thanks from Australia ��

  • I love all your recipes and have tried a few myself delicious. These cookies look delicious as well but we don’t like peanut butter, any way to replace it with something else? ��

  • That savory one would be great if you popped it into a blender for a few seconds, and add it to the top of baked mac and cheese or other casseroles, yum!

  • I made the peanut butter (without jelly and dried fruit ) granola and the banana bread granola minus the add ins to suit everyone’s taste and used my dehydrator instead of the oven. Everyone who tried it, absolutely loved it! I will definitely try the savory one and look forward to trying your other recipes. Thank you!

  • I made the banana one and it was sooo good! The only thing i didnt really like was that no matter how long i cooked it, it never got as crunchy as i would have liked because of the banana. But i would 100% recomend it if you dont mind it not being very crunchy

  • Just how much fat is there in the first recipe. Coconut oil, peanut butter AND peanuts. There are FAR healthier versions. Not impressed one bit.

  • Brad’s great & all, and I know this may be an unpopular opinion, but Carla is my favorite BA host of all time. She’s a great chef, equally entertaining and informative, plus she’s simply adorable!

  • The first time I made my own granola, I didn’t have enough rolled oats so I replaced the remaining amount of rolled oats for quick cooking oats, which my grandmother had in the cupboard (she prefers that kind, bless her heart). Best granola ever. Because the quick cooking oats were thinner and smaller, it soaked up A LOT of the flavor and gave a sweeter, crispy texture that went well with the crunchy-chewiness of the rolled oats.

    Also, I made a batch using a stovetop with a nonstick pan. About the same result, I just had to keep stirring it constantly to avoid burning the granola.

  • I would like to let you know that I have been making this over and over for over a month now, thank you for providing ideas with real food. Wishing you great success, the straightforwardness and ease of your recipes are underrated. 

    I have a question, as time went by, not sure what I started doing wrong, but the granola bars would rehydrate somehow. I do amend ingredients from time to time, is there something to note out for in terms of the ratio of dry/wet ingredients? I might be overdoing it with the honey/oil (I use butter when I’m out of coconut oil)

  • No added sugar jam. Yep found it on the front they read NO ADDED sugar BUT 100% ADDED Artificial sweeteners………..yea I’ll stick to sugar thanks

  • Thank you for this receipe.. its really delecious.. il prepare it in these 2 days..
    one.ore thing want to add.. this the best channel for food i have ever seen. Good luck and keep it up

  • Carla seems like the best kind of aunt in your family. She’s quirky and she always has the best treats with her. You love her almost more than your mom.

  • What I love about homemade is that it always tastes so much better.

    Thank you for the video Domestic Geek. The recipe my family use is also super simple and easy to have homemade granola: https://limeandlinen.com/easy-to-make-crunchy-granola/

  • Hi. God bless you. Just a question can you add how many calories & sugar. Can you please love you and what you are trying to teach me.

  • Hi, your recipe is very healthy nd yummy i tried it is delicious even i hv stopped buying cookies from market.thank you so much.you are very sweet also.love nd regards from india.

  • These look delicious! I love peanut butter and bananas and oatmeal.
    I would love to see some nut-free ideas though because we recently found that my son is extremely allergic to nuts and found out in a very scary way. So some nut-free breakfasts, snacks, school lunches and dinner ideas would be greatly appreciated!!! Xoxo

  • just made these with half peanut butter and half tahini (as I ran out of PB) and added some cinnamon and banana chips…. OMG So amazingly tasty! What a great and versatile recipe!

  • Healthy, plant-based fats are good for you and can help you lose weight. Keep the fat content low, however, as too much fat and fruit in the same green smoothie might cause gas and bloating…. While calories from whole foods are better for you, too many calories from any source may sabotage your weight loss efforts. To know about healthy recipes, you can DM us @missbellydietexpert FB Page or download the app https://land.ly/medicalwale

  • I just found out that studies say that agave is really bad for you! because it has more fructose in it then high fructose corn syrup!

  • Now these cookies seem really tasty!! Thanks a lot and for all of your other recipes. They are all great. Some if them I have tried out and they are so good that they are on our regular menu:)

  • Thank you for making the point about oats not being inherently gluten free. I’m celiac and have been poisoned when a well meaning loved one brought me something “gluten free” using standard Quaker Oats, because they didn’t know any better.

  • I tried the first one and they took 25mn I think because I used a big banana hhhh����
    Anyway I will make a big starch and freeze them ������
    They are very nutritious ��
    Thank you

  • Nice! Trying your recipes and are working well. You look so professional and gorgeous as well. Just wishing you were vegan. You look lovely indeed and how amazing your compassionate recipes could be…

  • Made the banana bread granola (minus the nuts) and it was super good, I definitely recommend it. The one thing is it took a while to get it crispy just baking it, so I very cautiously put the oven on broil and it was perfect

  • SaraLynnI am so pumped for this! I was JUST telling my husband I wanted to find some good breakfast cookies for my kids before school… we are always running out the doornow these can run along with us haha

  • I have so many things on my list of allergens that I do swap out immediately. I’ll be swapping out the peanut butter for sunflower seed butter. I’ll be swapping out the coconut for flax or something. But thanks on the suggestion for swapping out bananas with sweet potatoes. That’s a fantastic idea I never thought of.

  • Is there any alternetive for the peanut butter? i dont like peanut butter very much so i just wanted to ask if there is something different i could use.

