November 28, 2009
0 Ratings
  • Serves 10
What You'll Need
  • 1/2 cup olive oil, plus extra for pan
  1. Serve with yogurt or ricotta.
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6 Reviews

Matthew E. March 4, 2013
Fact: This is the BEST granola I have ever had!
tracy.auseklis October 6, 2011
I just tried this recipe --well, I didn't make it, a lovely co-worker made it and shared some with me. It is delicious! I've been making a granola recipe for many years, and now I am not sure which one I like better!
SunnySideUp (. November 21, 2011
thanks tracy! it's a fun one to make. i have actually been tinkering with the recipe lately. i am glad you enjoyed it! have a very happy thanksgiving!
Marmashup December 27, 2010
This recipe was delicious! Not too sweet with just the right amount of crunch. Could not stop munching on spoonfulls every time I turned it in the oven. I substituted the dried cherries with some chopped dates and golden raisins at the end.
SunnySideUp (. November 21, 2011
hadn't been on this site in a while and just saw your lovely comment. glad you enjoyed it. i need to make it again soon! have a happy thanksgiving!
Kelsey B. November 29, 2009
I love homemade granola, this looks fantastic, especially with the dried cherries.