orange maple walnut granola

I am so incredibly thankful right now! God has answered a prayer that I started praying for years ago. I didn’t realize how important it was when I first started to pray for it and the purpose wasn’t always clear to me, but I knew that I needed to pray. It wasn’t until recently that I realized where that prayer fell according to God’s plan. God’s timing is perfect. He answers prayer in the best possible way at the best possible time. Not because He makes things happen when I want them to, or how I think they should turn out, but because His will is perfect. Prayers prayed in belief according to God’s will are answered. I sure don’t deserve this, and I am so so so very thankful!

“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who’re the called according to His purpose. 
For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn among many brethren.”
–Romans 8:28-29

Orange Maple Walnut Granola
4 c buckwheat groats (soaked and dehydrated)
2 c oat groats (soaked and dehydrated)
1 1/2 c fresh squeezed orange juice
1 1/2 c chopped walnuts (at least soaked)
1 c maple syrup
1 c cranberries
1 t vanilla extract
1 t Celtic Sea salt

First, grind oat groats into a flour and slice cranberries in half. Then combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Spread over several parchment paper lined dehydrator trays, and dehydrate at 105° F until crunchy.

Coconut Milk
4 c water
1 can full fat coconut milk
few drops stevia extract

Blend all ingredients thoroughly.

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3 Responses to orange maple walnut granola

  1. I made a similar granola a few weeks ago, using buckwheat and oat groats as well as fresh orange juice but adding raw cacao powder. I may try your version with maple syrup!

  2. I’m new to your site and it’s simply beautiful. I am trying several of your recipes and I love the brownies. I can’t seem to get my soaked oats to dry out and I so badly want to make soaked oat granola. Are there tricks? Would it help if I hung the soaked oats in cheese cloth for awhile? How long do they soak? Any help would be amazing. Thanks for the wonderful recipes so beautifully presented

  3. Love: Well thank you! To answer your question, you need to dry the oat groats in a dehydrator. If you don’t have one, you can use your oven on its lowest temperature with the door cracked. Hope that helps!

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