Maple Pecan Granola Recipe
Maple syrup and flavoring give an extra burst of maple in this granola with oats, pecans, and walnuts.
This easy-to-make granola is perfect for colder months and will make your house smell amazing with toasty notes of pecans, sweet maple, and spicy cinnamon. Top it off with chopped dates for added sweetness.
Homemade maple pecan granola with plenty of spiced dried fruit is a crunchy topping for yogurt or great by itself!
Homemade maple granola with pecans and coconut oil is a hearty and crunchy cereal you can eat alone and sprinkle over yogurt or ice cream.
Olive oil adds depth of flavor to this easy homemade maple granola packed with pumpkin seeds, pecans, almonds, or any nut-seed combo you prefer.
Pretty easy to make and tastes good. I reduced the maple syrup and the cinnamon and skipped the maple flavoring(did not have it). The granola recipe I usually makes has a lots of nuts and seeds and I missed that in this recipe. I might use less oats next time and more nuts and seeds.
I have bought the Trader Joe's Maple Pecan Granola for years and now they don't have it anymore. So I searched for a recipe I could grow to love as much. FOUND IT! I doubled the pecans, left out the walnuts and flax seed, used coconut oil and vanilla as some had suggested. Can't wait for breakfast in the morning.
It was good. My only suggestion would be to add the salt in with the dry ingredients. And also I didn't add the maple extract because I didn't think it would be necessary and it wasn't.
It's easy to make your own delicious granola! Mix together your favorite grains, seeds and nuts, then bake.