Paleo Almond Maple Coconut Granola

Paleo Almond Maple Coconut Granola
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Grain free, gluten free, sugar free paleo granola recipe with walnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, shredded coconut, dried cranberries, flax seed, and pure maple syrup. Grain free, gluten free, sugar free paleo granola recipe with walnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, shredded coconut, dried cranberries, flax seed, and pure maple syrup. My favorite way of consuming granola is with almond milk and fresh fruit, but you can also take the yogurt route, or munch on the dang thing dry. I used coconut sugar in my Walnut Granola Cluster recipe, honey in my Walnut & Date Granola recipe (and this one) , and have also used pure maple syrup. The southern comfort smell that wafts off this Maple Pecan Paleo Granola when you open the lid, will make you swoon. It is really out of this world eaten as a breakfast cereal, with a topping of sliced bananas, and full fat canned coconut milk, or almond milk.

Even eat it with some almond milk or coconut milk. Soo good duuuuuude. I did cut down on the maple syrup and still taste great. Love it! It’s hands down the best granola I’ve ever had, and trust me when I say that I know my granola (before I was all Paleo, granola was my go-to snack). Enjoy this Maple-Date Paleo Granola with coconut milk, almond milk, non-dairy yogurt, or all by itself.

It’s made with almonds and coconut flour, which is blended up into a sort of dough which you then roll into a ball and bake. Here’s a Paleo friendly muesli recipe that you can enjoy as your new daily breakfast, or use on those occasions when you don’t have a lot of time. Almond flour and maple syrup get blended up into a dough which then gets rolled out and baked up into these crispy crackers. So, I decided to make some fall-flavored paleo granola to satisfy my comfort food craving. In a very large bowl combine coconut flakes, almond flour, dates, cranberries, pumpkin seeds, sliced almonds and pecans. In a small bowl, combine the pumpkin, coconut oil, maple syrup (if you’re using) , pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon.

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