Banana Crunch Granola, Dehydrated

The perfect balance of flavor AND crunch that you can enjoy as a snack, cereal, or paired with some raw homemade coconut probiotic yogurt!

Banana Crunch Granola

¼ cup Steel cut oats, steamed

¼ cup Quinoa, steamed

1/3 cup Raw cashew, pieces

¼ cup Brazil nuts, chopped

1/3 cup Coconut flakes

¼ cup Buckwheat groats

¼ cup Almonds, slivered

1/8 tsp Sea salt

½ tsp Cinnamon, ground

½ tsp Vanilla extract

½ cup Brown rice syrup

1 cup Banana, chopped

I steamed the quinoa and the oats separately, but the process was the same.  I rinsed off the oats and the quinoa, placed them in a metal sieve on top of a pot with about a ½ inch of boiling water, covered the pot with a lid and let steam for 10 minutes.

I placed all of the dry ingredients in a medium sized bowl and blended them before I added the vanilla extract and brown rice syrup.  After everything is combined, add the chopped banana (I sliced the banana into 1/3 inch slices, then cut each round into quarters.) and mix until everything is evenly distributed. The mixture should be sticky and malleable.

I used my dehydrator to make this granola, and I lined a rack in my dehydrator with a layer of parchment paper.  Then, I spread the granola evenly on the drying rack and (my dehydrator only has one setting…) assembled the dehydrator and set to dry for 8hrs, or until bananas are dry and chewy.

Author: Asha

Hey y'all! I've been cooking ever since I could remember, and ever since I can remember plant based cooking has always been huge in my home. Plants are tasty, plants are lit, and plants are filling. Plant based cooking doesn't have to break your bank nor be a plate of flavorless roughage. Ergo, its my mission to provide information, tips, and recipes to help make your journey towards health a breeze through a park. You've gotta eat, so why not make it taste amazing!

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