I love a good bit of Granola it feels both like a naughty treat whilst at the same time being somewhat healthy, the perfect snack if I must say. However I didn’t want to just make your usual granola, oh no I wanted to make it fall appropriate. You see as I stopped at our local super market I had looked down at my trolly which was full of autumnal fruits and asked myself, what will go well with cooked fruits?
Well of course the answer was autumnal granola!
This is uber simple to replicate, hard to mess up and even better it is completely customisable and takes seconds to make!
- 1 cup (250G) Large rolled porridge Oats
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Sunflower Seeds
- Dried sweetened cranberries
- Pine Nuts
- Goji Berries
- Desiccated Coconut
- Linseed mix
- Ground Cinnamon
- 1 tspn of Golden Syrup
- Coconut Oil (melted)
- 1 tspn Vanilla Extract
Pre heat your oven to 150 degrees. Line a baking tray with parchment paper and set aside.
On a low heat place 1 tspn of Coconut Oil in a medium sized pan and melt until clear and runny. Fold in 1 Cup (250g) of rolled porridge oats until covered as well as your other dry ingredients excluding the cinnamon and desiccated coconut, combine and add 1 tablespoon of honey mixing thoroughly take the pan off of the heat and add your vanilla Extract. As the mixture cools add your golden Syrup and desiccated coconut along with a liberal (as strong as you would like) dashing of ground cinnamon.
Now spread the mixture onto your baking tray making sure not to compact the mixture (as this could potentially create flapjacks instead) and place into the pre heated oven for 10 – 15 minutes or until the sides begin to golden. Once your happy take the tray from the oven and shake up the granola (I did mine with a spatula but anything will do!) This separation makes sure you have individual pieces rather than a flapjack! Then place them back in the oven to golden the otherside.
After roughly another 10 minutes you’re done! Allow to cool and then pour into your chosen dish! I’m a big fan of a kilner jar but that’s just me!
p.s stay tuned for how you can use this Granola seasonly with mulled wine fruit & figs oh and of course a little bit of ice cream . . .
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This looks really yummy! Love a good granola for breakfast!
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