This Simple Grain Free Granola is made only with nuts and seeds and infused with spices. It is such an easy recipe low-carb to make and you can enjoy it for breakfast or as a snack.
This grain free granola recipe is one of the recipes that you will find in Reconditioned.Me, which is an 8 week food, fitness & mindset program by Scott Gooding.
Grain & gluten free - this granola is made with nuts and seeds.
Easy to make - 5 minutes preparation time and 15 minutes cook time.
Healthy wholefood ingredients - which are easy to find at any supermarket, health food shop, market or online store.
- Coconut flakes
- Raw pepitas
- Raw sunflower seeds
- Raw walnuts
- Raw pecans
- ½ cup raw macadamias
- Coconut oil
- Maple syrup (optional)
- All spice
TIPS AND FAQS
You can serve with coconut yoghurt and some berries. Alternatively, it is super tasty on it's own or you can serve with your favourite dairy free milk.
I would keep stored in an air-tight container for up to two weeks in your pantry and up to 1 month in your refrigerator.
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Simple Grain Free Granola
- 2 cups coconut flakes
- ½ cup pepitas
- ½ cup sunflower seeds
- ½ cup walnuts raw
- ½ cup pecans
- ½ cup macadamias
- 2 tablespoons linseeds
- 4 tablespoons coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup optional
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
- 1 teaspoon all spice powder
Optional (to serve with the granola)
- coconut yoghurt
- fresh berries
- Prepare - Pre-heat oven 180C/355F and line two baking trays with baking paper.
- Mix Dry Ingredients - Mix all the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
- Add Wet Ingredients - Add the coconut oil, maple syrup (if using) and the essential oils in a small glass bowl and then add to the dry ingredients, combine thoroughly.
- Place on baking trays - Spread the ingredients evenly across the two baking trays
- Cook - Place in the oven for 15 minutes, swapping the trays at the midway point.
- Allow to cool - Remove and allow the granola to cool
- Serve - With the yoghurt and blueberries
- Serve with coconut yoghurt and berries or alternatively you can enjoy on it's own or with your favourite dairy free milk
- Keep stored in an air-tight container for up to 2 weeks in your pantry or up to 1 month in your refrigerator.
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My husband is following Keto so I will check this receipe out to see if it is compliant. Sounds great, as Granola being purchased from Health Food store is expensive. Thank you.
This granola looks like a delicious topping for some Greek yogurt. I would also love this as an afternoon snack. Looks delish!
I love making grain-free granola, but this recipe is totally different than mine so I am excited to try it. I love that you add the wild orange essential oil for a bit of aromatic flavor.
Kim @ Berly's Kitchen
I love making homemade granola but always add a lot of oats. This looks awesome, and I don't think I'd miss the oats. Will be sure to give it a try! 🙂
This really looks so good. A great way to start the day. I really am intrigued by the use of essential oil oils, sounds amazing.
There are quite a few food grade essential oils that you can use in your cooking. It really intensifies the flavours
This granola looks amazing! I've been making yogurt in the Instant Pot and this looks like a great complement to it.
That would go really well together!!
We love our homemade granola but haven't tried any grain free. It sounds and looks delicious and btw, good job on your weight loss. I know how hard it is to do so -- especially when you have little people you have to cook for. If they like the same food you do then you're on your way. Will have to try out this recipe.
Thanks so much Marisa. It is getting easier as they get older and like more food. 🙂
Not sure the last time we didn't have homemade granola in the house--so simple and delish! I have never made a grain free version but I am in love with everything involved here!
Thanks Lorie! Homemade granola is so easy to make and a staple in my household
Ashley @ Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen
I'm not gluten-free, but I often enjoy mixed nuts and seeds sprinkled onto my yogurt in the morning. This mix looks fantastic, and that toasted coconut is soooo dreamy!
thanks so much Ashley
Elaine @ Dishes Delish
I have yet to cook with essential oils! Your granola recipe is so intriguing, as I love all the flavors and ingredients!! I love that it's grain free too!
There are quite a few food grade essential oils and you only usually need a few drops to give your recipe great flavour.
I usually make homemade granola and sometimes just keep the oats out to make it grain free. Works for me on low carb days. I love pepita but never use it in my granola. Saving this one to try soon.
Pepita is a nice addition to the granola
I have not made a homemade granola but I will certainly be making this. It has all of my favorite ingredients. And it is so healthy and ready to make too. Love it.
it is so easy to make and it is great to make a big batch to last a few days
Homemade granola is a staple in our home! Love making a big batch to enjoy throughout the week for breakfast or snacks. This one looks delicious and super hearty! YUM!
Homemade is always so much healthier and great to make a big batch of it.
I usually make my own granola, but have not made grain free yet. I'm going to give this grain-free version try real soon!
I hope you like it!