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Coconut Maple Granola
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Servings: 6 1/2 cups
Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.

Mix everything except the dried fruit together. Pour into a glass pan or jelly roll pan and bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes, stirring after 15 minutes.

Add dried fruit after it's done baking.

Recipe submitted by Ashlei, Johnson City, TN

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what kind of oats. I have a lot of the quick cook oats I wanna get rid of ...zat OK? Can I sub Agave or Turbino for maple syrup???
# Posted By cee | 1/10/11 1:58 PM
Unless the recipe states otherwise, you use regular rolled oats. Quick oats won't yield the same results. Agave syrup is NOT healthy and I definitely don't recommend using it at all. The maple syrup is a big part of this recipe....hence the name. If you don't have any on hand try honey or brown rice syrup.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 1/11/11 11:42 AM
This is delicious. I added finely chopped walnuts and dried cranberries. In my first batch, the coconut was a little more toasted than I would have liked, so next time I'm going to try baking it at 250 degrees instead of 300.
# Posted By Jessica | 1/12/11 1:21 PM
May I use honey in place of the maole syrup?
# Posted By Bob | 1/18/11 8:45 PM
Great recipe, thank you for posting it. It is delicious!! I'm now making this recipe for the second time. I doubled the recipe and used 1/3 cup maple and 1/3 cup honey and added raisins. It was too sweet for our taste so this time I' m doubling the recipe but only adding 1/3 cup maple syrup. I also put raisins and dried cranberries in this time.
# Posted By | 1/24/11 2:26 PM
Great! and easy to make. Stores well. Has a great crunch. I put a few teaspoons on top of yogurt. thank you
# Posted By Caroline | 1/25/11 7:38 AM
I've been reading some of the comments that people want to substatute the maple syrup for other sweeteners, but if you read up about maple syrup it is in fact very good for you!! Maple syrup is as an excellent source of manganese and a good source of zinc and it has less calories than honey!! I use it for a sweet tooth instead of eating chocolate sometimes and I use it daily in my oatmeal....just food for thought...
# Posted By Sandy | 2/22/11 1:59 PM
I agree, but honey has many good qualities on it's own too, and is very good in granola. Just don't over do it. :)
# Posted By Nancy | 3/22/11 9:39 AM
That's why I'm using both maple and honey. The second time I made it with just maple wasn't sweet enough, so this time I'll use a combination of maple and honey again, just not a full 1/3 cup of each (for my doubled recipe). We are really enjoying this recipe in our house.
# Posted By OraWellness | 4/24/11 8:27 PM

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