March 05, 2017

ALMOST HOMEMADE GRANOLA



I think everyone has eaten Granola once in their lifetime, or well I have. And I can't get enough of it, it is just sooo good! Whether if you make it on your own or buy it at Oatmeals (for example). You can mix it with yogurt or milk or anything that you like. Maybe fruits or honey for kind of a topping.
Granola, muesli, oatmeal or yogurt, however you want to call it, is just perfect for breakfast, in my opinion. But sometimes it happens that I eat it two or three times a day and also at afternoon or evening.
And if you are still wondering why I am writing a Blog post about it, here's the reason: my Blog should be a place where I share all of the things I love with you and one of that is Granola (and FOOD). I am also very busy at the moment because the one week of schoolholidays is already over and this was quick to do. So sorry for that, but I hope you'll enjoy it anyway.
So now I am going to show you my oatmeal process:


First step

Make a decision about what things are going to land in your Granola pot and cut them in an agreeable size (if they are fruits).
I chose a banana, half of an apple, cranberries, lactose-free yogurt, honey and sadly not so fresh Granola from the supermarket.



Second step

Put all of your ingredients in your pot/bowl or start layering them. You can get really crazy and creative a this point.




Third step

Get comfortable with a Vogue magazine and enjoy your pot of Granola!


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I hope that I've made you want a muesli!


See you soon!
Vidcaria
xo




PS next Post will be definetly longer!




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  1. That looks so good!! I've actually never had granola like that before, but I want to try some now :)

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