Sunday, 29 June 2014

Homemade granola

Granola/musli is always filled with sugar and other nasties if you buy them from the supermarket even though some of them might look healthy. My dad used to buy me one of those
and there's 400 calories pr. 100 g in them!
But fear no more because this granola only contains 154 calories pr. 100 g and there's absolutely no sugar added! 
You can add any types of nuts and seeds, the ingredients below is just the ones I prefer.

Here's the recipe:

100 g almonds
150 g oats
100 g rugkerner (healthy version of puffed rice)
1 ripe banana

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius or 392 degrees Fahrenheit.
Chop almonds and put into a bowl with the dry ingredients.

Mash the banana and stir until mixed.

Pour a little honey over it and put it all into the oven for 20 min and stir after 5 min until done.

Take out of the oven and let it cool. 
Add dried cranberries or raisins if you like.
Keep it in a jar or a container and enjoy for breakfast or whenever you feel like adding a little crunch!

I had it for breakfast this morning in a watermelon bowl with low-fat greek yoghurt (skyr) and frozen banana chunks. It was so good I couldn't stop adding granola and force more juice out of the watermelon. So don't worry, I had way more than pictured! And please excuse my breakie for not being that photogenic, haha.


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