Perfect for something to munch on when hungry, this granola tastes, and smells, absolutely delicious. Eat it in clumps or let it separate for yogurt or cereal by tossing it half way through bake time.
4. Spread the mixture evenly on 1 or 2 baking sheets and bake for 23 - 28 minutes or until light brown. If you'd like your granola to be crumbly, toss the mixture half way through the baking time.
5. Cool the granola before eating or storing - stays fresh for a couple of weeks. Pairs with just about anything from yogurt to ice cream but tastes just as great alone.
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Photo and recipe from Minimalist Baker
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