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Ingredients 4 cups old-fashioned rolled oats (use certified gluten-free oats for gluten-free granola) 1 ½ cups raw slivered almonds (or other nuts*) 1 teaspoon fine-grain sea. Honey Almond Granola This flavorful granola is made with rolled oats, flax seed, almond and it’s sweetened and flavored with honey, almond extract and vanilla extract. This recipe.

Preheat your oven to 325 °F (163 °C). 2 Mix the dry ingredients in a large bowl. (Oats, almonds, and coconut) Make sure you have mixed it evenly and set it to the side. In a large bowl, mix the oats, oat bran, and almonds. In a smaller bowl, whisk the oil, honey, vanilla, almond extract, dry milk powder, and salt.

Pour the mixture (it will be. Pour the oats, salt, and brown sugar into the bowl with the almonds and stir to combine. In a small microwaveable bowl, combine honey and coconut oil, and heat for 40 seconds.

Stir to dissolve the coconut oil, and add the vanilla and almond extract. Pour the honey. Honey Almond Flax Homemade Granola A simple and delicious healthy granola recipe made with honey, oats, almonds and flax.

Easy to make and perfect for breakfast or a snack! This granola is lightly sweet, so if you prefer a sweeter granola. In a large bowl, combine sliced almonds, chopped almonds, coconut flakes, and salt.

How to mix and bake this homemade granola with honey First, mix the base ingredients (oats and nuts) with the honey, coconut oil and spices. Make sure all the oats and. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F (150 degrees C). Step 2 In a large bowl, stir oats, nuts and sunflower kernels together.

In a separate bowl, mix. honey, peanut oil, oats, applesauce, brown sugar, water, ground ginger and 6 more Homemade Granola Ananás e Hortelã honey, ginger powde.

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-Remove from heat and mix in / cup toasted COCONUT-ALMOND GRANOLA (or your favorite granola), “/ cup chopped Toasted WALNUTS, 1 cup CAROB POWDER, “/ cup shredded TOASTED COCONUT, 1 cup TOASTED SUNFLOWER SEEDS, 4 TBS BEE POLLEN GRANULES and ‘/, cup RAISINS.

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Pour the honey mixture over the oat mixture and stir well.

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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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If you prefer a sweeter oatmeal, slice 2 or 3 pitted dates, soak them with the oat mixture, and cook all together or just add more honey.

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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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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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Make palatable with 1 cup soy or almond milk (1 g fiber), 1 tablespoon brown sugar for taste, and 1 tablespoon of cinnamon (slows absorption of sugar).

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Sweetening with both honey and maple syrup, warmed to make coating the granola easier, made it slightly sweet, slightly clumpy, and perfectly moist.

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Honey, almonds, and blueberries were a good trio, and we used almond milk to reinforce the nut flavor.

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Using four 16-ounce glasses, spoon ¼ cup yogurt-honey mixture into each glass, then top with ⅓ cup berries, followed by 2 tablespoons granola.

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  • I’ve been craving granola lately so I’m trying this, I used what I had on hand though—instead of butter I used grape seed oil, and added almonds, peanuts, sesame and chia seeds, and some coconut flakes. It’s in the oven right now, can’t wait to see how it turns out!

  • This particular “loso shocking plan” paleo program (Google it) was such a simple method for me to reduce Fourteen pounds in the short two weeks I`ve been following it. It took me almost an hour to get two pages of healthy and alluring recipes I want to try.

  • This looks amazing! I’m gonna try it soon. Since I’m gluten free, corn free, dairy free and chocolate free I’m always looking for good store naught granola barsI find them, but since there are few I always stick to eating one brand for a bunch of months and then I get sick of it. Now I’m at the point where I’m sick of about every brand of granola bars I’ve bought. So I think I’ll try making your bars because they seem super easy and yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Oooooo this looks so delicious and easy to make. Thank you for sharing ❤️����

    Edit: can I make granola bars out of these? How do I get them to stick?

  • I thought coconut oil was healthy so I too started using it. Now I find that it’s not that healthy afterall. What’s the latest on consuming coconut oil…this week, because last week it wasn’t so. It’s like becoming controversial like eating eggs.

  • Fallowed by a T this recipe, but I think and when I tried it, it super salty… way to much salt… am I the only one that salt over powered any other ingredients…great recipe but for my taste and my family to much salt, will try again but with 1/2 or less salt.. also thank you it’s very easy to fallow and what can substitute the agave?

  • WOW..THAT GRANOLA LOOK AMAZING DELICIOUS..LIVE IT..AND YOU REALLY UAVE ANA AMZING EXPERIENCE HOW TO PULL THAT…PAPER..WOW…��������������������������������������…NEW SUBSCRIBER…THANK YOU.. BLESSINGSS…������������

  • I just tried this recipe and it came out amazingly well! I used olive oil, maple syrup, and walnuts as per Sarah’s measurements:)

  • If you want larger chunks of granola and less little crumbles, don’t stir it at all while it’s baking. After it has cooled, you can then break it up into  the size pieces you want. 

  • Ok, I have tried two other recipes for granola and both were a fail. This recipe is magic! Turned out perfect! I used almonds, walnuts, and EVOO instead of butter. When it was done the taste test was a triumph! I immediately ate two bowls with my vanilla almond milk before I realized the reason I was making this was to have for breakfast during the work week. I had to double the recipe to replenish what I ate! I added raisins after batch had cooled as well. Sooooo Yummy! So nice to add as much of what I want instead of having to put up with what manufactures put in. (hint I doubled the raisins too).:) I read the post about using coconut oil so I will try that next time.

  • Yup…….going to make this for sure!  I will put a little less pecans and then substitute with pumpkin seeds…thanks for sharing Sarah.

  • I noticed that you added some salt towards the end of mixture. I was just wondering, is there any issues with adding salted butter instead of unsalted butter and skip the salt in the end?

  • Hey, Beth! I saw that you subscribed to me! Thank you so much, but
    actually, this is my personal account. My account where I upload is
    Schmidty D-I-Y. You don’t have to sub, just letting you know!
    Great video! +Walloping Teaspoon

  • Wish I would have watched this before I made my own bars last week even though I used almost exact same ingredients yours came out lookin more like what I wanted mine. I’ll def try your recipe next time!

  • Those look so good and ridiculously easy! I love me some granola bars but never made them. Looks like I’ll be trying it now though, thanks Beth!

    and lol at the little dance at the end ��