(Sadly, you can't see the maple syrup well. It's in the brown jug in the back and is Vermont Grade A Medium Amber from Bragg Farm Sugarhouse in Montpelier, VT.)
All the dry ingredients ready to go!
This time I used pumpkin seeds and mixed dried fruit. Yummy!
The granola is now super sticky and laid out on a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Ready for the oven!
25 minutes later and I have this beautifully toasted mixture of amazingness.
Usually, I eat the granola on top of Greek yogurt, but today I just wanted to taste
the pure awesomeness of the granola with unsweetened Almond Coconut milk.
In a Vermont College of Fine Arts mug!
This is so easy to make that I know I'll be doing it for a long, long time.
What are your favorite recipes you've found from Pinterest? Or anywhere else online?