Baking made simple

Monday morning feeling…..go healthy, organic…. But first Coffee

Ever had that problem on a Monday morning!!!! “I need to get back into healthy mode after the weekend!!!” Last night I decided to bake homemade granola. My husband asked me….. “Why?? When we can buy it?” I don’t know about you, but I am constantly having that problem of finding a granola, that’s healthy and not too sweet and not too much oil. I have tried so many brands and still not found the right one for me.

So I finally tried to bake my own….. and OMG it’s amazing!! I just grabbed all the things I love, from my kitchen cabinets. To me granola is like making your own cocktail 😋 minus the alcohol. In this recipe I don’t use any sugar. has less sugar. Instead I use honey or maple syrup, and raisins or cranberries to naturally sweeten it. Depending on how crumbly or chunky you want your granola; will determine the quantity of olive oil. I don’t use too much just enough to give my granola a golden colour and help bind it a little.

Kid friendly! You can add whatever your little one can eat. Mine is less than 1 Years so no honey, salt or nuts for him! So I just add raisins and a touch of maple syrup to his. I love it, we can enjoy the same breakfast together 😍

This recipe is your chance to throw in your favourite organic ingredients….. mix it!…… Bake it!…. sprinkle it on Greek yoghurt! And throw in a few fresh berries! Monday morning gone from “oh noooo” to “yes to Monday’s”.

INGREDIENTS

2 cups rolled organic oats

1 cup Desiccated coconut

1/4 cup Pecans & or Pistachios

2-3 tbsp Honey or maple syrup

2-3 tbsp Olive oil

1/4 cup Raisins or cranberries

1/4 cup pumpkin & or sunflower seeds

Pinch of salt

1/2 tsp of vanilla essence

METHOD

1. Oven on to 160 degrees celsius.

2. Combine all your ingredients and mix very well. squeeze the oats together so you get clumps.

3. Layout on a baking tray.

4. Bake for 10 minutes, until golden brown.

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