Granola

Fall means hearty grains for breakfast! I made a double batch of granola today ~ that means ten cups of oatmeal. I added sunflower seeds and peanuts to this batch. Here the liquids are ready to pour in. Then stir, stir, stir, pour in a flat pan, and bake.

This is popular in our house with plain yogurt. Some of us like it also with fruit, some don’t. It will last slightly more than a week, courtesy of our two resident teens.

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  1. As to the teenagers–better whole grain oats than boxes of cereal!I can see I’ll have to adjust my budget a lot as the kids grow!

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