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You’ll love this homemade granola!

I’ll admit, I’m not much of a breakfast lover.

I know.

My kids, on the other hand, are staunch supporters of the I AM AWAKE AND THEREFORE MUST EAT movement.

It’s a challenge. At least, for me.

Because while I don’t love breakfast, I also don’t really like sweet breakfasts. If I were to eat breakfast, I’d want something hearty and savory, not sugary and sweet, so by default, when I make breakfast, I am in the frittata/eggs/breakfast tacos/sandwich corner. And really, that’s also a stretch. I’m in the “coffee for breakfast” corner. Completely.

So, when I tell you that I’ve made a really good granola recipe that even I, The Official Breakfast Disliker, like, you should maybe pay attention. Just a little.

The best part about the granola (besides eating it, trust me), is that it makes enough to last for a few days and stores beautifully.

Don’t you want to make a batch? Yes, yes you do, mama.


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Homemade Granola
  1. Preheat oven to 325f.
  2. Mix ingredients together in a large bowl, starting with the dry ingredients and adding wet ingredients last.
  3. When thoroughly mixed, place on a large parchment-lined baking sheet in a single layer.
  4. Cook in a pre-warmed oven for 20-25 minutes, stirring halfway. You'll know your granola is ready when it's lightly browned and some parts have clumped together. We love ours mixed into homemade yogurt with fresh berries a drizzle of maple syrup!
Recipe Notes

Feel free to make this recipe yours. Try a different kind of nut (Pecans would be amazing! So would almonds or walnuts!) or play with the oat/millet ratio. Add dried fruit! Think of your cereal bowl as your oyster. <3

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