• Breakfast,  Snacks,  Sweets

    RAWnola. The No-Bake Sister of Granola.

    Granola, a favorite to many. Enjoy at breakfast with milk or yoghurt or as a topping on your smoothie bowl. If you love it as much as I do, it is advisable to make it yourself. The store-bought granola from the supermarket is often packed with refined sugars and other additives. As you know, I’m a big advocate for home-made food. Then at least you know what the ingredients are. And because you make it yourself, you always choose healthy, nutritious ingredients. I have made my own granola for a long time and luckily the whole family love it. Hence, I am always busy making healthy snacks such as breakfast bars,…

  • Breakfast,  Sweets

    Crunchy Chocolate Granola

    Chocolate powder + oats + nuts + seeds = Chocolate Granola 🙂 As simple as this. You can play with the sweetness of this granola recipe, I tend to lean more towards less sweet. All up to your taste buds. Be creative and replace ingredients you don’t have on hand with just whatever you do have. Makes sense no? Ok let’s go, it’s playtime! Crunchy Chocolate Granola Recipe Type: Breakfast Author: Melissa Senduk Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 15 mins Total time: 25 mins Serves: 4 cups Ingredients 1 cup rolled oats 2 1/2 cup mixed nuts and seeds: sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, walnuts, they are…

  • Breakfast

    Crispy Quinoa Granola

    A little quiz up in here. What is the difference between muesli and granola? I know right, I had to use mister google to find the answer. It is said that the birth place of Muesli is in Swiss back in 1900 something. It consisted rolled oats, almonds, condensed milk and grated apple. Today we eat muesli mostly with cold milk. On the other hand you have granola, with roots laying in The United States, developed around the same period of time, containing rolled oats along with nuts, seeds and dried fruit, however it can also be made with barley or rye grains. The mixture then is prepared with some…