'Healthy granola recipe' might sound redundant to some people, but it's actually really hard to find healthy vegan recipes for granola that aren't loaded with sugar and oil.
This granola is only sweetened with pure fruit juice. If you want something a bit sweeter, you can replace part of the juice with maple syrup, or add some unrefined sugar.
I like it with this light sweetness, though, and the flavor of the juice will add its own character to your granola.
Today I used pineapple juice, which gave it a fun tropical taste. It would have gone perfectly with the coconut I usually add, but I was unfortunately out of coconut.
I usually use cranberry, which goes perfectly when I use dried cranberries.
I have a few favorite uses for granola. One is to sprinkle it on top of a fruit salad. Another is to mix it with my morning porridge to add a bit of crunch. Phil likes to eat it on its own, like cereal.
The best part about this granola is that it's totally healthy and so easy to make.
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Time from start to eating: 60 minutes
Makes 5 cups
I hope you like this healthy granole recipe, and check out some more of my healthy vegan recipes.