Super Yummy nutritious granola

Super tasty Granola

This has a lot of ingredients, but because of that, it’s really rich and nutritionally dense with lots of different nutrients from so many ingredients.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American, Vegan


  • 3 large deep Pyrex or metal trays
  • Accurate digital scales and /or cup measures
  • medium sized saucepan
  • Large 11 litre pan


  • 1 cup (135g) of quinoa flakes = 422 Kcal
  • 10 cups (1050)g of porridge oats =4220 Kcal
  • 1 cup (125g) of desiccated coconut = 604 Kcal
  • 1 cup (150g) of pumpkin seeds = 750 Kcal
  • 1 cup (175g) of sesame seeds = 850 Kcal
  • 1 cup (200g) of sunflower seeds = 816 Kcal
  • 1 cup (175g) of hulled hemp seeds = 459 Kcal
  • 1 cup (150g) of raisins or sultanas = 494 Kcal
  • 1 cup (125g) of dried cranberries = 333 Kcal
  • 1 cup 125g of banana chips = 519 (for 1 cup) 700 Kcal
  • 1 cup (125g) of coconut shavings – 125g = 490 Kcal
  • 1 cup (125g) of white mulberries
  • ½ (165g) Coconut flower syrup 165g approx. of coconut flower nectar = 462
  • ½ (165g) of Agave Syraup 165g approx. of agave syrup = 374
  • 1 cup (260g) of vegetable oil 260g – rapeseed oil is best = 2294
  • 60 g of molasses =160 Kcal
  • 100 g of peanut butter = 593 Kcal
  • 100 g almond butter = 639 Kcal
  • 50 g of maple syrup = 130 Kcal
  • 50 g of date syrup = 150 Kcal
  • 1 tbsp (flat) of salt/lo-salt – optional
  • 2 tbsp (flat) of Cinnamon – optional
  • 1 cup (150g) of chopped dates – 475 Kcal


  • Using a very large 11 litre pan, weigh in (or add) all the dry ingredients one by one.
  • In a small saucepan weigh in all the wet ingredients.
    mixing the wet ingredients for the granola
  • Warm the pan on a low heat stirring often until all the ingredients are well mixed.
  • Pour into the larger pan and stir round with a large sturdy metal spoon. Make sure you don’t leave any dry bits right at the bottom
  • When it’s fully mixed, divide equally into 3 large Pyrex or metal trays with high sides – Ikea ones as pictures are very good for this.
    The granola mix before putting in the oven
  • Put in the oven on 130°C Fan – for around an hour – turning over the mix every 15 minutes to avoid burning.
    Super Yummy nutritious granola
  • After an hour -depending on your oven, it should be ready – remove from oven – over cooking can impart a slightly overdone flavour to it and make the fruits to tough
  • Allow to cool completely before putting into airtight containers.
    portioned up into airtight containers


• This makes a super large quantity, so just divide everything by half for a smaller amount – the original recipe used half cups, but I found that a bit fiddly so doubled everything up to get rid of them. But if you’ve got the oven going, you may as well make a large batch as a small one as it gets eaten very quickly ‘cos it’s so yummy. You may even need to hide it away and ration it!
Thanks to Georgie de Fay for the original inspiration for this recipe…..
• If you want to make it more economical and less calorific, add in an extra cup or 2 of oats.
• I find this is best eaten sprinkled over an equal volume of raw porridge oats with a plant based milk of your choice.
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