Breakfast

Chocolate Grainfree Granola

Crunchy and delicious!

Sinus health is something I want to discuss about in this blog post. Through my experience, I have realized that some foods trigger my sinus and immune system. It’s due to cross allergies you eat that affects your pollen allergy. In my case, I have grass pollen and foods like oats, peanut butter, legumes, tomatoes and wheat triggers that immune response, affecting my health. When I got the news I was kind of devastated since that has been my diet for so many years, however it all made sense to me. Therefore, I could choose to either feel like a victim or make a choice of seeing the opportunity in changing my well being. I made a commitment to look at solutions, how could I replace other foods and still enjoy? That’s why I changed my mindset into looking at recipes replacing porridge or overnight oats to smoothie bowls for breakfast, in addition to making a grainfree granola as topping which is the recipe I will share with you here!

I hope this is insightful for you and that it can make you reflect on your own personal experience to make those necessary changes into feeling better!

What’s without a doubt is that making this granola is way healthier than the store bought cereal loaded with sugar;)

It’s glutenfree, grainfree, vegan and refined sugar free! And better because of chocolate..

Ingredients

• 1 cup raw cashews

• 3/4 cup shredded coconut

• 1/2 cup raw pumpkin seeds

• 1/4 cup hemp seeds

• 1/4 cup sesame seeds

• 1/4 cup ground flax

• 1/4 cup cacao powder

• 1 tsp cinnamon

• 1/2 tsp sea salt

• 1/4 cup maple syrup

• 2 tbsp coconut oil, melted

• I also added some almonds and walnuts. If you would want to swap them for some of the other seeds instead you can, or add them to your liking as I did.

Instructions

Mix all ingredients together until all ingredients are well covered with the maple syrup and oil. Then spread it out evenly on baking sheet with parchment paper.

Bake on 160 degrees for 15 minutes, then allow to cool to room temp for 45 minutes-1 hour before breaking into clusters.

You can store it in an air tight container or glass jar and you’ll have your granola ready for your breakfast with yoghurt or milk or on top of your smoothiebowl!

Enjoy,

With love & care, Melanie x

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