How do you get granola to stick together?

How do you get granola to stick together?

Try putting a scoop in the microwave and heating it in 30 second bursts on high. If it starts to get sticky, you’re golden. Let it cool and the granola should stick together. Then just break it apart into clumps with your fingers!

Is it cheaper to make granola?

Homemade granola is tastier, healthier, and cheaper than the store-bought version. Making granola in your own kitchen isn’t hard, time-consuming, or expensive. Set aside one hour every weekend to spend with a mixing bowl, a baking tray, and an oven, creating your own breakfast cereal to get you through the next week.

Are oats or granola better for you?

Both oatmeal and granola make for a healthy, nutritious breakfast, but the winner for us is granola—the added nuts, seeds, and dried fruits give you a source of fiber and healthy fats that oatmeal can’t quite compete with.

Is granola as good for you as oatmeal?

How to make a copycat granola bar recipe?

Instructions Generously grease a 13 x 9-inch pan with cooking spray. In a large bowl, add all of the nuts, cereal and flax seed. Set aside. Add honey, corn syrup, maple sryup, vanilla and sea salt to a medium saucepan. Over medium-high heat continuously stir until the mixture reaches 260 degrees on a candy thermometer.

What kind of paper do you use to make granola?

Use parchment paper: It will help the sweetener sticks to your oats and make it easy to transfer the granola once it’s done.

How long does it take to make Nature Valley granola bars?

Kale chips (they’re soooo much better than they sound!) Homemade peanut butter takes less than 5 minutes to make and is amazing with this homemade strawberry jam on a PB&J. These healthy homemade granola bars are crunchy and just like a Nature Valley knockoff, just sweet enough with a hint of spice. Mix together dry ingredients.

How to make big chunky chunky granola?

To get big clumpy chunky granola: you will need to 1) put the oats a little crowded in the pan so they can stick together, 2) press the granola down into an even layer with a spatula before putting into the oven, and 3) stir it only once halfway through cooking.

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