During school days, my son will usually have bread for breakfast. But on alternate days, he will have muesli cereals which I had bought from the supermarket. I thought this would be more convenient than making them from scratch. After all, there are so many brands to choose from. But now, I think otherwise after making my first granola.
Making your own version of granola is hassle-free, economical and most importantly nutritious. I’m sure that you will agree with me after learning how to make this basic granola adapted from Cannelle et Vanille. This recipe is very versatile. Having the same ratio for the ingredients, you can create whatever version you like. The idea is just endless. I am so happy to have discovered it as I was worried as to how to clear all the oats, nuts and seeds that I have brought back from Singapore during my recent move.
This granola is simply too nutritious, colourful and tasty for anyone to resist. It’s hardly sweet and has a blast of coconut fragrance. I used baby oats instead of rolled oats and it still turned out crisp and crunchy. If you’re an adventurous person, try to experiment by adding various spices such as cinnamon and black pepper as what Aoran of Cannelle et Vannille did. You may end up with more surprises. To enjoy this granola even more, you can serve it with fresh fruits over milk or yogurt, or even use it as topping for ice-cream. Having it as snack is a simple joy too!
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