Savoury Granola

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Are you a savoury-snack fiend, too? I often find myself rustling around in the cupboards for something to nibble on, but can never quite put my finger on what it is exactly I think I’m going to find.

Yes, I love olives, hummus, nuts and all the other usual suspects, but I’ve had a nagging feeling for absolutely ages that I could come up with something different. Something that’s healthy, yet hits all the savoury notes, and can be eaten in lots of different ways.

And then I hit on the idea of Savoury Granola! Continue reading

Berrylicious Rhubarb Crumble Granola


I’m not usually one for using words like ‘berrylicious’ in any context, but I felt it was justified in this case because this is one heck of a fruity, juicy, sticky (and most of all) delicious dish! And do you know what? This is a three-for-the-price-of-one super recipe, and it’s still really quick and simple to make. Yep, that’s right: there are three delicious ways to enjoy the components of this little creation. It is:

1) the rhubarb buckwheat granola of your dreams;

2) rhubarb chia jam; and

3) rhubarb crumble. Don’t say I don’t treat you!



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Peanut Butter Pie Granola


Happy national breakfast week! I’m sure you’ve been tucking into something delicious for your morning meals – perhaps a lovely slice of toasted rye slathered in avocado, or a vibrant smoothie – but have you thought about sprinkling some dessert magic onto your breakfast routine? Now, you might be asking if that’s allowed: how can dessert for breakfast be healthy? And is that even possible with a plant-based diet? Well, I’m happy to tell you the answer is a resounding, cake-tasting yes with this Peanut Butter Pie Granola!

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Healthy Plum and Pecan Granola

Homemade granola is so much healthier than shop-bought, you can decide exactly what you want to include in the recipe and it only takes 10 minutes of your precious time to prepare.

Avoiding refined sugars, this healthy granola is sweetened using only date syrup – that only takes a few seconds to make – and a tiny drop of maple syrup, so it’s high in nutrients, low in fat and absolutely bursting with superfoods! Continue reading