Cinnamon Stove Top Granola Recipe
This is a super fast and simple to make granola that comes out tender, crisp and delicious every time! It's very versatile, simply add your favorite dried fruits, nuts, toasted coconut, etc. If you prefer your granola harder, just cook it a little longer at the end. Using butter will give it a deeper/heavier flavor, oil gives it a lighter flavor, more like the commercial granolas you find at your grocery store.
A delicious quick and easy granola with almonds and dried cranberries that is made on the stovetop.
Hearty granola made of spelt flakes, oats, hemp seeds, and almonds is a superfood breakfast cereal that is made primarily on the stovetop.
This homemade granola recipe uses oats, nuts, and dried fruit to create a tasty family-friendly breakfast cereal.
This is the most delectable granola I have ever tasted! I added cherry flavored cranberries, pecans, dried bananas, coconut and a tropical blend with mango, papaya and pineapple and omitted the almonds and raisins. It's full of delicious goodness & I can hardly wait for breakfast tomorrow. Thanks so much for such an awesome recipe!
This recipe is so easy and tasty and versatile! I add about a half teaspoon of vanilla extract to the butter/honey/molasses mixture to soften the molasses flavor. Any combination of dried fruit and nuts is delicious with this as the base, and I've also added seeds and chocolate chips. The possibilities are endless!
Maple syrup and flavoring give an extra burst of maple in this granola with oats, pecans, and walnuts.
It's easy to make your own delicious granola! Mix together your favorite grains, seeds and nuts, then bake.
This was my first time making granola and boy was I impressed with the results, very very yummy. I used sliced almonds and I used dried cranberrys because that was what I had. i'll never buy store bought again, my dad eats yogurt every morning w/ granola. I can't wait until he tries it. It was very crunchy and chewy and clumped together wonderfully, just all over great! I think I will try it with orange extract! Thanks for the great recipe! Roweena I am giving it away as gifts this Christmas along with some other homemade goodies. Maybe I should add that I substituted coconut oil for the olive oil, and I didn't have molasses but used dark pancake syrup from Karo instead. I also have been using Cinnamon Plus from Pampered Chef, a wonderful blend of spices for cookies, etc. It all worked!
Oats and coconut flakes are baked in a mixture of honey, maple sugar, maple syrup, vanilla, and, of course, cinnamon, for a quick and easy homemade granola.