I got this from a vegan recipe website - http://www.bryannaclarkgrogan.com/page/page/579094.htm. This is a lot cheaper than store-bought granola; it is also made in the microwave, which is good because it doesn't dry out like most granola made in the oven. Low-fat and a lot more nutritious than store-bought, as well. It sounds good, but I haven't tried it yet...lemme know what you think, and cooking/prep times are estimates.
This is the granola I used to make my children when they were growing up (to get something healthy into them) They always really enjoyed it and I have been known to enjoy a bowl or two myself!! I got the recipe from my good friend Mabel.
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.
A light, sweet flavor with lots of crunchy nutrition. I love granola with yogurt, ice cream, baked apples, or simply with milk and fruit for brekky! This recipe uses applesauce to cut down on fat and calories, and molasses to reduce the cost – but it still tastes every bit as delicious!
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.
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 ; )