Walnut Almond Granola



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In a large bowl, toss together the oats, almonds, wheat germ, coconut, and sunflower seeds. In a separate bowl, whisk together the maple syrup, brown. This delicious mix is full of oats, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, and just a hint of maple syrup for natural sweetness. It’s a wholesome, perfectly crunchy, and absolutely delicious addition to your pantry!

This batch makes a lot of granola (as in 9 cups worth)!Maple-Almond Granola Maple-Almond Granola. 7 Reviews.

ADD YOUR REVIEW. Becky Luigart-Stayner. Yield 6 cups (serving size: 1/4 cup) January 2005 RECIPE BY Cooking Light. This granola makes an ideal snack when skiing (or hiking or snowshoeing). Serve leftovers with yogurt or milk for breakfast the next morning.

Instructions 1. In a medium bowl, mix the oats, almonds, wheat germ, salt, cinnamon, and brown sugar together. 2. Place the oats, sunflower seeds, almonds, and cinnamon in a large bowl and stir to combine.

Add the maple syrup and oil, and stir until all the dry ingredients are moistened. Spread the granola on a 17 x 12 x 1-inch rimmed baking sheet. Bake until the granola.

Toss the oats, almonds, cranberries, cinnamon, and salt in a large bowl. Add the maple syrup, coconut oil, and vanilla extract and stir to combine. Make sure all of the oats are moistened. Spread onto the prepared baking sheet and bake for 30-35 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes.

In a small pitcher, combine the maple syrup with the vanilla and almond extracts. Pour over the grain mixture and stir until the grains are evenly moistened. Step 3 Spread the granola on the.

Combine the wet ingredients – Whisk together the maple syrup, brown sugar, vanilla extract, and salt, then whisk in the oil. Add the oats and nuts – Stir in the oats and chopped almonds. This item: purely elizabeth Non GMO Organic Maple Almond Nut Butter Granola, 10 Ounce $6.99 ($0.70 / 1 Ounce) In Stock. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. purely elizabeth Coconut Cashew Grain-Free & Gluten Free Granola, 0.5 Pound $6.99 ($0.87 / 1 Ounce) In Stock.

In large bowl, toss together oats, almond flour, whole wheat flour, slivered almonds and salt. Pour canola oil evenly over the mixture and stir.

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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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For a chocolate granola, omit the cinnamon, add an additional ½ tsp salt, use only toasted almonds, and instead of dried fruit toss in ¾ cup/100 g chopped dark chocolate.

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In a medium-sized bowl, use a wooden spoon to mix together the almond butter, coconut cream, egg, maple syrup, and vanilla extract.

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Remove the granola from the oven and stir in the hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds, and dried berries.

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By hand combine the oats with the almonds, flour, salt, maple syrup, and oil.

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You can also use other spices such as cardamom or clove, and add a touch more maple syrup if you like your granola sweeter.

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Place in a small bowl, add the brown sugar, and blend with the pecans, oat bran, and soy nut butter.

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Hearty, filling whole grains flavored with warm spices, sweet fruit or maple syrup, and/or rich, crunchy nuts are an ideal start to a busy day.

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Preheat the oven to 300°F. In a large bowl, combine the almonds, sunflower seeds, pepitas, oats, cherries, almond butter, maple syrup, bananas, and a pinch of salt, and stir until well mixed.

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  • Elle can you make more video recipes. I love to see this type of video you make the are super easy to make and healthy plus make glitterfitness video and home decor I love you new kitchen.

  • Hey yall! i make beauty videos too! lots of hauls, reviews, tutorials, and favorites even requests! I would love it if you guys would check it out and subscribe:) I’ll gladly return the favor!

  • I rarely comment on anything but this is ridiculous.  “This” meaning the comments.  I’m not a faithful follower, I watch videos here and there when I get a chance and I never read comments but for some reason I thought I’d scroll down and take a peek (I was curious to see if anyone made it and commented on how it tasted).  Some of you should be ashamed of yourself if you don’t like her videos (period or anymore) then don’t watch them.  Simple.  I could care less what she does with her life, how she makes a living, and how much she plugs her own lines.  Celebrities advertise products all the time, it’s essentially the same thing since they are classified as “youtube” celebrities.

    The comments on here saying “you’re so selfish” have nothing to do with this video.  Skip over the plugs if you want to get to the real video there, problem solved you don’t have to listen to it and even if you did, that was like 3 seconds of the video.  I just don’t understand people sometimes.  Why are you getting so upset over what she’s doing?  Stop watching and move on.  Why do you feel the need to bash her?  I am just dumbfounded by the lack of respect some people have and to go out of their way to post comments that add no value whatsoever.  There are better ways of leaving your opinion than “I hate you”, “you’re a selfish brat”, and other hateful and unnecessary remarks.  You want them to know you’ve unsubscribed because you’re no longer a fan of their channel?  What’s wrong with just saying that?

