MANGO CHERRY BREAKFAST GRANOLA
Recipe by Charissa & Co.
Why not enjoy your own homemade granola with the use of adding some delicious cherries. Simple, easy yet convenient to make.
Cherries are known to be a good source of Vitamin C, key in supporting the immune system. Potassium a few of many benefits like assisting in muscle contraction, healthy nerve function and blood regulation.
This high fiber breakfast provides opportunity for a consistent slow release of energy without unnecessary sugar spikes often found when having high sugary granolas.
With the high levels of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits that come along in protecting the body from oxidative stress, also inhibit the inflammatory proteins associated to arthritis.
Ref: Pub.Med/Health line
OPTION 1 - Dehydrator
OPTION 2 - Oven
4 Cups of Organic Oat flakes
1 Cup of quinoa flakes
1 Whole mango finely chopped
1 Cup of chopped cherries
1 Cup of dehydrated mulberries (white)
2 Servings of Nuzest Smooth Vanilla Clean Lean Protein
1 Teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 Teaspoon cinnamon
3 Large Medjool dates (soaked and blended) purée
1 Large tablespoons of coconut oil
3 Tablespoons of unsweetened desiccated coconut
1 Cup of chopped raw walnuts and macadamia nuts
1 Tablespoon of almond butter
Equipment required - Large mixing bowl, baking sheet or tray / dehydration tray.
Mash everything together with your hands in the large mixing bowl until the oat flakes are completely covered with all the other ingredients.
Splay out in your tray. Having thicker clusters in between for a variety in texture.
Dehydrate - 45 Degrees Celsius for 10 hours overnight
Bake - 120 Degrees Celsius for 20min, please watch after 10min.
Ready, allow to cool and store in your glass jars.
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