We want to phase out packaged cereal, even though we have only but thelow sugar high grain varieties for the last 10 years, we are ready to take it the next level of homemade/scratch living. :-) Granola is an easy way to do that. So we like to experiament with different combinations of flavors, to keep things interesting. We mixed up a very tasty combination this morning. No measuring, just drizzel and dump (and mix and taste if needed) as you go.
Butterscotch Flavoring (I use Frontier.)
Raw Honey (I used Alfalfa)
Raw Sunflower Seeds
I toasted on a low heat (175) , checking every so often it was in for a couple hours, I think.
Then I like to add dried fruit AFTER it is baked (or dehydrated). I find it stays nicer and tastes "fresher" that way. Baking the dried fruit results in it getting too hard or dry for my liking...it also can burn if you like to do your granola at a higher temp. for a shorter time.
I added a lot of dried apples (diced) and a few golden raisins.
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