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The Best Damn Granola Recipe

The Best Damn Homemade Granola Recipe | Hustle + HalcyonThis Sunday, I’m forgoing the usual Sunday Morn Series to share this freaking addicting homemade granola recipe with y’all.

I’ve been majorly team-granola lately, because its a healthy little snack, & I’m trying to get back into ‘healthy’ mode after getting a little off-track. I’ll be drinking tons of water, drinking a little less alcohol, taking my probiotics, cutting down on sugar, and getting my ass to the gym much more this month. It’s detox-central at my home right meow (I may pop a few activated charcoal pills for good measure).

Follow me on snapchat (payton_sartain) for updates, and I’ll be doing a post on what works and what doesn’t as far as dropping the extra lbs after putting on a few too many (whooooops… it’s that Whataburger/BBQ/Beer in Texas that did me in). The worst part about it is… I feeeeel like shit. Eating (mostly) clean just makes me feel 3293747 times better. So that’s happening this month.


I found this Coconut Oil/Honey Granola recipe on Lovely Little Kitchen, which is a food blog that I strongly recommend perusing a bit. Recipes galore. I tweaked the recipe to my liking (as per usual) but you can find the original recipe on Lovely Little Kitchen here.

I like this granola on top of Greek yogurt with honey, cinnamon, & berries. OR with almond milk and those same toppings (like it’s cereal). OR on top of my favorite acai bowl recipe ever. OR OR OR by itself. Whatever, man. I just like having it around the house because it’s a quick hunger fix and this recipe is SO SO SO bomb.

The Best Damn Homemade Granola Recipe | Hustle + HalcyonWHAT YOU’LL NEED:

♥ 1 cup almonds, divided (I used slivered almonds!)
♥ 3 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
♥ 1/2 tsp sea salt
♥ 1/3 cup brown sugar
♥ 1/3 cup honey
♥ 3 tablespoons coconut oil
♥ 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
♥ 3 tablespoons chia seeds


♥ Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
♥ In a food-processor (or blender) blend 1/2 cup of the almonds until they are very finely-chopped (think breadcrumb sized). Blend the other 1/2 cup until they are more coarsely chopped, or leave them as-is.
♥ Put the oats, almonds, brown sugar, chia seeds, and salt into a bowl and stir to combine.
♥ In a small bowl, combine the coconut oil and honey and microwave for 40 seconds. Stir to combine & add the vanilla extract.
♥ Pour the honey & coconut oil mixture over the oats and stir until granola is evenly-coated.
♥ Pour mixture on to a parchment lined baking sheet (I used a cookie tray).
♥ Bake granola for 5-7 minutes, then stir them. Then bake for another 5-7 minutes. I liked baking mine a little longer, so the granola is extra-crispy!
♥ After granola cools, break into chunks and store in an air-tight container or plastic bag.

It is SO yum-o, and the ingredients are simple and clean.


ALSO: I am headed to San Francisco at the end of the week for some meetings, events, and to explore a little more. I did a mini Guide to San Fran during my last trip there, but I want to make a bigger, better, and more in-depth guide for y’all. So, what are YOUR favorite spots in San Francisco? I’d like to know what y’all think! From hotels and restaurants to activities and shopping…. whats the BEST of SF? Lemme know!

Happy Sunday, People! I’ll be lounging around, watching Game of Thrones and snacking on this granola. The perfect Sunday.


The Best Damn Homemade Granola Recipe | Hustle + Halcyon


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