  • I try to make the peanut butter one yesterday omg it was a disaster. I don’t know what came out of the oven. I managed to eat only one. My 4years old son wouldn’t eat it. He just look at it and said “YUCK”. Hahaha hahahahaha.

  • Yummy! Have you tried making these in a microwave? If yes, do they turn out just the same? I don’t have an oven, so always looking for recipes that can be made using a microwave instead. Love your videos!

  • Another Canadian vegan YouTuber, imagine that! Haha. Nice video, they look great. Can you make a vegan oatmeal chocolate chip pumkin cookie recipe video? Sigh. That’s literally and figurtively a mouthful.

  • I tried the savoury granola and it’s the best treat!!! I know a lot of sweet recipes but whenever i crave something salty, couldn’t find a healthy and delicious option. Now you changed the game thank you ♥️

  • Brad walks by hearing” you can really clean out your nut and seed…”
    Brad: wtf?
    “Pantry”

    ���� I’m tired lol and it’s my birthday!! Love the videos ��

  • Carla is the highlight of my day. She is not afraid to let a minor error throw off her instructions. That is what makes her so awesome. So down to earth and fun to watch. Please make more videos with Carla. Love the Bin it to win it segments. Also love the celebrity cook alongs. Carla is the best!

  • Looks so good!! ����do you think it’s a good weight loss breakfast? To have 2 for example? Or not so much!
    Thank you lots of love from Saudi Arabia ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • I really like Carla. Her videos are funny n laid back. I love me some Brad but it really gets irritating coming to the comments and seeing nothing but things about him on a video that isn’t about him. Stop it! It’s rude. I dont even notice Brad in the other Chefs videos. You guys need to chill out.

  • Hello
    what are the alternatives to oatmeal, as I can’t have it in my meals.
    Thank you so much for your lovely receipts my family adores it ��

  • In terms of sweeteners, another great (in my opinion much better) option is dates!! Mashed up dates or blended in the food processor can be combined with the nut butters or tahini to dress the dry granola mixture before baking and what makes it great is that they add fiber as well as sugar so your granola will be more filling which can help you eat it with more moderation than if you put other sugars or syrups. I learned this from a dietician called Sadia that has a great youtube channel. It’s called pick up limes and it’s awesome.

  • I used the base recipe and did 2 batches: trail mix with dark chocolate chunks, and dried cranberries and figs and pecans. They are so good. Tip: pack them a little or pinch together, as my first batch was a bit crumbly. I also cooked them for about 14 min.

  • Wow! You make healthy look so unhealthy….GENIUS!!!! I’ll take a couple of those peanut butter and chocolate cookies please!!!! ��

  • Thoughts on chocolate protein powder for the chocolate cookies? my guess is, if so, maybe leave out the maple syrup so they wouldn’t be too sweet.

  • Hello.. I had a query regarding coconut oil. What type of coconut oil is to be used for baking?
    Should I used extra virgin or any else. Pls let me know

  • Flaxseed and Chia Seeds……Lawdy, that would destroy my digestive system. I can handle a little bit of flax seed…..but Chia Seeds…..I had them once….never again.

  • these actually look amazing:D I wanna try them, but I don’t have everything in my pantry right now… definitely will add to my shopping list what’s missing.

  • 1000 thank you!! I have a 2 month old that has acid reflux. I cut all dairy and eggs. This wonderful cookies are so great! I love them. I feel so good eating them because oats and almond helps to increase milk. Thanks to you, now this are my lactation cookies and I can satisfy my sweet tooth�� there is always something for everybody in your channel.������

  • I made the trail mix and the chocolate chip kind. I baked them longer than the recipe states but they still remained kind of soft. I keep them refrigerated but if I leave them out for sometime, they become soft. They taste good but the mushy texture isn’t very appealing.

  • I just finished baking the trail mix cookie but they look nothing like yours! Yours look so so golden and pretty! My batch looks dusty and dull ��

  • I do the same thing with my recipes! Most of the time I don’t write what it was so I have to guess. I’m i the process of making my own binder and e-book so that helps lol.

  • Not one, but two, big bearded men in the background? And they can cook. 😉 My kitchen doesn’t even have one. Carla, you have more than your fair share. Please send one my way.

  • Amounts of ingredients would have been helpful. I make something similar weekly, but I wondered how much of each you were using or the ratio. Thx.

  • They all look fabulous. I will give them a try. If people are watching sugar intake, using dark chocolate is a good option because it has less sugar and perhaps using a little Stevia as a substitute for sweetener.

  • Thank you so much! Cookies are my favorite guilty pleasure! My daughter is allergic to eggs. I’m breastfeeding so that means no eggs for me either. I miss cookies more than anything. This video has made my day! Thank you so much!!! ������

  • FINALLY PLANT BASED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! VEGAN 100% THANK YOU THANK YOU PLEASE KEEP VIDEOS LIKW THEM COMING OFTEN. IT’S 2019 LESS MEAT MORE PLANTS FOR ANIMALS, HEALTH AND ENVIORMENT:):) LOVE YOU!!!

  • I may try something similar put use pumpkin puree instead of banana and just do chocolate chips and walnuts as my mix in. Thanks. I love the base idea.

  • Yummy, I’ve recently started eating a vegan diet which I love I’m definitely going to try these! Is almond flour the same as ground almonds, or are they two separate products?

  • Great recipes. Love them all. Love that they are healthy-ish and gluten free. They all look yummy delicious. I want to try them. Especially the first two. Thanks for sharing. ������