Usually the granola formula is added with a variety of oils, honey, syrup, etc., but I found that the addition of sugar oil can also make a sweet and crisp granola, and because the ingredients are less, it is easier and faster. Banana can be replaced. Into pumpkin puree, sweet potato puree, apple puree and so on. With milk or juice for breakfast, you can also directly serve as a snack.
The oven is preheated to 170 degrees, and the banana is stirred into a mud. As far as possible, there are no large particles and it is fluid.
Add oatmeal, nuts and cinnamon and mix well.
At this point the mixture is in a relatively wet state. Bake the plate with a thin oil to prevent sticking. Spread the oatmeal mixture on the baking sheet and spread it as much as possible.
After baking for 20 minutes, stir it up and knead the sticks into small pieces. Turn the oven down to 150 degrees and continue to bake for about 40 minutes (the time is not necessarily accurate, pay attention to observation). There are kitchen friends who report that it is only 20 minutes after being lowered to 150 degrees for reference. Because I use a relatively large circulating oven, if your oven has a row of heating tubes and is not far from the food, consider lowering the temperature so that the finished product can be made more while avoiding scorching. brittle.
It may not be crisp enough when it is just released. It doesn't matter. After the tile is cooled, it will naturally become brittle. Sealed and stored completely after cooling.
Unless you are particularly sweet, the sweetness of bananas and walnuts is already delicious. Bananas can also be replaced with pumpkin puree, sweet potato puree, apple puree and so on.