FAIRWAY BIRDIES GRANOLA

It’s so easy to enter the super market looking for your favourite muesli but do you really know what’s in it !  We love making this granola in our household, it’s so quick & easy.   Not to mention the dollars I have saved by buying the ingredients in bulk.  Something to do this weekend other than golf …

We usually have it with fruit & yogurt for breakfast but try it on a salad or curry, which ever takes your fancy.

Fairway Birdies Granola

2 cups  Natural oats

1/2 sunflower seeds

1/2 pumpkin seeds

1/4 cup chia seeds

1 cup of unsalted cashews

1 cup of raw almonds

1 cup walnuts

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

1/2 tsp cardamon pod ground

1/2 cup coconut oil

1/3 cup rice malt syrup

Add all raw ingredients, spices into a large mixing bowl.

Add Coconut oil & Rice malt syrup into a small saucepan and bring to the boil.  Stir until bubbling.

Add boiled syrup to raw ingredients and combine, be sure to cover all raw ingredients before spreading evenly over the oven tray.

Heat oven to 160 degrees, DO NOT LEAVE THE KITCHEN AREA !!!

Cook granola for 10 mins stirring as it browns making sure all ingredients are toasted.  You can decide on how toasted you would like it but be careful not to burn the cashews 🙂

Enjoy…

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Nikki xx

  1. Sounds fabulous, I will give it a try!! Yum

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    1. Nikki Wilson

      Thanks Chris, I knew you’d like this one 🙂 xx

      Reply

  2. Hi Nicky Love your blog Read it with interest Love Sandy Hammill xx

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    1. Nikki Wilson

      Thank you Sandy, see you at the club soon xx

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  3. catherine sutherland December 6, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    Love the Granola Nic. For a gluten free/paleo option you may be able to use Buckwheat instead of oats? Such a great idea for a Blog. Love Cath

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    1. Nikki Wilson

      Thanks Babe, great idea & thanks for subscribing hope you enjoy. Looking forward to getting some clubs into your hands xx

      Reply

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