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Homemade granola

By now we are all familiar with granola. It invaded the market a few years ago and now

you can easily find it in any supermarket.

However, it's quite easy to make at home. It's not only cheaper, but it can also be healtier

and you can adapt the ingredients to your taste. If you don't have all these seeds in your pantry, you can swap for others or just add twice as much from the seeds you do have.

You can also replace the nuts - just use this recipe as a base and go wild!


Ingredients for around 250g: • 50g oat flakes; • 30g pumpkin seeds; • 20g chia seeds; • 15g poppy seeds; • 15g buckwheat; • 35g chopped almonds; • 15g dried coconut; • 1,5 tbsp coconut oil; • 1,5 tbsp of honey, agave or maple syrup; • 1 tbsp cocoa powder; • cinnamon to taste;

Toppings to taste - 50g: Goji berries, cranberries.

Instructions: 1. Pre- heat the oven at 125C. 2. Add all dried ingredients to a bowl with the exception of the toppings. 3. Next add the cocoa powder and cinnamon and mix well so the powder is spread across all ingredients. 4. Next add the liquid ingredients - oil and syrup - and mix well again. 5. Spread the mixture on to a baking sheet and create an even layer. 6. Bake it for 30-35min or until the ingredients are golden brown. 7. Once baked, remove from the oven and let cool down. Once colled, add the toppings. 8. Keep it in a airtight container for 3-4 weeks.

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