This granola is the absolute bee's knees.
Honestly and truly.
I've had a bit of a complex about making this granola since I nearly burnt my house down last year in an attempt to make it...(I had the oven on grill by accident...with the door shut, MASSIVE freak out was had). I'm lucky both myself and the oven are still alive to tell the tale. The baking tray however is not. RIP.
Anyway, I feel like a cat that's got the cream, I've definitely found my weekday breakfast item to surpass all other breakfast items and I'm SUPER excited to share it with you all so you can bask in healthy oat-y, banana-y glee as well.
ZERO refined sugars in this recipe only natural sugars, so you can plonk yourself down with a smug smile plastered to your chops whilst tucking into a bowl.
What you'll need //
50g sunflower seeds
50g pumpkin seeds
handful goji berries
2 ripe bananas
3 tbsp coconut oil
3 tbsp honey or agave
couple drops vanilla extract
PS, feel free to add nuts, I'm just allergic. *geek emoji*
The best thing about this granola is that a little definitely goes a long way. I have about a handful for breakfast each morning and it keeps me going through until lunch, (I'm usually a massive grazer). It took no time at all to throw together and I would say I've made enough to last me about 2 weeks.
That is unless William snaffles some...which he has been. Grr.
What to do //
Preheat oven to 200 degrees C (fan not grill!!) and line a baking tray with greaseproof paper.
Into a large mixing bowl pour your oats, seeds, dried fruits and salt.
In a separate bowl, mush up your bananas and stir in your coconut oil, honey and vanilla. Combine well.
Pour your banana mixture over your oat-y/seedy mixture and combine thoroughly.
Pour onto your lined baking tray and bake for 10 minutes. Toss & turn granola with a wooden spoon and bake for a further 20 minutes, turning the granola every 5 minutes so it doesn't burn on top.
Enjoy this healthy, crunchy yet chewy treat with a large splash of coconut milk :)
Happy weekends one and all!
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