IMG_8793  IMG_8792 I find it hard to know what to eat for breakfast that is healthy, filling and easy to transport to or make at work, so I have loved discovering I can make my own delicious Granola on a Sunday and store it at work for the morning hunger pangs. IMG_8798 There are so many cereal boxes advertising “healthy breakfast granola” but once you read a little deeper on the back, most of them are FILLED with un-natural ingredients or excess sugar. I have a sweet tooth, so this granola is still sweet and delicious (whilst being un “cardboard-esque”), but just making it yourself is a much healthier and more natural option. IMG_8800 This Granola recipe is Paleo as it doesn’t have the oats that are common in most, but by all means add them to your own if you like. IMG_8789 Below is the recipe – so quick and easy to make on a Sunday and keep you going all week long: Ingredients: -1/2 cup of walnuts -1/2 cup of cashews -1 cup of pumpkin seeds -1/2 cup of unsweetened coconut flakes -1/4 cup of chia seeds -3 tablespoons of flaxseeds -1/2 cup of raisins -1/4 cup of pecans -Big Sprinkle of sunflower seeds -1 teaspoon of vanilla essence -2 tablespoons of coconut oil (melted in the microwave) -a Drizzle of agave nectar. IMG_8772 IMG_8778 Simply pop it all in an oven proof pan then bake it in the oven for 25 minutes at 180 degrees. IMG_8779IMG_8776 I also like to add a few chopped up apricots once it is out (although don’t cook these with it as they get too chewy!). Then simply enjoy for breakfast with blueberries or any fruit you like, and yoghurt (or http://www.coyo.co.uk/ Coconut yoghurt even better!) IMG_8781   IMG_8793 Hope you enjoy! PWPantry x https://instagram.com/pwpantry/


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