• Raw Granola {Gypsy Magpie}

    Easy Raw Granola

    I am addicted to granola.

    I’m pretty sure that there isn’t a granola out there that I wouldn’t love. A few years ago one of my closest friends, KYNDRA, gave me her recipe for Raw Granola and I have been in love ever since!

    If peanut butter, coconut, and banana are your thing then this is right up your alley!

    {Now, I just have to apologize right now up front! I am not a food photographer or even a decent photographer for that matter, so please don’t judge this awesome granola by my very poor camera skills! Try it out and I swear you’ll love it.}

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    Here’s how… because it’s crazy difficult.

    Just kidding, it’s seriously easy.

     

    Start by mixing together your oats and coconut in a large bowl.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    Next add the nuts.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    If you have whole almonds, just process them for a bit in your blender or food processor until they are the size you want. Same goes for the banana chips and any other nuts you may want to add.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    The awesome thing about granola is that it is completely customizable to your tastes and what you have on hand. If you want to use pecans instead of almonds, go for it. If you hate bananas replace them with something else like sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, or flax. Maybe you don’t like the way chia seeds get stuck in your teeth? Leave them out. If you’re doing the paleo thing, then try all nuts and no oats.

    You get the idea.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    Once you get your dry ingredients to you liking give them a stir and set the bowl aside.

    It helps if you have a happy little helper to do the mixing.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    Now mix together the wet ingredients in a blender or separate bowl.

    Again, if you don’t like peanut butter supplement with another nut butter. It’s all up to you.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    I like using my blender because it’s already dirty from grinding the nuts and I don’t want to wash more bowls.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    Add the wet ingredients to the dry then let your dreamy eyed happy helper do more mixing while you sweep up the mixing mess she left you on the floor.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

    Once it’s all incorporated stick it in the fridge until ready to use.

    Because this is a raw granola, make sure to store the leftovers covered in the refrigerator.

    I love this granola sprinkled over Greek yogurt with a drizzle of honey on top. But, it’s also delicious eaten as a cereal with almond milk or as an ice cream topping.

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

     

     

    Easy Raw Granola by Gypsy Magpie

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    My favorite thing about this granola is that it tastes like dessert.

    What could be better?

    Try it out and then make sure to come back and tell me what you think!

    P.S. I just want to point out that I made my first PDF! Thanks to the lovely A TYPICAL ENGLISH HOME for the awesome tutorial! You don’t even know it but you made my day!

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  • Heather
    6 May 2014
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    This sounds really good. I’ve never done a raw granola before. I’m going to have to give it a try.

  • Mindy
    6 May 2014
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    look at you!! all fancy with your PDF…
    (missed you.. and it’s all my fault!)

    • Missy
      12 May 2014
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      Don’t make fun of me, fabulous creative designer. I’m learning! Thank goodness for blog tutorials and Pinterest! Hahaha!

  • Mindy
    6 May 2014
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