    I’ve wasted too much time on this comment that will go unnoticed…but it would be nice if people stopped the hate.  Everyone seems to negative now.  If you have better things to do than watch her channel then do it and stop complaining.  There are clearly lots of people who still enjoy what she posts and if you’re smart, don’t get upset over silly, small things like 3 second plugs.

    I’m literally chuckling to myself now just thinking how many people waste their time being hateful creatures…I used to think it was funny but really, it’s just sad.

  • nope. this saturated fat in fact is one of the kind which the body CAN proccess. it is not the same saturated fat like in Margarina. it is very common to think coconut oil is bad..but in fact is a good oil. there are better oils of course..but dont be confused…coconut oil is only ONE
    of the best.

  • I agree Elle and Blair just don’t care anymore since they became famous and please stop advertising ure book audible just fab and ure makeup line we get it ure a success but I’m not impressed because it’s made u more spoilt than u were before u became successful get back to reality and see us as viewers made u without us u wouldn’t have this life and u need a REALITY check I’m unsubscribing

  • Hi Elle, I understand that you can not dedicate 100% of your time to Youtube but you made promises that we broken and the videos lack quality. It seem like you are obligated to post a video rather than just wanting to.

  • I wasn’t looking for a granola recipe, but this looks good! I love it because it doesn’t require a ton of ingredients. May be trying this later today.:)

  • Love the recipe, I shall be trying it out soon, however I hate the incessant advertising you and your sister make for audible; Please stop.

  • This looks so good! I think I’ll swap out cherries for raisins, maple syrup for honey, peanuts for cashews, and maybe walnuts for pistachios. I can’t wait to try this; thanks, Tara!:-D

  • The canola oil would not hurt the taste, however canola oil is very toxic, I used to use it to make granola before I found about all the wonderful benefits of coconut oil, and the taste of coconut oil is so exciting=).

  • i read the blog post and i don’t buy the “youtube is not my Job” thing..we’ll see..judging by how much views your videos are getting these days..when the partnerhips start to stop..we’ll see if you’ll say the same thing..

  • Never thought of it, looks fantastic, thanks!!! I tried to redeem my free audiobook and it forces me to register with my credit card number and sign up for the next months…. what… I’m glad the company sends you codes in exchange of new customers but the procedure it’s too invasive, I just wanted 1 free book to try it

  • Oooohhhh, Elle… I love the smell of homemade granola baking in the oven! It is like we can smell it just by watching your video… I really need to make some more! xoxo

  • because its hard for a dancers to find a ‘snacky’ snack, or just granola even, that is actually healthy… because we burn a lot but don’t want extra fats/saturated fats or super processed food/granola

  • Elle, stay encouraged! I think your videos are great especially your food and recipe videos. I do hope you can find time to do the Christmas vlogmas videos. I know they must be time consuming so maybe you can’t but I really enjoyed them last year and I hope you will be doing them this year. I find your videos very relaxing, informative, and fun! You are my favorite!!

  • What’s more annoying about Elle’s videos are the “subscribers” complaining on EVERY DAMN VIDEOS! “I’m unsubscribing cuze you are sponsored and you don’t make videos like how you used to!”
    ” OMG Elle you’re such a brat! You don’t care about us anymore!”
    Blah blah blah!
    UNSUBCRIBE THEN! it’s easy you just have to click on the “unsubscribe” on her channel!
    Just because she’s not catering to your liking doesn’t have to mean you guys have to be mean or rude to her. She has a flipping life! She has other things she’s working on! Come on she’s NOT the only “beauty guru” here on YouTube,and most likey she’s not the only one you guys watch.

    ELLEI know you probably won’t read this but I’ve been subscribe to you for years! I think you’re a genuine nice person and you do a great job on your videos! Keep your head up!

  • I love this woman!
    What I mean…I love Granola! Lol:)
    Coz It’s simple & easy to make together with your kids, sweet and healthy

    When cooking, it’s better to have a knowledge so you can achieve what you like and what your body needed in a healthy way. That’s why before you proceed in cooking, you should read the “Important Information About Healthy Diet Menu” try to Google it. Well, First thing that you should know about “Healthy Menu Recipe Foods”

  • ♡Hey girls! My name is Halle, and by my username you’ll see that I post nerdy and girly things! I’ll be doing stuff like favorites of the month, tutorials, bookshelve tours, and reviews on episodes on things like Doctor Who. I love reading, and my most recent video shows me getting ready to go watch the Hunger Games: Catching Fire. I’d love if you’d check my channel out! ♡