This granola is honestly one of the best recipes I’ve ever created! The problem I find with most healthier homemade granola is that there’s less honey/golden syrup than in traditional recipes. This means there aren’t as many crunchy clusters, which we all know is the best bit!
Well you know what my answer is? PUMPKIN PUREE.
It’s nearly Halloween! This year I’m dressing up as a spider – I’m known as the crazy spider lady who doesn’t mind picking up spiders, but in actual fact, I just don’t want them to be killed! I’m also baking some gluten free cupcakes for my works Halloween baking competition – representing all the gluten free folk out there! Plus trying to convince my work colleagues that gluten free food doesn’t taste like cardboard…
Yes yes yes to these pancakes! I love them so much that I’ve been making them most weekends just to feel warm and cosy and more autumnal. I’d never tried figs until around a month ago – the first time I ate them they were fresh so weren’t overly sweet. However I roasted them for this recipe and what a difference! They’re sweet, sticky and have such a vibrant colour. Served with homemade almond butter, coconut yogurt and a sprinkle of crumble – it’s autumn on a plate.