A healthy breakfast. Homemade granola

Every meal we consume contributes to our physical and emotional well-being on a daily basis. There are several deciding elements in selecting which meal is the most important. A single meal may have a huge effect on a person’s day. Breakfast is the first meal of the day since it essentially breaks the fast that has lasted eight to twelve hours since the previous day’s last meal. Breakfast is widely acknowledged to be the most important meal of the day. This meal has the potential to determine the whole direction of a person’s day. Breakfast allows you to be prepared for your day, and skipping it means you’ll lose out on the nutrients you need to get going. A well-balanced breakfast contains vital nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D, zinc, and potassium, which supply the body with an initial boost.
If you need a good suggestion for a healthy breakfast, granola would be at the top of the list! Granola is a toasted combination of rolled oats, seeds, dried fruits, nuts, sweetener such as honey or maple syrup, and browning oil. There is no standard list of ingredients, and granola can be prepared with any blend of cereal grains, including keto versions that include no grains at all. In our recipe, we’ve included only healthy ingredients to maximize the benefit from this healthy meal, you can try our recipe and let us know how yummy it is!
1. Get oats.

2. For every 100 g of oats, mix 1 teaspoon of coconut oil & 1 teaspoon of honey.

3. Add the mix on top of the oats & distribute evenly with a spoon.

4. Put it in the oven on the upper shelf & turn on the oven on roasting.

5. When you see it roasting -into brown- move it.

6. Stay near as it burns quickly.

7. Once you are happy with the color and crunch level, remove it from the oven.

8. Let it cool. Shift it to a wider surface so it doesn’t get soggy.

9. Add any nuts, raisins or any preferable additions.

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Linwoods Milled Flaxseed, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts & Q10

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Linwoods Milled Organic Flaxseed, Sunflower & Pumpkin Seeds

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Holland & Barrett Sunflower Seeds

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Rude Health Bircher Soft & Fruity Oats

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Resources

Better Health. “Breakfast”. Accessed on August 21, 2021.

Hopkins Medicine. “Wake Up to the benefits of breakfast!”. Accessed on August 21, 2021.

The Kitchn. “How To Make Easy Homemade Granola”. Accessed on August 21, 2021.

All recipes. “Granola recipes”. Accessed on August 21, 2021.