With the mornings turning chilly, it’s time to load your breakfast bowls with warming, spiced toppings. Whether I’m having a cosy bowl of porridge or a stack of gluten free pancakes, my go-to topping is always crunchy granola. Which is why this spiced gluten free orange and cardamom granola is perfect for these autumn mornings!
This week I’m sharing a delicious, crunchy breakfast treat: my gluten free chocolate almond butter granola.
With just under two weeks to go until Christmas Day (wahoo), I thought it was time to share the recipe for this super festive and delicious Christmas spiced granola. I have to say, gluten-free granola is probably my all time favourite thing to make (I never buy shop bought GF granola) – it’s ridiculously easy to make, you can choose any flavour combination and ultimately it’s much healthier than the pre-made versions!
Autumn is in full swing at the Oat So Delicious household and today it’s time to make chai latte granola. My woody, spiced candles are burning continuously, it’s officially cosy jumper season and it’s now socially acceptable to consume numerous cups of chai lattes!
Recently, I’ve been obsessed with making raspberry chia jam. It’s the EASIEST recipe, has only 3 ingredients and tastes delicious every single time. I made a batch of chia jam a few of weeks ago for my Mother’s Day cheesecake bowl recipe, and since then I’ve been making it on repeat!
Chocolate and chai are two ingredients you might not think of pairing together, but the outcome of this breakfast recipe is truly delicious. Ever since my first chai latte last winter, I have been absolutely hooked on the taste! I know it’s now April, but chai is Christmas in a cup and no one will stop me from drinking it all year round (unless they stop selling it, then maybe I’ll stop).
Did I ever mention that granola is my favourite breakfast?
Don’t get me wrong, I love my oats SO much but I don’t remember having breakfast without granola. You can eat it on its own, serve it with yoghurt or simply sprinkle it on top of oats and smoothies – plus it’s the perfect breakfast to take travelling or when you stay round friends or family. This is really handy if they’re not 100% clued up on gluten free/Coeliac issues, as you know exactly what is in it!
These double chocolate granola bars are the perfect snack. They’re crunchy, VERY chocolatey, but not sickly sweet (meaning you can eat more!) I like to keep them in the fridge to have as a mid-afternoon treat with a cup of tea, or after dinner if I’m craving chocolate.