Granola (Pecan, Rolled Oat, Sunflower Seed and Raisin) - Air Fryer

Granola 
(Pecan, Rolled Oat, Sunflower Seed and Raisin)

 Who don't love Granola?
I love eating with Yogurt, Greek Yogurt or Milk 
for breakfast, lunch or as snack munching away
while watching my favourite movie.
Easy and inexpensive to make and lastly does not
take much of your precious time.

Note : I am using my Air Fryer machine
to make this Granola.  Please do not be disappointed, 
if you do not have Air Fryer machine,
because you can use oven to bake it.




*3 tbsp of Honey 
(*I am using 3 tbsp because my honey is wild honey thus not that sweet.
It is sourish. If your honey is commercial, then 2 tbsp will be enough.)
2 tbsp of melted Butter.
1 1/2 cups of Rolled Oat.
Pinch of Salt.
1/2 cup of Sunflower Seed.
1/2 cup of Pecan (chop it roughly).
1/2 cup of Raisin.




1)  Add all the ingredients except for honey, butter  
and 1/2 of the raisin to a bowl.
2) Then add your honey and butter and mix thoroughly.
3) Lined your AF basket with aluminium foil or 
Oven baking tray with baking sheet.
4) Pre-heat your AF machine or Oven.
Using Air Fryer Machine
5) Air Fry batch by batch at 180 Degree Celsius for
3 minutes and then take it out and stir well.
Air Fry again for another 2 minutes.
6) Pour it into a tray to cool it.
7) While cooling, add the balance of the raisin.
8) Keep in a air tight container.

Using Oven Machine
5) Oven bake it at 190 Degree Celsius for 4 minutes
and then take it out and stir well.
Oven bake again for another 2 to 3 minutes.
6) Pour it into a tray to cool it.
7) While cooling, add the balance of the raisin.
8) Keep in a air tight container.

Note : I prefer to have two types of texture on the
raisins thus, I put 1/2 to bake it and balance after
all have been baked.  You can put all the raisins
after the baking. Choice is yours.




The above six photos showing the outcome of the Granola.
Air Fry into three batches.
I lined my Air Fryer basket with aluminium foil.
If using oven, please line your baking tray with baking sheet.




While cooling the Granola and seeing it so beautifully
made, I can't help myself digging it in.
I had it with Greek Yogurt and drizzle with some wild honey.
Just yummmmmy



I am delighted to link this post to the "Little Thumbs up" event 
entitled "Honey" organised by




Comments

Granola is always my go-to breakfast. Thanks for sharing with LTU. :)
Zoe said…
Hi Amy,

Great Breakfast idea! Very yummy and healthy :D

Zoe
Ayshwarya Singh said…
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