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3 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

I arrived at this by trial & error, picking my favorite parts from many existing granola recipes and adding stuff on my own. This will fill your belly & clear out your arteries.(chant with me: fiber..fiber...fiber...) Feel free to use different nuts and/or dried fruit. But the crytallized ginger really makes it special. ;) This recipe makes a LOT - good for a crowd but it also keeps for a long time in an airtight container (or 2). This is wicked tasty. (said in my best Maine accent, lol) Enjoy!

Recipe #258512

1 Reviews |  By Hayes

From a friend... amazing recipe!

Recipe #183205

Healthy and Delicious for breakfast or dessert with fruit. Make a full batch and share some with your neighbors.

Recipe #149777

I altered the recipe for Vanilla-Scented Granola a little to make it less sweet and added some wheat germ for added fiber...

Recipe #181141

2 Reviews |  By Bergy

This is a nice granola mix, not too sweet. Try some fresh berries or fruit on top and you have a filling breakfast that stays with you.

Recipe #11838

Chunky granola great for breakfast, in yogurt, or over ice cream.

Recipe #106884

Yummy Granola, tastes great sprinkled over some yogurt or just as a snack on its own. my husband likes to add raisins to his and I like to add dried bananas to mine.

Recipe #205086

Serve this treat for breakfast of use it as a toppint for yogurt or ice cream.

Recipe #170404

Adapted from a recipe from Mollie Katzen's 'Salad People'. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds like a good recipe. It's a little different from the scores of other granola recipes already here. Time doesn't include cooling time.

Recipe #185983

This was originally printed by the California Almond Growers Association in "Real Simple" magazine - I love the almond, cinnamon and sesame flavors together!

Recipe #87436

Attempt #2, with variations!

Recipe #165082

This recipe is not terribly sweet and it's low in fat...but high in fiber and Omega 3's. Served with low fat yogurt, this recipe can be very addicting! I took recipes from four different source, changed it to my requirements, and came up with this.

Recipe #179693

Easy and delicious breakfast granola, or for a snack. Top with fresh fruit and/or yogurt to complete the meal. I love to give this as a gift too in a jar with a pretty ribbon.

Recipe #106100

this came from a Sunday paper insert...have not tried it yet..but sounds will need to add a cup of extra ingredients listed below ingredients...

Recipe #160065

137 Reviews |  By Bev

Great snack for everyone, or the for kids lunches or even as an after school treat! Serve for breakfast with yogurt and fruit or over ice cream for dessert. Watch your time in the oven because sometimes it cooks a little quickly. This recipe came from Bon Appetit, March of 2002. A few baking tips I have learned from making this recipe often: I use a jelly roll pan so the granola will have maximum exposure while cooking. Also, if you do like your granola to clump, do not stir while baking. Allow to cool in pan for about 10 minutes or so, then run a spatula between granola and the pan to loosen. You will have so many clumps you will have to break them with your hands ; )

Recipe #23108

From my wonderful chef friend Stephanie, wonderful served with plain yogurt, or drain your plain yogurt and reflavor it with some fresh fruit and orange juice - delicious and far better than the store bought, high sugar kind!

Recipe #220862

A modified granola recipe from the Alexander Homestead Bed and Breakfast in St. Augustine, Florida as found online. I took twists and turns with this recipe. *Please* be sure you start with fresh ingredients-especially the wheat germ and nuts as they are notorious for going rancid quickly. Mmmm, try the granola over plain or flavored yogurt!

Recipe #205689

2 Reviews |  By PaulaG

Granola comes in many different varieties. This is a nice variation on traditional granola. Great for fall!

Recipe #106698

Got a craving for blackstrap molasses...high in calcium, iron & potassium. Got to thinking about the molasses horsefeed we used to dig through to find lumps of oat & cracked corn covered molasses to knaw on ...MMMmmmmm...Therefore made this big batch up for self-serve breakfasts while travelling on contract (& to know DH will not be looking for the super saturated sugary cereals in my absence - LOL). After thoroughly cooled, I bag in gallon freezer bags & freeze until wanted - I fill bags about 1/2 full & express as much air as possible before freezing. Blackstrap is a robust taste & I am sure a lighter grade would work well but not be as nutritious. I would also increase salt to 1 teaspoon if using a lighter grade molasses. The nuts are purchased raw, not preroasted if possible. I like to use sultanas, raisins, currants, chopped dates & figs, dried blueberries or cherries, depending on what I have onhand.

Recipe #191384

1 Reviews |  By MajKaj

This is my adaption of many other Granola recipes, especially "Healthy Granola" #100464. I like my granola to have crunchy clusters. I achieve these clusters by briefly cooking the granola on the stove, then baking.

Recipe #189671

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