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Paleo Granola

  • Paleo
  • Vegetarian

When I first started the Paleo diet, the hardest part was Breakfast. What can you eat? Muesli was just super convenient. Who has time to cook Bacon and Eggs every morning. This was my solution A recipe to replace our trustworthy muesli.

  • 4-5 tablespoons coconut oil.The easiest way is to melt the oil in a pan.
  • 2 tablespoons Chia Seeds.
  • 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon. The amount is really based on personal preference. I love cinnamon so added more.
  • 3 cups of Almonds and Walnut.When I started to used to roughly chopped them. Now find this is is just a waste of time. Added whole.
  • 2 cups of Cashews, Pecans, Pepitas, Sunflower seed.Once again added whole.
  • 3 tablespoons Maple Syrup or Coconut Nectar. (Optional) I don't add sweetener as I serve my granola with fruit. The natural sweetness of the fruit is suffice.
  • 1-2 cups Buckwheat. This is optional. Although Buckwheat is not a wheat but a fruit, it's still one of those grey Paleo areas. Listen to your body. I feel fine eating buckwheat and love the additional crunch.
  • Step 1: Preparation

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    1. Line you baking tray with baking paper.
    2. Pre-heat your oven to 120 degrees celsius.
    3. Add all your nuts and seeds.
    4. Mix in your cinnamon powder.
    5. Melt your coconut oil in a pan. Pour over nuts and mix well.
  • Step 2: Bake

    1. Bake at 120 degrees celsius for 1-2 hours or until golden brown. Note: It is important to keep the heat low to keep the nutrients.
    2. Allow to cool before pouring them into a container. Note: When the nuts cool they will get crunchy.
  • Step 3: Serve

    1. Use a fork to mash up some banana. Add fruit to your liking (eg. Berries and prunes). Scoop in the Granola.
    2. Serve with Almond Milk or Coconut Yogurt

We suggest cooking in batches to save time. Hence we generally multiply the quantities by 2 or 3. Don't concern yourself with how much of what quantity.  Be creative. Just add the nuts and seeds you love in whatever quantity. Generally we prefer adding more Almonds and walnuts, compared to sunflower seeds and pepitas (pumpkin seeds).

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