Here is a healthy, delicious Paleo-friendly fruit bake I made using Northern Berry Harvest granola!
In a 10-inch pan, place 4-5 sliced peaches to form a bottom layer (if using frozen peaches, you would need 2 bags of it). Add a cup of blueberries (or any other fruit of choice). Sprinkle with a little bit of flour (I used coconut flour) and some coconut palm sugar, or sweetener of choice. Add about 1/4 cup of Northern Berry granola to top it off. Bake at 350 for 30 min. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla frozen yogurt, if desired. Enjoy! **Feel free to post a comment below**
NH Magazine voted Courser Farm Kitchen (now Maple Nut Kitchen) best granola of NH in 2013! Have you tried our award-winning granola yet?
Maple syrup has always been one of my favorite sweeteners. I love the maple flavor, and it's versatility. What I didn't know what how many health benefits it has, less calories than sugar or honey, plus it contains magnesium, zinc and iron. You can read a whole list of health benefits here, http://www.clarks-uk.co.uk/the-health-benefits-of-maple-syrup/. This is why maple syrup is the only sweetener we use in Maple Nut Kitchen granola.
How do you eat granola? In a bowl with milk or yogurt? You might be surprised at the variety of ways you can enjoy granola, here are some of my favorites.
1 cup milk of choice (cow, almond, soy, etc.)
1/2 cup rolled oats
1 1/2 Tbsp chia seeds or flax meal
1/4 cup granola
Optional - vanilla, sweetener, fruit
Mix the milk, oats and chia or flax in a container with a lid, I use a mason jar. Place in the fridge overnight. In the morning you can add some vanilla, sweetener or fruit. Pour into a bowl and top with your favorite flavor of granola. Enjoy!
You can sprinkle granola on just about anything -
What is your favorite way to eat granola?