I love granola. I eat it any time of the day. Homemade is especially delicious because its made for me and my specific taste buds not to mention I can pronounce everything that goes into it. That reminds me: I’ve been trying to buy natural organic unprocessed foods because its a healthier option for me and my family AND it helps me feel great! I notice that there is a huge difference in my energy level when I eat my fruits, vegetables, whole grains and water versus a ‘cheat’ day when I dive right into that bag of chips and whole bowl of guacamole…..not that there’s anything wrong with eating chips and guacamole–its just that I tend to eat the whole bag of chips with the entire bowl of guac. I love food and CLEARLY its a problem (sometimes).
Cinnamon & Honey Granola
Yield 8 Cups of Cereal
-Granola won't be crunchy once all cooking has been completed, so don't worry!-Granola needs to cool on the baking sheet completely in order for it to get crunchy! DO NOT put warm granola into a sealed container! I promise it will get mushy and soft and will not get crunchy!-You can add more sugar and/or honey to this recipe if you want a sweeter tasting cereal. This recipe as is, in my opinion, is sweet enough.- **If you choose to use coconut in your recipe, add it in the last 20-30 minutes of cooking because its toasts up really fast! Also, dried fruit does not need to be toasted, so toss it in once your granola has completely cooled.