Would you be able to post your recipe for homemade granola pretty please? :)
Hey love! Sorry this took so long!
Here’s the homemade granola recipe!
-2 cups of whole, raw rolled oats
-½ cup of chopped raw almonds
-½ cup of chopped dried ginger
-½ cup of raisins
-1/8 cup of raw black chia seeds
-3 tablespoons of raw honey
-3 tablespoons of coconut oil
-½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
-pinch of salt
Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit (150 Celsius). Mix all ingredients in a medium sized mixing bowl. Spread in a thin layer on a baking sheet, and bake for 10 minutes, or until it JUST starts to brown. Keep an eye on it; its sneaky and can brown quickly before you know it! You want the oats to be a tan colour, not actually brown, to keep it from tasting bitter. Remove from oven and allow to cool before putting it in an airtight container for storage.
That should make just over 4 cups of granola, which comes to 132 calories per ¼ cup, which is the serving size I use for the overnight oatmeal. To make that, just add ½ cup of coconut milk (or any other milk you like) in a sealer jar overnight, and in the morning it will have magically transformed into delicious (and not pasty) oatmeal!
Ah, my bro's Gamzee Makara kin, could I request some foods/drinks for him? He adores sweets, especially chocolate, and grape-flavored things, as well as peanuts! Sorry if this is strange or anything! This blog is lovely, by the way!!
Thanks so much! Here are some things for your bro. Hope he likes them! ^^
This is honestly the simplest recipe i have ever made up - and it tastes really good. I personally eat one serve of this for breakfast and i find it’s filling enough. Please give me credit if reposted as i made up the recipe myself.
3 tablespoons black chia seeds
½ cup water
½ cup soy milk
(optional) 1-2 teaspoons agave syrup/manuka honey
1) Combine the chia seeds, milk, and water in a glass or bowl. Mix and allow to rest for 30 minutes.
2) After the 30 minutes, mix thoroughly once again and place into the fridge overnight.
3) Serve chilled with agave syrup or manuka honey if desired.