Sprinkle it on yogurt, spoon it over your peanut butter. Or just fill a bowl and add ice cold milk and a spoon.
I am amazed each time I purchase granola bars or granola in the market and realize how pricey it is. I decided to create and make my own.While researching other recipes there was a large variety of ingredients to choose from. I practiced and experimented with many items. Here is one recipe that was ace.
Old Fashioned Oats 6 to 8 cups
Finax Nut and Fruit Oat mix from IKEA Marketplace 4 cups
Almonds 2 cups
Coconut Flakes 2 cups
Coconut Oil 1 cup
Craisins 1 cup, dried cranberries
Sea Salt 2 Teaspoons
Brown Sugar 1 cup
Egg White 2
Cinnamon 1 Teaspoon
Molasses 2 Tablespoons
Place all ingredients in a large bowl. Wash your hands and arms very well and dry. Mix the ingredients together with your hands. You will be able to feel the ingredients blending together. This is much more effective than using a spoon or spatula.
The other items you could add are endless! Just use your imagination and add what you love. One hint: When adding chocolate chips, make sure you refrigerate the chips then add them after the granola cools. In bars, refrigerate chips then drop them on the top of the bars after you cut them. The chocolate will begin to melt slightly and adhere to the top of the bars.
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