A crunchy Paleo granola is a fantastic way to start the day, and it makes for a great tasty breakfast. The combination of the honey, nuts cranberries make this dish moreish. Personally, I tend to make this now almost every week, so I can have it for breakfast before I get started with work.
If you’re already on the paleo diet, then you will probably know that breakfast is a little harder as all those cereals, bread is all now off limits. This paleo granola recipe makes for a great replacement of cereal and is great for breakfast on the run.
This granola will keep well for a few weeks stored in an airtight container in the cupboard. Whenever you need some granola, just scoop some out of the container. Personally, I love having this around as it’s not every morning I have time to cook breakfast. It also makes for a pretty good paleo friendly snack as well.
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Paleo Granola Recipe
- 3 cups of mixed almonds, hazelnuts, cashews
- ¼ cup pumpkin seeds
- ¼ cup coconut oil
- ½ cup honey
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1 cup cranberries or raisins
- Preheat an oven to 275°F (160°C).
- Place the almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds into a food processor. Carefully blitz so that the nuts are in medium to small chunks.
- Over medium heat, add the honey & coconut oil to the pan.
- Once melted, add the nut mixture, cranberries and mix through.
- Line an oven tray with baking paper.
- On the baking paper, spread the granola mix out evenly.
- Cook in the oven for about 20-30 minutes or until lightly golden.
- Once done, allow to cool for 20-30 minutes.
- Store in an airtight container and enjoy!
- Be careful you keep an eye when you’re cooking this in the oven as honey contains a lot of sugar and will burn easily. If it appears to be burning, then remove from the oven immediately.
- This paleo granola recipe goes amazing with fresh berries and fruits. If you’re looking for a super healthy breakfast, then try incorporating some in-season fruits in this dish.
- Feel free to try other different types of dried fruits. My personal preference is either cranberries or raisins, but others work pretty well too.
If you want to know all about this granola and the impact it can have on your diet, then you can find all the information you need below. This data is estimated but will hopefully give you a good idea of what to expect.
There is a ton of other paleo friendly breakfasts that you’re able to make. Breakfasts range from a tasty grain free porridge right through to scrambled eggs and bacon. It just comes down to what you feel like cooking in the morning.
If you have made this recipe before and would love to share your thoughts and any variations you have then feel free to leave a comment below.