Nekisia Davis' Olive Oil & Maple Granola | Genius Recipes

This granola recipe, tailored very rather from Nekesia Davis of Early Bird Foods, is like muesli after a vampy makeover. olive oil, maple, brown sugar and coarse salt shape a wealthy, shaggy crust on healthy innards like oats, pecans, and coconut shards. SUBSCRIBE TO FOOD52 ►►

Makes: about 7 cups
Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 45 min

Ingredients

3 cups outdated rolled oats
1 cup hulled uncooked pumpkin seeds
1 cup hulled uncooked sunflower seeds
1 cup unsweetened coconut chips
1 1/4 cups uncooked pecans, left complete or coarsely chopped
3/4 cup natural maple syrup
1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1/2 cup packed gentle brown sugar
1 pinch coarse salt, to style

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22 thoughts on “Nekisia Davis' Olive Oil & Maple Granola | Genius Recipes”

  1. I adore the way that you appreciate and create delicious food for us to enjoy, all while paying homage to the originators. Your videos are beautiful, interesting, fun and relaxing to watch. I cannot wait to make this granola for my family!

  2. I have a serious mental problem. I have a similar granola that is "healthy". But I eat it all in about 4 days. My body just consumes those toasted carbs. The good thing is, I realized this and put it in the freezer so that I can't just go and eat it. HAAA! I'm in the freezer, crackin' a tooth just to get to my granola. I need help. What a nut. MMMMmmmm….nuts.

  3. Okay, I did what you said. I made the granola. The changes I made were I added one cup of pistachios, 1/4 cup of almonds, a quarter cup of brown sugar, and a half a cup of maple syrup. Plus, all the other ingredients. I purchased everything at Trader Joe's literally strictly for this recipe because I had none of it in my pantry. I did take the advice of a commenter below and only used a little bit of sugar compared to no sugar because I think it will add flavor. I'll let you know how it turns out. So far so good.

  4. Trader Joe’s literally has ALL of these ingredients including those beautiful coconut chips, which were my favorite ingredient in this recipe. I made this today and not only did my friends take all the leftovers home, it even made my house smell SO GOOD. Perfect thing to make before guests come to visit. I added golden raisins to mine the last 10 min of cooking to add even more chewy sweet goodness. Thank you for this recipe!

  5. To make more clusters, during the last few minutes of the baking, I pressed down firmly and let it COOL without moving it around. It cools more stuck together, and you can break them up as you want.

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