Thank goodness I came back before pumpkin spice said good-bye! I’ve been dreaming about these Pumpkin Spice Granola Bars since September. Yes, dreaming, night and day. It’s like they’ve been haunting me. In a good way. Haunting my thoughts and making my mouth water. Some might say I’m obsessed, but I like to think of it as passionate thoughts. I’m a foodie, I have
I have finally made a nut-free, bake-free Granola bar! I got the idea for these after making my Homemade Cough Drops earlier this year. I noticed as I prepared the honey for my cough drops, it became thickened, almost like a caramel. Since then, I’ve had the idea of making granola bars using that same preparation method for the honey.
Now you can start your day with this healthy Chocolate Granola that’s easy to make! I have stumbled upon ways to not only enjoy chocolate if you’re trying to eat healthier, but to have it for breakfast in this Chocolate Granola. I love breakfast! I wholeheartedly agree with the age old saying that breakfast is the most important meal of
All the flavors of Fall come together in this homemade Pumpkin Spice Granola. If you embraced your pumpkin cravings earlier this week with my Pumpkin Caramel Chia Pudding Parfait, then you’ll be loving today’s recipe, Pumpkin Spice Granola. And if you haven’t embraced your pumpkin craving just yet, then today is your day. There’s nothing better than homemade granola. It’s
I love summer fruits! The strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and all the tropical fruits that are just too many to list! You get the jest, I love all summer fruits! But I especially love blueberries! I even have two small blueberry bushes, although they haven’t really produced much yet. This year, one bush produced berries, but they were sour. The
The weather’s warming up and I need to start cutting my sugar intake. And this recipe is perfect for just that because it’s sweet, but without any white sugar. It’s sweetened with honey and organic brown sugar and made with old fashioned oats, walnuts, chia seeds, and cinnamon. The banana flavoring comes from a very ripe banana and banana chips.
Today you’ll find this post over at Mrs. Happy Homemaker’s site where I’m helping Crystal out. I hope y’all swing by because I’ll be sharing my recipe for Homemade Granola. A simple granola recipe that is easy to make and tastes so good. Hope to see y’all over there! Click here for Mrs. Happy Homemaker’s site. Follow Julie’s board Sweet and Spicy
As the end of August nears, days start getting shorter, and the kids go back to school, it’s only obvious that Fall is just around the corner. Wow, where did this year go? It feels like only yesterday when we were expecting snow and freezing temperatures. Have I mentioned how much I love fall? If you didn’t know yet, I absolutely L-O-V-E