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Bring out your inner earth mother by whipping up a batch of wholesome granola. Most ready-made versions are high in fat and sugar, but a few simple tweaks makes this granola recipe a healthier but no less special breakfast.
Per bowlful: 235kcals, 9.6g fat (1.4g saturated), 6g protein, 7.9g carbs, 4.8g sugar, trace salt
The liquid added to the oats and seeds before baking softens the oats and helps them to form the characteristic granola clusters. You can squeeze the wet mixture together with your hands before spreading out on the baking sheet to encourage them to form clusters.
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What a great recipe - this was my first attempt at homemade granola - and the ingredients look pretty heallthy - only 2 tbsp of oil to almost 1kilo of dry ingredients!...the healthiest version I could find and the result is a lovely, crunchy granola which you could add your owm slant too if you fancied :) Can't wait til breakfast tomorrow!
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