Now that the big Thanksgiving feast is over, and all leftover sandwiches 🥪have been devoured, I’m left feeling like a reset on the healthy eating front is in order: let’s try to stick to a couple of weeks of good eating habits before it all starts over again later this month! After spending a week in the kitchen, I’m longing for simple, quick meals, but at the same time, I want something satisfying and healthy! I am craving simplicity and nutritious value rolled into one package: sounds like a tall order, but I have just the solution.
Last week I talked about how I prefer to make everything from scratch, whenever possible: this is another recipe that follows that preference of mine.
Have you ever made your own granola? It’s so simple and so satisfying! Only a tiny amount of work will reward you with a week of lovely, healthy breakfasts.
Honestly, it’s one of my favorite things to make on a lazy Sunday afternoon: it will fill your kitchen with an irresistible scent.
So let’s try it this week, and I bet you’ll never eat store-bought granola again!
This recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, sugar-free, suitable for paleo and Whole 30.
Optional add-ons: flaxseeds, chia seeds, bee pollen.
This granola will keep for about a week but I’d be shocked if you still have any after a few days! You can eat it over yogurt, over milk, or even on its own 🥣
Let us know what you think of it in the comments!