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Mixed Berry Granola | Kerryann Dunlop

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KETO GRANOLA // The BEST & easy low carb cereal recipe

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Easy and Healthy Homemade Granola Recipe

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If you want to get the kids to eat it, substitute 1 cup of chocolate chips or m&m’s for 1 cup of raisins (not quite as healthy, but still MUCH better for you than a candy bar and boy is it good! Kind of a trail mix granola. Preheat oven to 250 degrees F (120 degrees C). Step 2 Puree the bananas and dates in a food processor.

Add the brown sugar, hot water, vanilla and cinnamon; mix. 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. Honey and maple syrup are two of the best sweeteners you can use for granola because their liquid state coats each oat well. 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.

A big bowl of granola is a great way to start your day. In this crunchy version, sweetened rolled oats and nuts are mixed with pumpkin pie spice, baked until crispy, and tossed with dried fruit. Directions Preheat oven to 250 degrees F. In a large bowl, combine the oats, nuts, coconut, and brown sugar.

In a separate bowl, combine maple syrup, oil, and salt. Combine both mixtures and pour onto 2 sheet pans. Cook for 1 Remove from oven and transfer into a large bowl. Add raisins and mix.

After all, oats are the primary ingredient in any basic granola. The brand’s Simply Granola got high praise for its texture. Testers appreciated how the mix contained a blend of large, crunchy pieces as well as smaller flakes of oats. This variety is what makes a satisfying breakfast bowl or. INGREDIENTS 1 cup Rolled Oats 1 tbsp Chia Seeds 1 tbsp Linseeds 4 tbsp Water 3 tsp Crushed Macadamias 2 tbsp Maple Syrup 3 cup Mixed Berries.

9-ingredient dark chocolate granola that’s naturally sweetened and full of plant-based protein and fiber! The perfect plant-based breakfast or snack. Premium Mixed Granola. Safety warning. KEEP REFRIGERAT.

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List of related literature:

Granola is an oven-roasted hearty blend of whole grains, nuts, seeds and dried fruits, lightly coated with honey, maple syrup or molasses and an unsaturated oil.

“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
Traditional Wisdom, 2002

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

“Cook's Illustrated Cookbook: 2,000 Recipes from 20 Years of America?s Most Trusted Food Magazine” by Cook's Illustrated
from Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook: 2,000 Recipes from 20 Years of America?s Most Trusted Food Magazine
by Cook’s Illustrated
America’s Test Kitchen, 2011

This is an easy and stripped—down version of granola—just oats, almonds, honey, a little oil, and brown rice syrup, an unrefined sugar without overbearing sweetness.

“From the Wood-fired Oven: New and Traditional Techniques for Cooking and Baking with Fire” by Richard Miscovich
from From the Wood-fired Oven: New and Traditional Techniques for Cooking and Baking with Fire
by Richard Miscovich
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2013

granola, a very popular cereal blend, usually containing oats, dried fruit, nuts, and sunflower seeds all moistened with some honey and oil and baked in a slow oven.

“Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook: A Master Baker's 300 Favorite Recipes for Perfect-Every-Time Bread-From Every Kind of Machine” by Beth Hensperger
from Bread Lover’s Bread Machine Cookbook: A Master Baker’s 300 Favorite Recipes for Perfect-Every-Time Bread-From Every Kind of Machine
by Beth Hensperger
Harvard Common Press, 2000

Granola is a mixture of rolled oats, honey, vegetable oil, chopped nuts, shredded coconut, sunflower seeds, raisins, chopped dates, cinnamon, vanilla, and/or other ingredients.

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Taylor & Francis, 1993

My favorite way to enjoy this granola is layered with yogurt and fresh berries.

“Flour: A Baker's Collection of Spectacular Recipes” by Joanne Chang, Christie Matheson, Keller + Keller
from Flour: A Baker’s Collection of Spectacular Recipes
by Joanne Chang, Christie Matheson, Keller + Keller
Chronicle Books LLC, 2011

This granola is great for snacking on its own, and for layering in fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits.

“Baked: New Frontiers in Baking” by Matt Lewis, Renato Poliafito, Tina Rupp
from Baked: New Frontiers in Baking
by Matt Lewis, Renato Poliafito, Tina Rupp
ABRAMS, 2011

• Granola, a term coined by the Kelloggs 100 years ago, is now rolled oats flavored with sweeteners (honey, malt, sugar) and spices, enriched with vegetable oil, toasted and mixed with nuts and/or dried fruit.

“On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen” by Harold McGee
from On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
by Harold McGee
Scribner, 2007

Crunchy Granola is made of rolled oats, wheat germ, sea salt, sesame seeds, coconut, brown sugar, and soy oil.

“History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

SWEETEN IT Honey and maple syrup are the most common choices for granola.

“Cook's Illustrated Baking Book: Baking Demystified with 450 Foolproof Recipes from America's Most Trusted Food Magazine” by Cook's Illustrated
from Cook’s Illustrated Baking Book: Baking Demystified with 450 Foolproof Recipes from America’s Most Trusted Food Magazine
by Cook’s Illustrated
America’s Test Kitchen, 2013

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  • I can not wait to make this!! Love granola and to buy keto granola is so expensive!! Thanks so much! Love all your recipes!! ��

  • 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 ��

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 ♥️

  • 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

  • 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 just made this last night. EASIER than I thought and super yummy. What are the Keto macros of your recipe though??? I’m tracking everything and I can’t for this yet..

