Mixed Spice Coconut Granola

11/12/2019

Mixed Spice Coconut Granola

Mixed Spice Coconut Granola – GF Oats Muesli Blend

Last year for Christmas I made a whole bunch of granola including mixed Spice Coconut Granola using the Mixed Spice Muesli mix to give to friends and family. I was blown away by the reaction by everyone, they absolutely loved it and to this day they comment about how delicious it was. And when am I going to make a large batch for sale? Well, the answer is basically, I’m not, but I’ll share the secret recipe so you can make your own whenever you want.

Because most of the ingredients are already in the mixture, it doesn’t require too much fuss as you will see when you check out the extra ingredients you will need. Oats are such a wonderful start to the day, but delicious granola means if you do a race out the door you have a nutritious oats breakfast in a bowl when you get to work. Add a little milk or yoghurt and your day starts off with a boom. Check out my video also which will show you how to throw it together in about 5 minutes, pop it in the oven and 20 -30 minutes later the job is done.

My Mixed Spice Muesli celebrates the flavours of Christmas that we all know and love. The spices are cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger. Add some coconut, nuts and dried fruit and it is really a combination you will love. Pinky promise. Alrighty then, let’s get you in the kitchen.

Ingredients

1 packet of Mixed Spice GF Oats Muesli

½ cup of almond flour

½ cup of honey or syrup

1 tsp of pure vanilla extract

½ cup of coconut oil

1 tsp of pure vanilla extract

Pinch of salt

Method:

Prepare a large baking tray with baking paper preferably chemical free one. Turn your oven on to 160oC.

Pour the Mixed Spice GF Oats Muesli into a bowl. Add in all the other ingredients and mix thoroughly until well combined.

Pour the wet contents of your bowl into the tray. Spread as evenly as you can. Pop the oats mix into the oven. At 15 minutes the smells should take over your house, yummo. But I want you to stir the mixture, flatten and pop back into the oven.

After 10 minutes check to see if the granola has browned. If it has, let’s get it out of the oven, we don’t want the dried fruit to burn. If it isn’t quite there leave for the extra 5 minutes. I let the mixture cool. Once it is cooled it will become hard and crunchy. Ready to put into an airtight bottle.

Check out the video for this recipe at Kylie’s Kitchen

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