Hi, I love to make granola With granola itís so forgiving you can do just about anything. I like to do a molasses, honey mix over oats, walnuts, almond, shredded coconut, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, wheat germ, ground flax, any dried fruit if you would like to add more sweet to it. Mix all well then, bake in the oven for about 30min at 300. Stir often. I would love to give you measurement but I usually just ďwingĒ it and add things to taste. The molasses and honey add just enough to make sticky you donít want it too gooey. I like mine with warm milk. Hope that helps start off with small amounts and have fun experimenting to create your own personal granola. Even if you mess up it still tastes good. Good luck
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Any ideas for a warm sweet breakfest? I love my yogurt and blue berry parfaits but sense we have been -4 temps in the mornings right now I really would like to have something I can heat up at work. I do bring in my little egg bakes or poched eggs everyday but I like something sweet on the side. I also have apples, pears, to go along with my blue berries. I do like oats but not oatmeal to mushy. If there is a reciepe for a crunchier version (kind of like warm granola) let me know. I am new to cooking too.
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