Homemade Power Low-sugar, high-protein granola!  

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Breakfast granola with nuts, seeds, and oats delivers slow-release energy and nutrients. Many store-bought ones are overly sweet like honey. This homemade granola is cheaper and simpler than artisanal. My kids like it... Hope you and yours do!   


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Homemade Power Low-sugar, high-protein granola!

– 2 tbsp blackstrap molasse – 6 tbsp coconut oil – 2 tbsp maple syrup or honey – 350 g oats, rolled or jumbo, not instant – 50 g dessicated coconut, unsweetened – 50 g pumpkin seed – 50 g sunflower seed – 75 g almonds or pecans, Or mixed nut – 1 pinch salt – 1 tsp ground cinnamon – 1/4 tsp all spice – 50 g chopped dried fruit, eg raisins, unsulphured apricot

Heat coconut oil, molasses, and maple syrup in a pan gently. Let it cool down. Mix dried oats, coconut, almonds, seeds, cinnamon, all spice, and salt in a large bowl.  

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Add dried fruit, but it crisps up in the oven. Keep fruit softer by adding it after. homemade granola dry ingredients.

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Pour over melted ingredients. Stir well, then spread on a greased or lined baking tray and bake at 150C for 15 minutes. 

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Watch out—it can burn quickly. Stir it and distribute it again after 15 minutes. Bake for 15 more minutes to ensure crispiness. 

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It may take 45 minutes; keep checking. It should be crunchy and toasted. Cool before serving and storing. Store in an airtight jar for 2 weeks. 

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With a handful of granola and a little yoghurt or heaps of yoghurt, fruit, and granola on top, this is delicious!  

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