Most granola recipes I’ve tried make a lot of granola! Which is great if you’re feeding a family but not so good if you’re on your own. Or maybe only one or two people in your family like granola. If you want to make a larger batch of granola, I’ve got a long-time tried and true recipe over here. This makes a smaller batch, about one quart, which is perfect for my smaller family these days. In addition to being a great breakfast with some fresh yogurt on top, it makes a reasonable nighttime munchy or afternoon snack.
Thanks to The Perfect Recipe for Losing Weight and Eating Great by Pam Anderson, which I bought because it was by Pam Anderson and not necessarily to lose weight. Her recipes are always so good! In the book, she has a variety of granola recipes. I’ve combined a couple of her variations to suit my taste. Last night I made it without the wheat germ because I didn’t have any. I used almonds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and raisins.