Healthier and cheaper than store-bought granola, this recipe is a breeze to make and can be adapted to suit your family's preferences
If kept in an air-tight jar, the granola should keep for at least 1 month
You can use any combination of oats, nuts, seeds or dry fruits in a ratio of 3:1:1
Do no use instant oats, as these don't hold up as well as rolled oats
Additional options for ingredients are: pumpkin seeds, coconut flakes, raisins, apricots (look for sulphur-free ones), cranberries and just about anything you like!