Looking for a granola recipe with a little less sugar but still tastes great? Try this Everyday Granola recipe adapted from The Kitchn.
After dusting off and opening up The Kitchn’s cookbook for my last redux challenge, I found a recipe for Everyday Granola that was screaming my name. I made it a couple days ago and it’s one that should be shared. My favorite way to eat this is with kefir, a fermented milk product similar to yogurt but with a thinner consistency. It’s a little tangy but the slight sweetness from the granola helps balance that out. Plus, it’s loaded with gut health-promoting probiotics that help improve digestion, reduce inflammation, and make you feel all around good.
The beauty of homemade granola is the limitless options to make it your own. Use whatever nuts and seeds, extracts and spices you like. It makes a great gift, shares well and stores nicely in an airtight container. I’ve used slightly less sugar here and I don’t think it sacrificed the taste. Enjoy!