Fruit & nut granola

Fruit & nut granola

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Prep: 10 mins Cook: 25 mins


14 servings
Rise and shine with this energy-boosting breakfast, topped with fresh fruit

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal374
  • fat13g
  • saturates3g
  • carbs62g
  • sugars31g
  • fibre5g
  • protein8g
  • salt0.17g
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  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 100ml clear honey
  • 50ml maple syrup
    Maple syrup

    Maple syrup

    may-pul sir-rup

    The rising spring sap of a number of varieties of maple tree

  • 500g jumbo rolled oats
    Two piles of oats



    Oats are processed by rolling (steamed and pressed) or steel-cutting (cut into pieces). There is…

  • 100g flaked almond
  • 50g pine nut
  • 100g puffed rice



    Rice is a grain, the seed of a type of grass, which is the most widely grown and the most…

  • 2 tbsp sesame seeds
  • 50g each sultanas and raisins
  • 85g each dried cranberries, dried cherries, chopped dried dates and chopped dried apricots



    Dates are one of the oldest cultivated fruits - it's thought that they were a staple part of…

  • 50g dried coconut shavings (find these at and healthfood shops)



    A large hairy, brown nut that grows on the coconut tree, found throughout the world's…

  • Greek yogurt and raspberries, to serve


  1. Heat oven to 160C/fan 140C/gas 3. Heat the oil, honey and maple syrup together in a pan. Mix the oats, almonds, pine nuts, puffed rice and sesame seeds in a large mixing bowl. Pour over the honey mix, stir well to coat, then tip onto a large baking tray. Bake for 15 mins until everything is golden and crisp.

  2. Take the tray from the oven, leave to cool, then break up any big clumps. Mix together with the dried fruit and coconut shavings. Serve with Greek yogurt and fresh raspberries. The rest of the granola can be stored in a sealed jar and enjoyed over the next 2 weeks.

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Jonathan McStravick's picture
Jonathan McStravick
7th Sep, 2018
yum yum
17th Jun, 2018
This is a very good granola recipe: not too sweet and very tasty. All nuts and dried fruits can be substituted according to taste, which makes every batch unique. I happily leave the shop granola on the shelves now, as this version seems like a healthier alternative (tastes much less sweet).
6th May, 2013
I made this, it was a complete hit with my son who is a professional athlete, but went on to adapt it by turning it in to a flap jack with chocolate on top for my younger children.
10th May, 2009
This is a delicious recipe and easily adapted to your own likes and dislikes. First time I made it I missed out the apricots and just added a little more of the dried fruits. The second time I added pecan nuts at stage 1 after I had stirred in the honey mixture and baked them in the oven along with the oats etc. The recipe suggests serving with greek yoghurt and raspberries, which is delicious, but it is equally tasty with cold milk poured over. A bit more expensive than your shop bought versions but well worth it for the 'deluxe' result!
29th Apr, 2009
A bit more effort than simply opening a shop-bought box, but well worth it. Not too sweet, a great variety of textures, particularly like the coconut.
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