Homemade Granola

What a yummy breakfast!

Ann Arbor Vegan Kitchen

Homemade Granola

This is my favorite granola, and I’ve been making this recipe for about six years. It’s perfectly delicious, and I think better than anything from the store.

This granola is really distinguished by its simplicity, which begins with a mixture of rolled oats, pure maple syrup, and lots of cinnamon. Then, it’s oven toasted with chopped pecans, walnuts, and almonds. Easy, right?

Lightly sweet, crunchy, and loaded with energy, it’s great as a breakfast cereal on its own or sprinkled over hot oatmeal in the morning. It’s also an ideal topping for fruit or yogurt, and makes a wonderful trail mix with a bit of dried fruit, unsweetened coconut, or dark chocolate chips.

This recipe makes just about one quart, but I sometimes prepare a double batch just to share with friends, poured into little Mason jars and tied with pretty ribbons.

HOMEMADE GRANOLA
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