Healthy Vegan Coconut Quinoa Granola

Granola. Otherwise known as, my dependence.

In the event that you tail me on Instagram (@healthiecook), then you likely realize that I put HEAPS of garnishes on everything…  And my most loved fixings dependably is by all accounts something crunchy. Particularly when you make smoothie bowls/overnight oats, I just can't not put crunchy stuff on there. Nope. never.

Be that as it may, I'm not discussing 'store granola' here. The ones that are covered in so much sugar its similar to confection, nah I'm not having that for my breakfast! I once checked the sustenance mark of a prominent brand and a minuscule serving contains 15 grams of sugar?! Whoa whoaaa…

So no doubt, exhortation is kindly do check the names of whatever you purchase to verify you are eating well done, not sugar-covered 'expected to be beneficial for you' stuff.

Presently, on to this granola! It's sweetened with coconut nectar, which I accept is, one of the healthiest , plant-based sweeteners out there, and its delightful. Anyhow, in the event that you can't discover it where you live, then beyond any doubt you can utilize maple syrup (or nectar it you're not a strict veggie lover), simply something sweet & sticky will do ;)

Another extraordinary thing about this granola is, I swapped a portion of the oats for quinoa! It includes another distinctive composition, and it likewise pumps up the protein content some more!

*Please Read: When making granola, you can tweak it to your own particular preferring/what you have available, the length of you keep the dry-wet extents the same. For instance, on the off chance that I utilize pumpkin seeds as my "seed" and cashews as my 'nut', you can utilize some sunflower seeds and pecans! Don't sweat it! Anyway, how about we make some granola, might we?


1/2 c moved oats

1/2 c cooked quinoa

1/2 c pumpkin seeds

1/2 c dried goji berries

1/2 c destroyed/chipped coconuts

1/2 c cleaved cashews

1/2 c cleaved almonds

1 tsp cinnamon

1/4 tsp nutmeg (or allspice blend)

1 tsp salt (don't skirt this please)

1/2 c coconut nectar

2 tsp vanilla concentrate

1/4 c coconut oil

*you can make substitution to fixings, read my note over the picture*


Preheat the broiler to 180C, line a substantial heating plate with material paper (or utilize 2 plate in the event that you don't have a vast one).

Blend the oats, quinoa, nuts, seeds, dried organic products, in a substantial blending dish.

Heat coconut oil over medium low warmth in a little pot, include the coconut nectar, salt, flavors. Mix on medium low warmth for around 1 moment. Kill the warmth, blend in vanilla.

Empty in the fluid mixture into the dry blend, mix well until everything is equally consolidated. Spread the mixture uniformly onto the heating plate (don't stuff your plate or it won't prepare pleasantly).

Prepare for around 25-30 minutes in the broiler until decent and brilliant cocoa, blend it part of the way through to verify it heated equitably. (check it on the 20 moment imprint to verify its not blazed).

Give it a chance to cool for a couple of hours before putting away/serving (it will fresh up while it coo