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Tiffany's Fruit Granola Recipe

Shelf Reliance Mom: Tiffany's Fruit Granola Recipe

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Tiffany's Fruit Granola Recipe





Shelf Reliance has an awesome granola recipe that we can serve at parties.  Although it is good as is, I made a few alterations to it myself which people keep asking for!  I will just share it on here so everyone will have it available to them.


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Tiffany’s Coconut Almond Fruit Granola

Yield 7 Cups

2 ½ c Oats                                     ¼ t nutmeg               1/3 c THRIVE Pears
½ c almonds, sliced                     ¼ t cloves                  1/3 c THRIVE Blueberries
½ c coconut                                  1 ¾ t cinnamon        1/3 c THRIVE Raspberries
½ c walnuts                                   2 T honey
½ c brown sugar                           ¼ c butter, unsalted (½ stick)
                                   
Preheat oven to 300°F. Mix first 8 ingredients in a large bowl. Melt butter and honey in a small saucepan over low heat. Pour butter mixture over oat mixture and toss well.  Line cookie sheet with foil and spread out mixture on lined sheet.  Bake 20-25 minutes stirring occasionally.  Cool on the baking sheet.  Toss with Freeze Dried fruit mixture (or one of your choice).  Store airtight at room temperature for 1-2 weeks.  Can be served as topping for yogurt, eaten as a cereal with milk or as a snack on its own.


I just have to give a shout out for our brown sugar which is good sealed in a can for 10 years!  Have you ever opened up a bag of hardened brown sugar when you were wanting to bake some cookies... never again!


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1 Comments:

At March 20, 2011 at 10:28 PM , Blogger nativetexangirl said...

Thanks for sharing your recipe. It sounds really good. I attended a party and signed up but was looking on the web for more info about the product and recipes.

 

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