GRANOLA with FRUIT & NUTS
A sunny summer morning is the perfect time to stir up a batch of fresh and flavorful Granola with Fruit & Nuts! This traditional homemade granola is so much better than anything you can buy at the store.
The maple flavor is delicate and the granola is perfectly chewy. Nuts and seeds add just the right toasted crunch, and the dried fruits add just a touch of texture and sweetness.
The great thing about this granola is that you can make it your favorite way, and include just the special add-ins that YOU want. Old fashioned oatmeal is joined by flax seeds or wheat germ. You can stir in sunflower or pumpkin seeds for an extra punch of texture and flavor. Choose your favorite nuts - almonds, pecans, cashews, walnuts....
And the fruits - where to start? For a camping or backpacking trip, its easier to add dried fruits than carry fresh fruits - raisins, craisins, dried cherries, dates, apricots, even dried mango. The possibilities are endless, and the taste is uniquely yours!
I think you'll agree that this delicious Granola with Fruit & Nuts is the perfect addition to our Granola shelf!
Hope that you enjoy as much as we do!
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