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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Alli Nielsen 5 months ago
I used this as a general base and added my own things. It turned out great, though I had to bake it a little longer to get it crunchy. Also I used olive oil and I don’t notice any funky taste, so that’s awesome!
Maria Alejandra Hong Beirute 8 months ago
It was so fast, and I couldn’t believe how easy it was, I don’t think I’ll ever need to buy ready made granola again
Aaron B. 10 months ago
To busy trying to make the recipe and you keep interrupting me, I’ll leave a review when I’m ready - put recipes in a que and remind later, automation
Shanosky 2 years ago
Great!! I used agave instead of honey. Good stuff.
Mylene Khoo 2 years ago
Very nice and crunchy
Kami P. 2 years ago
Made this tonight - used pure maple syrup instead of honey, added wheat bran, almonds, pumpkin seeks, sunflower seeds and dates. Great and simple recipe. Left it in the warm over for a while to dry it out a vit
A 2 years ago
Really easy and delicious!
Michele 3 years ago
Delicious! I subbed pecans for the pistachios. very easy to make and so much better than store bought granola.
Jacqueline Salters 3 years ago
This turned out delicious! I had to make a nut free version for my daughter then regular for myself.
Nalu Franco 3 years ago
perfect! so crunchy! I improvised with the nuts... I put all I had: pumpkin seed, chia seeds, almonds, cashew nuts, walnuts, peanuts... next time I want to add coconuts, and I think it' d be even better!!
Natalie W. 3 years ago
Delicious! I swapped half the honey for maple syrup and it turned out great. This going to be my go to breakfast cereal.
Jessie S. 3 years ago
Just as delicious--and easy!--as I hoped! I used different nuts, but in the same proportions (almonds, walnuts, and cashews) yum!