Here’s a fruity, nutty homemade cranberry-pecan granola that keeps you full and satisfied all morning, and that can be enjoyed as an anytime snack.
To my mind, store-bought granola is a pale imitation of the homemade version. It take minutes to mix, a short time to bake, and taste fresher than those bought in bulk or in boxes.
Though this recipe calls for pecans and dried cranberries, feel free to use it as a template and swap in walnuts, raisins (or other dried fruits, chopped). Serve for breakfast with plant-based milk; add some sliced banana or other fresh fruit if you’d like.