Honey Nut Granola. Even the name sounds as delicious as it tastes. Serve it up instead of boxed breakfast cereals for a fast and easy school morning breakfast.
It’s really easy to make your own homemade granola from scratch. Not only is it so much cheaper than the store bought option, but you know what’s in it down to the very smallest little seed. No refined sugars. No preservatives. Only the wholesome whole grains, seeds, nuts and real honey you put in it.
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A Weekly Granola Bake
We make a batch of granola every single week. It takes a couple minutes (guess you could do it under a minute if you tried) to prep before simply popping the tray in the oven to bake. I can make a whole weeks worth of honey nut granola while I’m folding the washing.
It gives me a sense of immense satisfaction knowing that something worthwhile is happening while I sit there doing the dreaded mind numbing folding job. I know I should outsource this to the kids – and some days I do – but I just didn’t want to look at that clothing pile on my bedroom floor for even one more second!
So. I folded it. Ugh!
Only things left are three socks.
My laundry routine is not complicated. We shower in the bathroom and dirty clothes go in the basket. Then the washing machine. Then the line (sometimes the dryer). And then to my Bedroom floor for folding.
All of these activities take place in a space of around 20 square meters. It’s not a big space and yet …. somewhere on that very short journey … I have managed to lose three socks. wtf???
I think someone should look in to that phenomena.
Back to my Honey Nut Granola.
Don’t waste money buying this anymore. Just don’t. Homemade granola is too easy, tastes amazing and you get that warm fussy feeling eyeing out the jars you’ve just filled with home baking. Uh yes, try not get upset watching the kids munch their way through it two minutes after you filled it.
Clean Eating Honey Nut Granola. Serve it up instead of boxed breakfast cereals for a fast and easy school morning breakfast.
- Preheat oven to 150’C
- Line two baking trays with parchment paper
- In a large bowl mix all dry ingredients together (coconut, almond flour, seeds and nuts).
- Gently heat honey, butter & vanilla until slightly warm and runny. Pour over dry ingredients.
- Use your hands or a wooden spoon to mix together well.
- Spread mixture on to the two baking trays.
- Bake in preheated oven for 15. Stir. Bake for another 10 minutes or until golden. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely before storing in an airtight container.