Honey Granola Recipe

Honey Granola Recipe

I'll be honest, I'm an OK cook. I can follow a recipe, but as I'm often short on time, my favourites are simple and fast, and of course, delicous.

This weekend I tried out the recipe from the blog Cookie + Kate, for her healthy granola. And it ticks all the boxes!

  • easy to follow
  • fast to prepare and bake
  • kids love it (and me too)
  • can easily be gluten-free with gluten-free oats
  • helps in reducing waste by replacing an often store-bought item

Did I say easy?

My personal notes to her recipe:

To sweeten, I used Country Bee Honey Farm's blackberry honey. I think Miels D'Anicet's autumn honey would also be lovely.

I added 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1 teaspoon of ground ginger.

I used 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds and 1 cup of chopped almonds.

As I didn't have any coconut oil on hand, I used olive oil, and I was surprised by how good it was! It definitely adds a savoury flavour that doesn't disappoint.

I let it cool overnight then broke it up in the morning, while adding the dried fruit and chocolate chips. What I love about this is that I can quickly make a batch at night, and it'll be ready for the next morning's breakfast.

Now, if you want to go full on decadent, then put the granola over a bowl of yogurt, then add a drizzle of Country Bee Honey Farm's Spiced Rum Infused Honey. The spices elevate the flavour of the granola. It's divine!


Again, here's the link to the recipe. She also suggests many variations to switch it up from time to time. Bon appetit!

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