This is my go-to granola recipe and I have made it many times. The hardest part is sticking to the portion size. I love having it crumbled into my plain greek yogurt. So yummy.
This was very tasty, but I found it to be extremely sweet. I'd cut out the 2 tbsp or sugar or reduce the amount of molasses the next time I make this.
This was so good. I had two people request batches for themselves. I could taste the salt, but it was subtle and I like the salty/sweet combo.
I loved the granola, and so did my friends! It tasted amazing! I couldn't believe it was actually pretty healthy. I ended up using about 1 tablespoon of sugar and it still came out pretty yummy. I also didn't have dried currants, so added some cut up dried bing cherries and goji berries. Great snack!!!
Excellent! How granola should be. One bit of advice - I thought 1/2 t. of salt was too much - it needs half that, if any. Otherwise, a great recipe and very easy to make.
I've made this recipe for my family and we all enjoyed it so much that I make this regularly as a breakfast food.
This recipe is easy, fast and tastes great! It is a wholesome snack for kids and will keep them filled up for a while. I substituted honey for the sugar and some of the molasses and I used sunflower seeds instead of almonds. The first batch I overcooked and they had a strong burnt taste but the second batch was perfect. I keep the granola in the freezer and pull it out for snacks or crumble it in plain yogurt!
To reduce the calories, I only used 3 Tablespoons of molasses. It didn't make a difference in the consistency. The color was good and it broke apart nicely to make a good granola. The next time I will subsitute honey for the molasses, just to lessen the strong molasses flavor.
Mine didn't look like the picture. Mine was very dark brown to black in color. (I think I overcooked it, but it would have been very dark, nonetheless.)
I followed this recipe exactly and it turned out great! I highly recommend it. Whenever I make granola it never clumps, not true for this recipe you actually have to break it apart. It was so easy and so good!