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Friday, June 18, 2010

Granola (Sharon Danneman)

$5.33 ($0.65 per cup) Without blueberries: $3.94 ($0.49 per cup)

Updated 3/2/13.


7.5 c quick oats
¼ c wheat germ or wheat bran (optional)
1 c oil
1 c honey
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 c dried blueberries

Mix oats and oil together in a large bowl. Pour honey over the mixture and stir well. Mix in cinnamon and vanilla. Dump onto a greased cookie sheet and spread flat. Bake at 300° for 30 min. Stir. Bake 10 more minutes. Cool completely. Mix in blueberries and pour into cereal container. (I mix in the blueberries as I pour the granola into my cereal container.)

Note: you may want to use Beano when introducing lots of oats into your diet. :)

*Do these same first steps to make granola as well. (See recipe for peanut butter granola bars under "snacks"). Double the first 4 ingredients if making both granola and granola bars. Bake on two cookie sheets. Use one cookie sheet for granola; the other for granola bars. Only add cinnamon and vanilla to the half you are making into granola cereal.


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