Looking for the world’s most delicious homemade granola recipe? Now you’ve found it—and it’s so easy to make!
Seriously. It is so damn good that every time I make it I can’t stop eating it by the spoonful straight out of the jar. Sometimes my spoon will make it to a bowl. When it does, I like to add fresh berries and non-dairy yoghurt. Yum!
Do you have kids? Recruit them as your little recipe helpers! The process is basically dumping a whole bunch of delicious foods into a bowl and then squishing it around with your hands - what’s not to love about that?
The ingredients in this superfood recipe make this granola high in proteins and healthy fats, making your body strong like a superhero.
You’ll also be boosting your body with:
- Bone and blood health
- Brain and heart support
- Energy boosters
- Healthy skin and hair
Note that all of my recipes are intuition based; in the Yoga Girl kitchen, I rarely use measuring cups and just go by feel. I’ve listed estimates for each ingredient, but I encourage you to use as much as you feel your heart and body will like!
The Yoga Girl® Kitchen - Vegan Superhero Granola
- 1 cup rolled oats
- ½ cup whole hazelnuts
- ½ cup pumpkin seeds
- ½ cup shredded coconut
- ½ cup almond slivers
- ½ cup figs
- ½ cup apricots
- 3 tbsp chia seeds
- 2 tbsp coconut oil
- 2-3 tbsp maple syrup
- Dash of Himalayan salt
- Preheat the oven to 300℉ / 150℃.
- Chop up the apricots and figs into smaller pieces.
- Put everything in a pan except the coconut oil and maple syrup. I like to use more oats than anything else so that the oats are the granola’s base.
- Add the coconut oil, being careful to not overdo it and make your granola too gooey.
- Add the maple syrup, gauging the amount based on how sweet you want your granola to be.
- Dig your hands in and mix it all together!
- Spread the granola mix onto a parchment-lined baking sheet.
- Put it in the oven until it’s golden and your kitchen smells yummy.
- After it cools, spoon some into a bowl to enjoy with a non-dairy milk or yoghurt and some fresh fruit.
- Scoop the rest into a vacuum-sealed glass jar or another kind of airtight container. It should last for at least a week, maybe two (I honestly have no idea because mine always runs out after just a few days!).
Let me know how your new favorite granola turns out it in the comments below. And if you don’t devour yours in a few days like I do, let us all know how long it can stay fresh!
For more healthy recipes, check out Nourish on oneOeight.com!