Blueberry Nut Granola

Blueberry Nut Granola
1 c shredded coconut
1 c dried blueberries
1 c sunflower seeds
1/2 c almonds
1/2 c walnuts
1/2 c buckwheat flour
1/2 c flax seeds
1/2 c maple syrup
1 t vanilla
1/2 t salt

Grind coconut into flour. Chop almonds and walnuts. Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Dehydrated in clumps until crunchy. Enjoy!

I was born in Southern California to two total SoCalers. My Dad, beyond the definition of laid back, and my Mom, beyond the opposite of my Dad. Then they moved to Indiana, and I’ve been a freak ever since :) I recently retook the Myers Briggs test and came out an ISTP…I’m not 100%, but it’s pretty close. I like to walk fast, get to the point, and I like change…a lot. Slightly kidding about being a freak, but only 6% of the population are ISTPs!

When I moved to Wisconsin for the summer it was a breath of fresh air, literally and figuratively. I lived amongst beautiful rolling green hills and spent a majority of my days outside. I’ve been home from Wisconsin a week, and it’s so bizarre how different the two places are, not just in landscape, but in pace of life. The people are so different from those I’ve grown up with, and I really like them! They have a fearless outlook on life and an adventurous spirit I’m not used to being around. It was almost like experiencing a different culture.

I love Wisconsin and will most likely make frequent visits and eventually extended stays, but until then I’m readjusting to this familiar flatland of the Midwest. I like the quiet and the time to work on everything I didn’t get to over the summer. It’s been a joy to reconnect with church family and friends. And I’m excited to finish my degree. In many ways I see God preparing me for more and more change. Once I graduate in December, I’ll have no obligations, no commitments, no schedule, and there’s something really exciting about that!


6 Responses to Blueberry Nut Granola

  1. Your food photography is some of my favorite, ever, Hannah. Seriously. Truly.

    Delightful.
    Refreshing.
    Yummy.
    Crisp.
    Light.
    Simple.

    Those are some words that come to mind when I am on your blog. Keep up the good work, friend.

  2. Would love to make this, but no dehydrator. Do you know what the time/temp would be in the oven? Mine doesn’t go below 170 degrees.

    Love your site. :)

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