Pistachio Granola

  • rjh1956 Posted: 12/15/09
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    I will never eat packaged granol;a again! My husband loves it. It is easy to vary the granola by simply substituting different dried fruits and nuts and almost any juice will work. I agree with baking for about 10-15 minutes at 350 degrees, this also allows for more dry ingredients which increases the nutritional value and reduces the sugar content per serving.

  • MGoodlife Posted: 03/18/09
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    This is our all time favorite granola. My husband requests it frequently because he loves the green pistachios in it. I have substituted whatever juice I have on hand for the cider with no change in the overall flavor. Just recently I baked the granola instead of cooking it on the stove, and we felt it had a better texture to it. I will probably do that from now on.

  • FoodieSandi Posted: 02/23/10
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    This granola is da bomb! Very easy to make, very good, and you can vary the ingredients easily. The only change I usually make is to use dried cranberries instead of the cherries, saves me some $$. Next time I'll try baking it a little and see how that turns out.

  • elenaash Posted: 10/07/09
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    This delicious recipe was a hit as part of a multi-course holiday brunch. I have had several requests for the recipe. I made it exactly as described and plan to make it often.

  • Bella92 Posted: 06/01/10
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    Quick & easy to make and super yummy. I took the suggestion of a couple of reviewers and baked mine for about 15 minutes at 350. It really made a nice difference. I also used apple juice and cherry-flavored Craisins and this was just a great hit. Can't wait to try it again with different juice/nut combos.


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