Yield: Yields 9 to 10 cups.
This honey-sweetened gem bakes up a little less crunchy than a sugar-sweetened granola. For added crispness, turn off the oven, leave the door ajar, and let the granola cool there. Stored in an airtight container, it will keep for at least three weeks.
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Great granola recipe. I made it every couple of weeks for a year or more. Problem with granola, you need more than a half cup fill U up in the AM. It's high in calories & fat. A half a cup:290 calories; 17 g fat.So, unfortunately, l moved away from granola:(
A great way to warm up the kitchen and fill the house with good smells. My husband was living in Japan when granola arrived on the American scene, and he was unfamiliar with this food. He was expecting something like grape-nuts, which he doesn't like. He was pleasantly surprised by this yummy treat. He likes to carry some in a zip-lock bag in his pocket when out on a hike.
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