Homemade Granola - The Garden Eatery

Homemade Granola

September 19, 2020 2 Comments

This Homemade Granola recipe is a nutritious crowd pleaser, working to satisfy the whole family! Making a large batch leaves you feeling well prepared for both on the go and at home breakfasts in the week ahead. Rich in plant based protein, healthy fats and fibre, it works as a well balanced way to start the day.
Filled with autumnal flavours, be sure to give it a go in the coming months and let us know what you think.

Makes large batch)

300g Jumbo Oats
100g Flaked Almonds
75g Coconut Chips
25g Pumpkin Seeds
2tbsp Chia Seeds
2tbsp Maple Syrup
50g Coconut Oil (melted)
The Juice of an Orange
2tsp Ground Cinnamon
1tsp Ground Ginger
2tbsp Sultanas (or dried fruit of choice)


Add all of the dry ingredients to a bowl and mix.
Melt the coconut oil in a pan on a low heat and then add the dry ingredients and stir.
Pour in the maple syrup and squeeze over the orange and continue to mix until the dry ingredients are fully coated.
Spoon the mixture onto a baking tray evenly and bake for 25 minutes at 180c. Check and stir every 5 minutes (it burns easily).
Once cooked add the sultanas and mix thoroughly. Leave to cool and store in an air tight container.

Serve with your choice of yogurt or milk, fruit and a dollop of good quality nut butter. Enjoy!


Recipe by Holistic Health Coach - Anna Whyte 

About Anna:

'The 'Wellness with Anna' philosophy focuses on taking a more balanced and holistic approach to health, providing clients with the tools they need to make sustainable changes and the motivation to start their new health journey.

We discuss how you can eat real, nourishing food, exercise mindfully and prioritise time to relax. What I provide isn't a diet; it's a holistic approach to a healthier life.'

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