  • 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

  • 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:)

  • 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!

  • 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

  • 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.

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

  • I want to use this as a topping for a fruit crisp. I’m assuming all I would need roast the nuts first and chop them into smaller bits and then follow your recipe.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • I absolutely LOVE skyr! I eat it most mornings with different toppings.. It is wonderful filling, high in protein and low in fat the best dairy product available! I even eat it as a snack in the afternoon!

  • 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 made this today! So, so good! I didn’t have the hemp & a couple other of seeds. I added vanilla. I allowed sugar free chocolate chips to melt when it first came out of the oven. This recipe is a keeper!

  • 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!

  • 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…

  • 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!

  • Mmm reminds me of my timeworn granola recipe: almonds, walnuts and pepitas baked in cocount oil, low cal maple flavoured syrup with cinnamon and nutmeg.

  • 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

  • Yum! And awesome i can use less oil by adding water. What if i don’t use oat bran? Also what color is your lipstick? It is very pretty!

  • 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/

  • 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

  • Genial, gente habla hispana, esta es una receta genial, pero en mi canal tengo otra buenísima opción en español, de una granola keto, pasen averla:)

  • Right now it’s in the oven ������ and I’m really curious how it will turn out and how it will taste?!?
    I will let you know asap and post it on Instagram too with pics and your hashtag! ����

  • 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.

  • New Subscriber, love that music nicely presented, Love this video I am going to try this one out too. I do not use oil but when I saw you place the parchment paper on the oil you completely captured me. ��53��‍��Gary

  • Do I have to Keep this in The fridge because of The butter? If not, For How long can I have this awesone granola in my pantry? Thank you

  • 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

  • love love love your recipes kerryann! You do a brilliant job of making them accessible and they always look delicious; definitely going to try this one out this weekend!

  • Looks wonderful Kerryann! Love your fun energy! I love using coconut oil in mine!

    It would be great if you could check out my channel:) Thank you!

  • 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

  • Looks absolutely delicious! Homemade granola tastes 10x better than the ones you find at the supermarket after you’ve tried making it yourself.

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  • Hello sistr mei ap ke sari video dhekti hon nd mei be weight loss kr rahe hon,mei morning mei dorser cereals(cranberry cherry nd almond sunflower)use krti hon tu kya na use kro yai plzz ans me, from qatar

  • Ma’am plzz reply me I joined Ur channel today. Im TTC & in process of losing weight in one of your video I saw U told to avoid flaxseeds when TTC, however you alwz say it’s very gud for weight loss. What I should do. Awaiting your reply.

  • Many do exotic granola only with the help of microwave which am not a big fan of.. that’s the most attractive factor I found in ur video which is so simple and holistic

  • Manju mam! I’ m a Photographar, to muze outdoor photogrphy k liye 15/20 days ghar se door rhaena padata hai. To bahar ka khana mostly hota hai, aur time pe khana nahi hota so muze yese hi koyi recipes chahiye thi. So thank you for this recipes. Bas ek sawal hai ki ’20/30 deen tak aaram se chal sakta hai’? Without milk kha sakti hoo?

  • Very interesting and healthy recipes ma’am..but I have read somewhere that flax seeds and ragi are not good for hypothyroidism..is this true ma’am?Thanx in advance

  • Mam apki her vedio knowledgabl hay.buhut kuch hum ne seeka.plz app anti aging p vedio banayai. K konsay food humay leni chaheye. Nd konsi avoid karay.

  • Awesome vedio. Plz tell from where you got sulphur free dried fruits and plz also tell brand of wheat bran flakes which you have used. Thx

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  • Mam Bhuhat jaldi mein video banaya apne anyways mera beta diabetic hai age 16 years hai early in morning breakfast nahi karta jiddi hai thoda granola tho aacha start hai but gur kaise du bus yehi confusetion hai pl ans kijiyga I’m waiting

  • 40 like. hello dear kavita. well i must admit u r really an excellent cook. dear i loved this recipe so much. u made it just like the ones that companies made. really like the thumbnail u used:-)

  • 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!

  • wow nice bar..look so yummy..visit my channel and give your opinion on my videos…thank you for sharing.we are friends now stay connected

  • When I tried making it, it was chewy instead of crunchy. Did it need too bake longer maybe? Should I try baking at a higher temperature? Or is it suppose to be chewy?

  • What’s the use of adding oat bran ❔plz reply as I’m very curious to know.I also make granola at home but never added.Thanks ☺

  • I really wanted to do this because pre-made keto granola is so expensive here…but I don’t have an oven. Is there any other way to make this recipe work without an oven?

  • Catherine, definitely i will make a huge batch of your Healthy Granola this weekend! I could eat it just directly of the jar! so good!!!
    Thanks again for giving delicious and nutritious recipes.

    Patricia,