6 Reviews

This is such a nice granola recipe, went togehter easy and by not stirring when it came from the oven had some nice chunks in it that both DH and I enjoy for snacking. The flavors all seem to compliment each other and I followed the directions exactly. I'm going to enjoy this as cereal too. Wondering how long it'll hold in it's air tight container as I'd love to have on hand when all my kids come to visit next week? Just may have to make again! Made for ZWT 2011

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Bonnie G #2 June 19, 2011

Great granola! I followed recipe exactly, I even measured everything! The flavor combinations really worked well together. My favorite was the sunflower seeds! I got about 12, 1/2 cup servings.Made for ZWT 7 Express Weekend.

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Chef Jean June 13, 2011

I have my own granola recipe that I"m in the habit of making...but always on the look-out for more. First time for me including dates in a granola recipe...and won't be the last. What a great addtion gail. I omitted the coconut for the fat content and also cut back on the oil and syrup. Added in one scoop of vanilla whey protein powder (a must for me since I don't eat meat) and also included a handful of flax seed. I doubled this recipe as I keep a big zip-lock baggie of this in my freezer for topping my fruit/yogurt. I can never get enough granola and this recipe is a great addtion to my recipes. Made for Scandanavian Tag in KK's forum.

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CoffeeB October 05, 2010

Yummy! I followed the ingredients mostly. :) I omitted the coconut and subbed craisins for chopped dates. You do have salt listed twice near the bottom of the ingredients. Should one of them be something else? Thanks for sharing a tasty recipe. Made for the June 2010 Aussie/NZ recipe swap.

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Chef on the coast June 26, 2010

I didn't have all the ingredients,the one that was missing the most was maple syrup,so I added some honey. I love homemade granola and this was no exception. I like it with yogurt,trying to have it for dinner.Thanks for another great recipe!

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littlemafia April 17, 2010

Excellent granola, gailanng! I subbed linseed seeds for the sesame (didn't have, must buy), and added some pumpkin seeds, simply because I had them and like them, but otherwise as directed. I was careful to stir frequently, about every five minutes, because it does toast quickly. I was rewarded with an excellent crunchy granola, not too sweet. As you say, it makes for good munchies, and DH has a bowl every morning with some milk and plain yoghurt. Thank you, we really enjoy this and I will be making it again.. this lot will last DH about a week, I thinkI

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Karen Elizabeth August 24, 2009
Fabulous Granola