Granola. It's delicious.
Take 3 cups of oats.
Crush 2 cups of any nuts you like.
Take half a cup of coconut oil and half a cup of maple syrup or honey and mix that all together.
With a teaspoon of vanilla extract.
And a teaspoon of sea salt.
Mix it up and bake it at 350. After 15 minutes or so give it a stir.
Then do that again after another ten minutes or so.
Keep an eye on it! When it's cooked to an amount you think is good take it out.
It will get crispier as it cools down.
Mix in some dried cranberries, blueberries, raisins, or a cup of nothing.
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