Today we are going to be creative and make mini pancakes or pancake cereal. This is the easiest mini pancake recipe that you are ever going to make!
Delicious Raisin Bran Muffins are easy to make breakfast muffins made with the classic raisin bran cereal we all know and love! The tasty cinnamon muffin surrounds bran flakes and tender bites of raisin and is absolutely perfect with a touch of honey or pat of butter!
Granola is a breakfast and snack food consisting of rolled oats, nuts, honey or other sweeteners such as brown sugar, and sometimes puffed rice, that is usually baked until crisp, toasted and golden brown. wikipedia Best of all, this recipe is super easy to make! Just stir together the dry...
Granola bars are great ways to keep binges in line. We like keeping healthy homemade bars close to ensure we have a healthy energy source to satisfy any craving without going after unhealthy sources.
Ever wanted to create your own favorite breakfast cereal? This recipe is so much fun to make at home.
It's easy to make delicious homemade keto granola for a crunchy breakfast with simple ingredients...it's perfect for a low-carb diet like keto, paleo, grain-free.
These honey-sweetened homemade yogurt parfaits with fruits and granola are just as delicious whether you have them for breakfast or as a healthy dessert.
Tired of paying over $5 a box for granola bars? These Homemade Chewy Granola Bars are probably one of the easiest grocery store swaps you can make at home, and flavor just the way you like them!
I thought that this week a breakfast recipe was in order as I'm constantly trying to find new and not-so-boring cereal alternatives to...
Healthy, vegan, refined sugar-free homemade granola with all your favourite nuts and seeds.
For me, there are few aromas that are as enticing or welcoming as homemade granola baking in the oven—toasted oats and nuts, cinnamon, vanilla, almond and a hint of coconut… irresistible. This healthy, fiber-rich recipe is packed with wholesome ingredients and is lightly sweetened with honey (or you can use maple syrup or a mix of both). It comes together easily and makes a batch that’s big enough to last weeks. Be sure to let the granola cool completely before adding the dried fruit (you can use any dried fruits you like, although I’m partial to cherries and currants). Enjoy the granola with milk or yogurt for a healthy breakfast or snack, or sprinkle it over roasted fruit or frozen yogurt for a delicious and nutritious dessert!
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Who needs oats for granola? This nutritional powerhouse is made with millet and buckwheat, along with chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, nut butter and coconut oil. It’s packed with protein and fiber and has a delicious nutty-sweet flavor. Serve the granola it on its own with yogurt or milk, or try sprinkling it over smoothie bowls or even on salads. The type of nut butter you use will affect the flavor, so go with what you like (I usually opt for almond butter or sunflower seed butter, but it’s up to you!). You can either sweeten the granola with honey or make it sugar free by using stevia instead. Different brands of stevia vary in their intensity, so be sure to taste as you go (I’ve also found that the more you eat stevia the more you become accustomed to its taste; if you’re trying it for the first time start small). Be sure to rinse the millet and buckwheat before combining them with the other ingredients—the moisture will help the granola to clump slightly. Sometimes I add chopped dark chocolate to this granola after it cools!
Granola makes a good and easy to serve breakfast or snack option. It can be served with milk or as a topping with fruits or desserts.
These irresistible gluten free granola bars are packed with oats, coconut, flax, chia seeds and nut or seed butter, and are sweetened with maple syrup, honey and chopped dark chocolate. They’re similar in flavor to store-bought bars, but are much more nutritious and delicious (they pass the kid test with flying colors!). The bars are easy and fun to make, especially if you have little hands around to help you. Be sure to use quick cooking oats, not old-fashioned, which won’t hold together.
There’s something so handy about a cereal or granola bar, the can fit into so many situations – breakfast on the run, a quick pre-lunch snack, a picnic staple, or a post-workout refuel. As people …
These oat and honey granola bars are made with wholesome ingredients that are sure to leave you feeling great. Loaded with toasted oats, pecans, cranberries, and more- these chewy bars are perfect for snacking or on top of yogurt!
Afternoon snacks are not only for kids in the household! Mama’s working hard and need some fuel comes 4pm. A big cup of tea and a little snack. It is so easy to grab store bought granola bars or cookies from a drawer but I always try to do a homemade treat.
These berry delicious smoothie bowls are packed full of superfoods, sure to fill you up and leave you feeling great! Topped with chia seeds, fresh fruit and homemade honey almond granola, these bowls are the perfect antioxidant rich treat!