The base of this granola recipe consists of the traditional oat mixture, with a little added flare in the form of almond meal, popped amaranth, and shredded coconut. The classic crunch of granola, the slight chew of the currants, and flavor of the coconut make for a fabulous combination.
I just bought a new DIY cookbook from the folks at America’s Test Kitchen. Page 230: Granola bars. I adapted their recipe slightly. The result? Snap! Fresh, crisp, crunchy, not-to-sweet granola delights. I love them.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For me, it’s the trickiest. So when I had the opportunity to review a new line of snacks from a company named Gravelnuts, I snagged it. A couple of weeks later, a lovely bag of samples arrived at my door.
Love Grown Foods is a Denver based company that creates spectacular granola. I have had the great opportunity to review this granola, and have been fully satisfied since opening my first bag. Check it out!
I love granola bars, but the ones I like best are not always the healthiest. The healthiest are often the least tasty. When EatStrong offered me the chance to try their new energy bars and trail mix, I was happy to.
If you know someone who’s serious about cereal, this is the holiday gift for them!
Last month I posted a recipe for peanut butter banana granola. Here’s a zippy ginger-molasses version for those of you who like a bit of spice in the morning.
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Depending on your current breakfast cereal buying, I’d be willing to bet you’ll save between half and three-quarters of your current spending, and get a breakfast granola that’s tailored to your own preferences.