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As kids we always had granola in our kitchen. Me and Isabel would always eat it for breakfast, while Linn didn’t even bother to care for granola. She really missed something out, right?! Guess what ?! With this fantastic granola you can enchant everyone! It's super easy and will have your whole family running to the kitchen, drawn to the best smell ever. So it really is all about love for this recipe.

Granola Ingredients

Our Granola starts out with just three, simple ingredients: Oats, Maple syrup, and Coconut or olive oil. These are the three basic ingredients. Furthermore, you will need these mix-ins to add extra flavours;

  • Chopped Walnuts - Walnuts are great to add extra crunch and texture to your granola

  • Spices - The ultimate spice is cinnamon because it is healthy and super flavorful. It doesn’t matter if you eat granola in the summer or wintertime - cinnamon is great for every season!

  • Pumpkin Seeds - They are great for two main reasons. First, they give your granola a ‘foresty’ look and secondly, they keep your heart healthy - because they are a good source of antioxidants, magnesium, zinc and fatty acid

Granola Tips

  • Switch the Nuts - You can swap any nuts with the walnuts - they all work out great

  • Add-in Seeds - Use sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, chia or sunflower seeds to add more texture

  • Add fruits - If you prefer your granola with dried fruits, add them in. Keep in mind that they will harden even more when you put them into the oven, so add them in after your granola is baked

  • More clusters - To form more clusters, press the oats mixture into a 1-inch thick oval for 30 minutes of baking. Then, remove the pan from the oven and use a fork (or your hands) to gently break the oval apart. Let them cool for 10 minutes and you will have a fabulous granola

  • Seed or Nut butter - While making your granola you can also add-in 2 tbsp of almond, or peanut butter to create extra delicious, nutty clusters that are packed with protein

  • Cool off - It will get crispier with every minute of cooling

  • Clusters - If you find it hard to get a large amount of clusters, try using 1 ½ cups rolled oats and ½ cups oat flour

  • Serving - Serve your granola freshly - cold or warm - with anything you prefer. It will also work out great if you store them for a couple of days, but trust me, they won’t last!

  • Add chocolate chips - Chocolate works out great in granola! The only thing you have to keep in mind is that the chocolate can only be added after the granola has cooled off a little

Here are some suggestions you could try;

  • Any plant-based milk - it’s simple but so delicious!

  • Homemade Applesauce and coconut yogurt

  • Plant-based Milk and fresh berries


Easy - 1 baking tray - 38 minutes
  • 2 cups rolled oats

  • ½ cups walnuts, chopped

  • ¼ cups maple syrup

  • 2 tsp cinnamon

  • ½ tsp salt

  • 2 tbsp coconut oil

  • 4 tbsp pumpkin seeds


  1. Preheat your oven to 300*F (180*C) and line a baking sheet with parchment paper

  2. In a medium bowl, combine the oats, cinnamon, chopped walnuts, salt and pumpkin seeds

  3. Drizzle the coconut oil and the maple syrup evenly on top of the oats mixture. Stir until combined

  4. Place the granola onto the baking sheet and press the mixture into a 1-inch thick oval

  5. Bake straight for 30 min, until golden brown

  6. Let it cool 10 to 15 minutes before serving


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