Easter is coming up, and I want to make a baked yeast item, but I doubt I will be able to actually do that. Sad! I probably have not celebrated Easter ever since I got out of grade school, so the whole coloring egg business is a nostalgic childhood memory I would want to relive again.
It’s deliciously crunchy as is, but I still like to soak it in milk just like I would with müsli.
Instead, I am trying to make useful things, out of which this granola is one. Shii inspired me to make my own müsli, and I decided to use a granola-type recipe which calls for more honey and much longer baking time, creating a more crunchy end product. The result may be just a little bit less healthy than your average müsli, but you can’t really go wrong with a bunch of whole oats, hazelnuts, honey and some dried fruits. I read somewhere “If a granola bar tastes good, it’s not healthy” – certainly that does not apply to this handmade variation.