I’m really excited to have Stacie and Jessica drop by to share their paleo granola recipe with you on Paleo Newbie today!
As a born and raised Northwest tree-hugger and lover of all things nutty and crunchy, this granola girl can’t wait to whip up a batch!
And while you’re munching on this one, be sure and check out this dynamic duo’s website: Simply Nourished.
Stacie and Jessica are both foodie dieticians. So…not only can they whip up some amazingly healthy meals, they can show you how to make simple changes to your diet to help you feel absolutely fantastic.
“Paleo Granola” Guest Post and Recipe by Stacie Hassing & Jessica Beacom | Food Photography by Jessica Beacom | All Content © Simply Nourished, LLC – Reposted with Permission
[av_dropcap2 color=”default” custom_bg=”#444444″]P[/av_dropcap2]aleo granola is all the rage these days, especially with busy people and busy families.
It’s just so easy to sprinkle on everything from fresh fruit to coconut milk to your favorite smoothie bowl or even just eat it right out of the bag. [av_sidebar widget_area=’Lockerdome’ av_uid=’av-i7mtxz’]
But that can get a little pricey after awhile so we created one you can easily make at home and take with you on the go.
This granola is reminiscent of a clustery cereal with it’s big hunks of honey sweetened nuts, seeds and coconut flakes. And it’s just lightly sweetened but sweet enough to keep you coming back for more.
Kids love this stuff and it’s great for tucking into backpacks and lunchboxes. Little hands love those chunky clusters of goodness, especially when you add a few dried cherries or cranberries to the mix.
This granola will keep in a covered container in the pantry for up to 1 week (if you can keep from eating it all before then) or up to 1 month in the freezer.
Hungry for more? Visit Jessica and Stacie’s Simply Nourished website, or find them on social media: