Saturday, December 13, 2014

My granola recipe, just in time for gift giving



 If you're in need of a homemade food gift, this granola looks very pretty 
all dressed up in a mason jar with a big ribbon.  
It is delicious on it's own, and a delight 
served over yogurt.


For Fine Granola - break apart while still warm.

For Larger Granola - break apart when cool.(This is my favorite way to eat it...I look for the big clumps with lots of nuts)


I am joining Rattlebridge Farm for Foodie Friday
Debbie

Debbie@Mountain Breaths
Debbie@Mountain Breaths

Hello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

11 comments:

  1. Love the bran flakes addition..I eat them every morning..
    Cute bowl and dish..goes so well w/ your stle and the KA ornament:)

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    1. I am a bran flakes gal, and Joe is a cheerios guy ;o) My son's dear girlfriend gifted me with the Northwoods dishes. The KA ornament is too stinkin cute isn't it!

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  2. I have everything in my pantry to make this, my friend! I'm thinking that Raisin Bran would be ok to sub for the plain Bran Flakes?
    Hope all is well with you. xo

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    1. Hi Kitty! Raisin Bran would be perfect. I use what I have on hand. xo

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  3. I like the big chunks too:@) Sounds great!

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  4. What a great gift idea, Debbie! I can almost taste the honey butter and a little hint of vanilla.

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  5. I love the bowl and plate!! Just my color too. Wish I had a cabin to use them in :) Great idea for a homemade holiday gift, Debbie! Everyone loves granola.

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  6. Sounds good! Glad to visit - coming over from Kitty's. Merry Christmas, Debbie!

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  7. This looks wonderful. I have often thought about making granola. Maybe this will motivate me into making some. xo

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