This was inspired by a raw granola that I bought in my old town, made locally there. I can not remember the name or anything. But this recipe makes a ton of cereal, so feel free to scale it back a bit.
Submitted by rshartist on December 3, 2008 - 12:27pm
Up to 6 bowls
The cereal is perfect for people are picky or love to eat sweetened cereals. The cereal will provide pleasant tasting for breakfast.
Resources: A friend of mine gave me that recipe. my recipe is little bit different than hers. Hers is two time size what I am making. She use dates and a lot of maple syrup as sweetener and pears as a fruit. She did not use cinnamon.
Submitted by Branwyn32 on September 30, 2008 - 6:33pm
This is a GREAT transitional recipe! I always loved oatmeal, especially Scottish style oats…soaked oat groats are even better! And cheaper…$1.89 a pound in bulk at Whole Foods. This recipe is so quick and easy to make if you’ve got the oats soaked & sprouted already. It’s incredibly versatile too…switch up your fruit, apples would be great, mangoes for some tropical love! Have fun with your spices, ginger would be great with mango I bet! Really all you need are the soaked oat groats, and you can be creative from there.
All measurements are approximate as I just threw this together. It’s quite sweet as I made it, so feel free to omit the sweeter ingredients if you like…I was raised in an Italian cooking culture, so everything is really done to taste.