This simple granola recipe combines sweet maple syrup, flavorful oats, almonds, and pepitas. Healthy granola doesn’t have to be bland or flavorless. In fact, granola done right is delicious and inviting. Let’s talk about this delicious maple and oats granola recipe.
Things to eat with granola for breakfast?
I’m currently in love with granola and working out. I eat it several times a week with breakfast and every once in a while I eat it for a healthy snack. It’s the perfect easy granola recipe for yogurt, but there are plenty of ways to eat granola that do not involve yogurt.
What to eat with granola besides yogurt?
- add a handful of granola to your cereal for an extra crunch
- top your pancakes with fresh fruit and granola
- add granola to your oatmeal
- sprinkle some on your acai bowl
- a little on your french toast goes a long way
Healthy homemade granola ingredients
Store-bought granola is not always the most healthy. Pre-packaged granola can contain lots of preservatives, added sugar, and other harmful ingredients. It is always best to make your own food whenever it is possible because you can oversee the “quality control”. Here are a few delicious ingredients to add to this easy granola recipe.
- dried fruit (cranberries, cherries, raisins)
- coconut flakes
- pumpkin seeds
- coconut oil
- maple syrup
- almond flakes
- dried banana chips