They’re very easy to make, they contain no gluten, no grain, and no dairy – unless you cover them with yogurt like I do.
If you have been following my blog for a while, you know that I have a sweet tooth. I promise I’ll try – only try – to post more savory recipes asap.
If you look for “granola” on Google you’ll find billions of different recipes, but sometimes you just want one to use up some ingredients and declutter your pantry, right? Well, this recipe is exactly for this purpose. Mix and match what you want following a simple basic rule.
Do you ever find yourself with a fruit bowl full of too many apples so that you end up with those 5-6 of them too ripened and a bit bruised here and there? This is a good way to save them with no added sweeteners and it’s perfect as topping for the easiest porridge ever.
These jars are the most amazing thing I’ve ever done in my kitchen. Not only because they’re healthy and delicious but because I obtained in this way a different breakfast every day for 5 days. A dream become true for a lazy person who gets bored really quickly – yep, it’s me.
I love granola, I love the making process, the smell when I bake it, and, of course, the taste and the texture. What I love the most? How customizable is it. This is one of my favorite versions.
For breakfast, I love to have a bowl of any kind, but sometimes I enjoy something more “American style” as pancakes. These one are topped with marinated fresh cherries, perfect to celebrate the warmer season.
Sweet potatoes are such a versatile ingredient : they can become fries or a pie, you can fry or mash them, and they’re always delicious. And sometimes they can even surprise you.
Sometimes we need a really feminine breakfast and it doesn’t have to be an unhealthy fancy macaron.