Granola (granola) is a very popular American breakfast with lots of oatmeal, honey, dried fruit and nuts. Oatmeal can be paired with milk or yogurt in the morning. Or a snack made with apples, bananas and peanut butter in the afternoon tea is not bad. You can even sprinkle granola on ice cream or fruit salad! The original party (poke: http://www.marthastewart.com/337707/blueberry-almond-granola) uses cup as the unit of measurement. I have halved the formula and converted the amount into "grams". The finished product can be filled with IKEA 1 liter glass jar. It is not a harsh formula. The raw material dosage can be more or less. The nuts can be selected by yourself: walnuts, pecans, almonds and horses can be selected: raisins , cranberry, candied dates, candied cherries, dried pineapple...
Mix vegetable oil, brown sugar, honey, vanilla extract, cinnamon powder and salt in a large bowl
Pour oatmeal and chopped walnuts into the large bowl of step 1 and mix well to evenly wrap the oats and nuts in the syrup
The oven is preheated to 150 degrees. Apply an additional amount of vegetable oil to the baking tray and pour the mixed ingredients from step 2 onto the baking sheet and spread them out. Bake for 15 minutes, take out the baking tray two or three times during baking, and break the oatmeal cake on the baking sheet.
After 15 minutes, add coconut milk to the cereal and mix well. Continue to bake for 15 minutes until the cereal turns golden brown.
The addition of a large amount of honey will become more sticky, and may stick to the baking sheet after cooling. I did this: when the oatmeal is still warm, put the oatmeal on the oil paper. After the oatmeal is completely cooled, the large pieces of oatmeal can be crushed in a fresh-keeping bag or crushed with a heavy object.
Mix the cooled oatmeal with the desired dried fruit or chocolate beans. The prepared oatmeal is sealed and stored for 3 weeks.
1. Pay attention to the time when the coconut is added, otherwise the coconut will be added too early, and the coconut will be easily scorched. 2. The oatmeal in the raw material is rolled oats, not ready-to-eat oatmeal.