Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Serves: about 2 cups of granola (which lasts in my house around 3 days!)
Difficulty (out of 5):
Remember, these are all relative ish! Adapt as you wish!
For looser granola, decrease the amount of honey and nut butter you use
As you can probably tell from my recipes, I’m a huge fan of oats! They’re unprocessed whole wheats, which in general mean that they take longer for your body to break down and provide your body with energy in a more stable manner, meaning less spikes in glucose levels. Plus granola is an amazing add-on for yogurt bowls in the morning and the light afternoon pick-me-up snack. And by making your own granola at home, you can control how much sugar/sweetener goes into it as well as the ratio of everything. Honestly though, this granola always gets demolished by my parents, if I’m not looking, it’ll all be gone within a few days!