This cranberry pecan granola is a wonderful recipe to get your morning going. It is vanilla and honey scented, has good crunch thanks to the pecans, and is not overly sweet. You can replace the pecans with sunflower and sesame seeds to make these nut-free. This is a perfect recipe to use in parfaits for school lunches. In a container with a tight-fitting lid, layer Greek vanilla yogurt, jam and the granola.
Cranberry Pecan Granola Recipes
Cranberry Pecan Granola
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Place the rolled oats, pecans, and cranberries in a mixing bowl.
- Bring the honey and butter to a boil in a saucepan. Once boiling, remove from heat source and mix in the vanilla extract.
- Pour honey onto the rolled oats and mix till well combined.
- Spread the granola mixture onto the prepared cookie sheet and bake 17-20 minutes or until golden brown. You can rotate the pan once to make sure the granola cooks evenly.
- Let cool.
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Nava Atlas’ Cranberry Pecan Granola Recipe
This cranberry-pecan granola keeps you full and satisfied all morning. Alternatively, you can enjoy it at any time of the day. Making it at home takes just a few minutes, and the result tastes much fresher than store-bought varieties. You can experiment with different dried fruits and add them to the mixture. Serve it with milk or fresh fruit. It will make a great treat on its own or as a sweet treat.
In this book, you will find a wide selection of delicious vegan and vegetarian recipes. Nava Atlas is an author of several vegan and vegetarian cookbooks. Her first one is considered a classic in its field. As a visual artist, she creates unique artwork, including limited-edition artists’ books and text-driven objects and installations. She also shows her work nationally and is part of several university and museum collections.
Nava Atlas cranberry pecan granola
Nava Atlas is the author of more than 200 vegan and vegetarian cookbooks. Her first book is considered a classic in its field. She has also become a visual artist, specializing in limited-edition artists’ books, text-driven objects, and installations. Her work is featured in many museum and university collections. She hopes that this book will encourage vegetarians and non-vegetarians to give vegan cooking a try.
This homemade cranberry-pecan granola keeps you full all morning. It is also a delicious snack for any time of day. All you need is a few minutes of mixing, then baking, to make a delicious and nutritious snack. This recipe is not only easy to make but also tastes better than store-bought granola. It can also be adapted to include dried fruit other than cranberries. Serve this delicious granola with a glass of plant-based milk or fresh fruit.
For a more unusual breakfast, you can try one of Nava’s unconventional suggestions, such as Breakfast Burritos, Pasta for Breakfast, and Morning Parfaits. Another great idea is to make a basic yogurt pancake with a variety of flavors. Nava also includes recipes for a variety of granolas, including Classic Crunchy Granola, Cinnamon-Apple Granola, and Cranberry-Pecan Granola.