• Serves 20
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients


Healthy Granola

Ingredients (serves 20)

  • 4 cups Organic Rolled Oats
  • 2 cups Mixed nuts and seeds
  • 1/2 cup Coconut flakes
  • 2 tbsp Chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup Dried fruit (cranberries/gojis)
  • 3/4 cup Coconut Oil
  • 3 tbsp Rice Malt Syrup


  1. Combine oats, coconut, seeds in a bowl. Melt coconut oil and rice malt in a pan and stir through coating all mixture. Spread on a line tray or two and press down hard. Bake at 150 degrees celcius for 20 minutes until golden. Allow to cool then add dried fruit and chia seeds. Store in a container and top on smoothies or eat with yoghurt.


We make this weekly.

  • This is such a good idea I would love to make my own healthy homemade granola, thanks for the recipe.


  • this is a creative and very healthy recipe idea. thank you for sharing this, it would be great to tuck into


  • So healthy and looks tasty.


  • This looks so delicious!! Thanks


  • I love the idea of this!! Definitely one to save & try. Thanks.


  • This looks and sounds amazing . Can’t wait to make it.


  • This would be great to take in a click lock bag for snacks at work. Thanks.


  • I wouldn’t give it to children too young who don’t chew properly. They could get the nuts stuck in their throat….or on the way down into their stomach. If the nuts have points in them they could get them literally stuck in their teeth.


  • Would swap the rice malt syrup for honey, golden syrup or maple syrup – I know its not quite as healthy but I always have those items in the cupboard… Otherwise this sounds like a great recipe!!


  • It is a while since I have made granola. This looks simple – maybe I will make it with my son.


  • This would be great in the mornings with some yoghurt; thanks!.


  • A healthy and great breakfast that look’s amazing!


  • Holy Heck, this sounds so yum!


  • Rice malt syrup is sugar so with out this it would be healthy.

    • Thanks Curlytops,
      We keep the rice malt at a very low amount for the amount of servings it makes. It is still a form of sugar but very low fructose and helps the granola stick together. Can be omitted :)


  • A healthy way to start the day,thanks!


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