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  1. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    What a lovely post! And your maths is perfect! 😀

  2. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Tahini granola is such a great idea!!! I can’t get enough tahini lately.

    Cute puppy. 🙂

  3. Three-Cookies

    Sounds incredible. I’ve tried something similar but without tahini and maple syrup. Never thought that tahini would find its way into granola, we live and learn. And I’ve never tried sitting on someones head, I find a chair to be more comfortable.

  4. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    That does sound very good. It certainly is clumpy, which is indeed a coveted granola quality.

  5. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Tahini in granola = brilliant!
    And bravo on the clumps 😀

  6. Lisa

    LOVE THIS! And LOVE that star bowl – …..I believe I also own one 😉

  7. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Yum that recipe sounds good. Especially the tahini!!

  8. Lizzi


    Uhmmm so like… for my next birthday? This. Just THIS.

  9. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    This is both sweet (you guys are so great, beyond great, really) & incredibly ingenious. a) using tahini, so nutty and delicious, I’m sure and b) yes! yes! coconut oil makes the best clumps, of couuuuuuurse!! see, ingenious. You’re the bomb.
    Heidi xo

  10. Melanie @ Melanie Cooks

    This granola looks perfect! With these ingredients, it must be so yummy!

  11. Rach

    Aww “gorgeous puppy-bear”… love it! 😀

  12. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Awww, such a gorgeous post. And your recipe instructions are too cute and infallible!

  13. Jamee

    YUM. Going to make this for sure! Just as soon as I find out what ‘sultanas’ and ‘tahini’ are. Google here I come… 😉 PS is that your pup? So, so cute!!

    1. Jamee

      Oh! Raisins!! I get it now. 😉

  14. Lou

    YUM. Tahini and maple syrup are such a good combo… I thought you didn’t like coconut though? Or am I going crazy? Anyway, sounds absolutely delish. Coconut oil gives granola such a nice crunchy chewiness too. What a good sister you are 🙂

  15. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    This does sound good but I do like the sound of the tall, dark and handsome granola. Just because a man comes with every packet right? 😉

  16. Leah

    Oh my i have to try tahini in granola! I have never thought of using this nutty goodness in granola! Wonderful Hannah xo

  17. Tammy

    I agree with Laura. The idea of tahini in granola is awesome and something that I haven’t ever thought of. Yum – oh and like your math too.

  18. whisperinggums

    Yay for you for providing a print version for your recipe. I wish more food bloggers would do it! Oh, and I have tasted this and it is yummo!

  19. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    This sounds so good I might actually get around to making my own museli! Where do you source your tahini?

  20. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    The best huh? That is an impressive claim 🙂

    Would you forgive me if I confessed to not liking tahini? I could pretend, but I honestly don’t! I like the look of this anyway though (and of course, tahini in this form might be just my thing). And I always like reading about your relationship with your brother 🙂

  21. InTolerantChef

    What a great idea to use tahini, it sounds so yummy!

  22. ck

    Looks yummy. Agree with everyone else – great dish and dawgy 🙂 Can you please tell me where you get coconut oil from? Please don’t say Costco! (like the dried cherries)

  23. Hotly Spiced

    I love your granola dish. Where did you find a star-studded bowl???

  24. Hotly Spiced

    Mums always seem to have a wealth of all sorts of things in their cupboards. I hope there’s a matching dinner set to go with that bowl!

  25. Alisa Fleming

    Oh, I’ve never thought to use oat bran in granola! Or tahini! Too much fun to discover such flavor pairings. Thanks Hannah!

  26. Errign

    I never want to buy tahini since I never think I’ll finish it, but now I want to buy it so I can make this! Lovely post about your brother 🙂

  27. theresa

    Oh! This granola! I have some going in the dehydrator at the moment but next batch will involve maple and coconut and tahini, I think! (Especially since we brought home a litre of maple syrup that my aunty makes.)

    Also, hi! We’re back, so now I am going to work on getting caught up on blogs (and, well, marking essays, but in terms of priorities that one isn’t so high).

  28. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic

    I love posts and recipes dedicated to siblings, and by this fact alone I do believe that this is your best granola yet 🙂

  29. Johanna GGG

    you are lucky to have one brother – easy to say he is the best – I must tread carefully in making such claims with three brothers 🙂

    However I am totally with you on the granola – looks like just my sort of muesli – I was a bowlful – btw do you just eat it plain or do you have milk or juice on it?

  30. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Ahhh, yes! I love tahini and I never really find uses for it except for hummus.

    I’m envious of your relationship with your brother. I have a brother that’s two years older than me but we’re not close in the slightest. We used to never talk despite living in the same house, but thankfully we can at least be civil to each other now! I hope we can be close one day 🙂

  31. ck

    I am pretty excited to say that I have this in the oven right now! My first ever granola. Yummm. And the coconut oil was organic virgin, so it wasn’t the wrong thing after all. I can’t wait to try this granola when it’s finished baking. Thank you Ms Wayfaring Chocolate 🙂

  32. Kim @ Eat, Live, and Blog

    I love this recipe! Anything with maple and coconut in it is great! 🙂

  33. hungryandfrozen

    I made this today! I am SO EXCITED (see? caps lock) about having it for lunch all this week. Tahini and coconut and maple syrup are just some of my favourite flavours in the world, and you’re right, it really does clump properly! Oh and if you make it again and you have it, I used some palm sugar in it and it was delicious.

    Love how well you and your brother get on, and also that you included that most adorable hound at the end of your post. Brava as per usual!

  34. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos

    i just recently discovered tahini and its pretty addicting. i love the salty flavor of it! 😀 i find it crazier how people use tahini for desserts, but i think the salty would balance the sweet perfectly now thinking about it. this is an awesome granola!

  35. Camille

    I am, once again, terribly behind and horrendously late commenting here. So I’ll keep it short: awesomesauce.

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