Healthy Granola

November 20, 2016

  • Yields: 6 Servings


3 cups Oatmeal

1/2 cup Walnuts

1 cup Processed Almonds

1 cup Coconut

1 cup Dates

3 tsp Vanilla

3 tsp Cinnamon

2 pinch Salt

1/2 cup Honey

1/2 cup Coconut Oil


1We will start with adding the 3 cups of oatmeal

2Next add the cup of processed almonds

3Then add the 1/2 cup of walnuts

4Add the 1 cup of coconut shavings


6Add the 1 cup of dates or other dry fruit of your choosing

7Add 3 teaspoons of vanilla

8As well as 3 teaspoons of cinnamon

9Next, add a few pinches of salt

10Add 1/2 cup of honey


12Add one half cup of melted coconut oil and stir with your hands

13Add coconut oil to your pan as well to prevent sticking

14Place mixture on pan. A thin layer is needed for even cooking

15Place pan with mixture in a 350 degree oven for 12 - 15 minutes

16At the 12 - 15 minute mark rotate the mixture for even cooking. Add chocolate if desired. Continue to bake for 12 - 15 minutes.

17Let the mixture cool and enjoy!


13 Reviews



January 23, 2017

Awesome, hope you enjoy it!

Helen Taylor-Cobb

January 22, 2017

Absolutely scummy! The kids are now putting this into natural yoghurt with honey for their breakfast and gone are the dodge sugar coated cereals and boring old toast. 🙂 Now G, how about some in a scummy bars? 😀

Joseph Watson

January 15, 2017

sounds great!!! Sorry about you oven. Hope you get it fixed soon. I’m goanna make this and will let you know how it turns out.



December 3, 2016

Thanks for watching and glad you enjoy the videos Sonya! Our oven broke so we are waiting to get it fixed to shoot again 🙁


December 3, 2016

Looks really yummy! Well done! Will definitely be making some soon! Love that you include the recipes AND step by step pics!! The evolution of your cooking segments has been a pleasure to watch! Keep it up! 😀



November 28, 2016

That is not a bad idea at all! I can tell you were heavy into business, always thinking of new ideas! Stay safe out there!



November 21, 2016

Good call Robin. Let us know what you think!

John Skinner

November 20, 2016

Hi G! I looked in store for some prepackaged granola…oh no, it wasn’t there 🙁 I have never used an oven, but maybe I could figure that out if you sold this stuff uncooked. I’m thinking selling it uncooked would give it more shelf life; maybe that wouldn’t matter. If you could have certain products, like this granola, for which you cold take online “pre-orders, including full payment” with the understanding that the delivery time wouldn’t be certain because you’d need enough orders to justify making a “batch”, I’d buy. This way, you could accumulate enough orders, then make and ship a bunch at one time when it’s practical for you. Anyhow, I’m a buyer if and when you start selling stuff. Love your videos!


November 20, 2016

Looks like a great recipe. I will give this a try. I would suggest warming the honey with the coconut oil…it should mix in much easier



November 20, 2016

Thanks Tim! Maybe next time for the raisins 🙂



November 20, 2016

Thanks for the heads up on that. I finished adding items around 2am and I was getting a little hazy 🙂


November 20, 2016

G, my wife wanted your recipe so I attempted to print it by moving it to a Word Document. In doing so, I needed to remove your great photos so it would fit one page of paper. In doing so, I noticed you forgot something on Step 16 “At the 12 – 15 minute mark rotate the mixture for even cooking. Add chocolate if desired”. Believe you needed to Add the following, “Continue to bake for another 15-20 minutes.” Thanks again for letting us travel with you and now pick up some recipes to try out.

Tim of Timrover

November 20, 2016

WOW G you forgot to throw in some raisins, just teasing! I can only imagine the aroma out of the oven. Good Job G!

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