Ancient Grain Granola Clusters
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Ok so Ancient Grain is a little bit of a loose term. Spelt and Kamut are both several thousands of years old so considered to be Ancient Grains. But what about Barley? Well most people are familiar with barley and though it’s not as old as the other two grains (about 1000 years in comparison) we think it deserves to be given an ancient status. So, you can never have too many Granola recipes and this one is particularly yummy. Great as an on the go snack; served over yoghurt; or even with ice cream. This recipe is just seeds and nuts as adding fruit during the baking stage quite often results in burnt and bitter fruit. When making normal granola it’s very easy to add the fruit after baking but as these are clusters they will already be set once cooked. Because of this feel free to add dried fruit when serving if required – though its great as it is.
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