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Want to make your own grain-free granola? Check out this easy (and super tasty) recipe below!


This grain-free granola recipe takes about 20 minutes to make. You can use simple ingredients you already have in your pantry. The granola makes a great topper for smoothies, oatmeal, and yogurt—or eat it on its own as a delicious, healthy snack you'll want to munch on all day at your desk!

Grain-Free Granola Recipe

1/3 cup each of your choice of nuts, seeds, coconut

3 tbsp. flaxseed

3 tbsp. hemp seeds

dash of cinnamon (to taste)

1 tsp. vanilla

3 tbsp. honey

1 tbsp. corn starch

1/4 cup melted coconut oil


Combine 1/3 cup each of your choice of nuts, seeds, and coconut into a food processor. Use the food processor to lightly grind the mixture of nuts, seeds, and coconut. Then, add the mixture to a large mixing bowl.

Add the rest of the ingredients into the large mixing bowl. Stir well. On a lined baking sheet, spread the granola evenly and bake at 325 degrees for 15 minutes.

Enjoy!

Woman making grain-free granola

For a healthy snack during the workday, you couldn't ask for a better (and tastier) recipe. We hope you give this grain-free granola a try!


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