Friday, August 11, 2006

Jumbo Size Bag of Organic Oats

For my first experiment with making granola, I used Quaker Oats. I really like organic foods. Most of the foods I use are organic so I decided to invest in organic rolled oats. I went to the health food store and got a jumbo size bag. Perfect. Now armed with my oats, I was ready to got crazy...

Almond and walnut granola

I loved the first batch of granola so much I just had to make more. I decided to use walnuts in this batch and found it better then the first batch. I started useing it on my cereal everyday. Any suggestions on what eles to add to the granola? You can find the original recipe here.

The healthiest banna oatmeal cookies in the world

Recipe from Vegan Lunch Box.

Nothing about these makes them cookies. They contain no wheat, sugar, salt, or oil (and naturaly, being vegan and all, no eggs or dairy either). You may be skeptical but they taste soo soo good. Think of the taste as a crunchier banna-nut bread. I used a mini ice cream scoop to make popable mini bites.


Dori said...

I like granola too... plaiin, on soy yogurt, in muffins, on myu cooled oatmeal, with fruit and tofutti ice cream, on tofu pudding, on a spinach salad that contains something like strawberries and has a sweet dressing.... I like granola too. :D

I use the same kind of nutritional yeast.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I enjoyed reading your past posts and saw a few recipes I'd like to try.

The More with Less Cookbook says that making granola is like baking bread and I agree. No two batches turn out exactly the same. I'll have to try your recipe because it's much lower in fat and sugar than the one I usually use.

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