Easy to make grain-free granola is a delicious, customizable snack to keep around. It’s the perfect crunchy topping for your yogurt or smoothie bowls!
This nut & seed based granola is such a simple snack to keep around. Packed with omega-3 fats and fiber, and easily customizable to your liking.
I love it over a yogurt bowl, smoothie bowl, or alone as a crispy treat between my meals.
Passover is coming up next week and I was inspired to make a grain-free granola to enjoy throughout the holiday. I used a handful of different nuts and seeds like almonds, walnut, pecans and pumpkin seeds, making it the perfect gluten-free treat.
The nuts and seeds get mixed with a maple syrup and coconut oil glaze and come out so crispy and crunchy.
What you’ll need to make grain-free granola:
- pumpkin seeds
- chia seeds
- shredded coconut
- coconut oil
- maple syrup
- vanilla extract
You can easily customize the types of nuts and seeds used, and even throw in some chocolate chips, banana chips or dried fruit after baking.
How to store your granola
I like to store my granola in an air-tight jar on the counter. It stays fresh for up to 2 weeks, but can also be frozen for up to 3 months and enjoyed straight from the freezer.
This recipe is so easy to make and packed with flavor. I can’t wait for you guys to try it!