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  1. Fiona

    I prefer raw oats 😉

  2. delaney @ heartbreakpie

    So cute! this definitely looks like a treat-breakfast, which the yanks do so well. Worth a try though by the looks of things. And there is no way I wouldn’t not eat the whole lot hot off the tray!

  3. L-Izzle

    Ughhh… i HATE flavours that don’t go pop-de-pop-bop-pop!!!

    On the other hand, i LOVE you for your granola enthusiasm. It assures me that we are truly soul/belly-mates and should be together for always. Once I figure out how to use the oven in my new place (oh, how it taunts me… all I want is cookies and lasagne and they are just outside my grasp!), I am making 500 batches of different versions of this. And my life will be complete and amazing. And delicious. And crunchy.

  4. K

    that sounds so amazing, I might have to make it before I go back to eating gluten

    and I really need to get us to get more peanut butter action

  5. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Word. And it’s my dream to go to Harry Potter world too! I mean does that not look like the most fun on earth?

  6. Meghan

    YES! I am studying abroad in Australia, and while I love it immensely, one of the things I miss most about home is granola (wait…is that sad?). It’s just not that popular here, and any actual granola I find (sorry, “toasted muesli”) is outrageously expensive. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

  7. Simply Life

    Nice job with the granola – looks like we need to watch out for some competition here 🙂

  8. Jessica @ How Sweet

    I need to try adding cardamom! I love it too, I bet it is fabulous in there!

  9. Johanna GGG

    I resolutely stick to muesli rather than granola because we need diversity in the English langauge and isn’t Australia the place to find it!

    And I believe that all home made muesli is far better than shop bought – though I confess I always toast the ones I have tried – I even tried making muesli bars last week and they fell apart so I was quite happy with muesli

    have never felt brave enough to try peanut butter in muesli – much prefer some dried fruit – will save my PB for toast – I like it in savoury foods more than in sweet. (re number 5 – isn’t peanut butter used predominately to flavour sweet foods in America or am I wrong?)

  10. Helen (grabyourfork)

    The general obsession with peanut butter in the US of A is one I do wish would translate here. And peanut butter granola?! Let me Ctrl+P!

  11. Vaala ◪

    OMG!! I HAVE to have some of this granola! You had me at peanut butter…

    1. Oh yes…I can barely stand to see pictures of this wonderful Wizarding World because I just get so jealous. One day, one day…
    2. I love peanut butter (again, a twang of jealousy)
    3. Hmmm, we do manage to get a whole lot of local news here…pretty exciting viewing on a slow news day (which, let’s be honest here, is most days!). I wish I could think of an example because there have been some crackers recently!
    4. I realise they do this better but is that necessarily a good thing?!
    5. Well yes but I think you’ve highlighted the reasons! It’s like eating dessert…at breakfast time. Definitely a positive.

  12. Jess




    Occasionally I buy Crunchola at the supermarket but generally I don’t mind muesli — for breakfast. The rest of the day I would be happy to be eating this granola (preferably from a feed-bag strapped to my face) and it should be made from all sorts of exciting crunchy, sugary, fatty things. This looks like the perfect thing to take to work, when I pretend that all the hard work I’m doing requires this sort of “brain food” (my brain uses glucose — I need sugar, not that alleged “brain food” salmon! Actually I would eat raw salmon at my desk if I could get any, but I don’t know anywhere in Brisbane that does sashimi-grade fish, boooo).

    Ah an HP fan, are you? You will be interested in an upcoming post of mine, then…

  13. Celeste @ Berrytravels

    I don’t eat oats or granolas for breakfast… maybe I should and find out what all the fuss is about ;p

  14. Kath Lockett

    I want I want I want I want I want I want I want I want I want I want I want I want I want!

  15. Libby

    It’s funny cos when my boyfriend’s sister (Melbourne born and bred) moved to North Carolina a few years back, she was complaining about the lack of good bircher muesli over there! I ought to ask her about granola and what she thinks of it 😀

  16. theresa

    In the last few weeks we have had granola in the house non-stop, because it is actually a great way to use up okara. But peanut butter granola! There’s a thought! Want!!

  17. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Yes! Yum yum yum! PB + honey + (for me) a dab of cinnamon, and I am one happy lady. Maybe I don’t appreciate granola enough because, well, it’s so omnipresent here. When you visit, maybe we should have a granolathon…we could buy up little bags of all the bulk granolas at Whole Foods (and perhaps some large shelf packages too), taste-test them all, pick our favorites, and them come up with unfathomably delicious homemade versions of each. What do ya say? :]

  18. penny aka jeroxie

    oh LOVELy! I agree with you. I make my own too!

  19. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    I need to make this …STAT!!! Yummo!

  20. whisperinggums

    Do you reckon it would work with Cashew Butter for those of us who can’t eat peanuts? Wait, what am I saying, I don’t do cereal so why would I make this?

  21. Anna Johnston

    Well, have to agree with you on reasons 1, 2 3 & 4 although I’m not so much a fan of 5, but hey….. 4 outa 5 aint bad.., we still got lots to chat about right 🙂
    Me no like granola…..

  22. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    So, are you going to build your own theme park now? Please say you are. You could sell granola there. It could be a granola theme park! You could ride giant oak flakes through a sea of yoghurt! Slide down a giant spoon into a pool of peanut butter!

  23. Jennifer

    Right! I’m linking this to my boyfriend! Even though he is an American living in MY country his superiority complex when it comes to all things cereal continue to astound me. I make him toasted muesli, coconut muesli, gluten free muesli, muesli bars, is-this-bird-seed-muesli…and the response?! “You should see the cereal aisles in an American supermarket!”

    And don’t even get me started on the Vegemite/Beetroot debate (not together although I’m not above trying it)…

    Right! Off to the kitchen straight after I teach my gym class to make this delicious-as-goodness-morning-energiser! (Yes, my life is an oxymoron, I struggle with it everyday!) Thanks Hannah!

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  25. Camille

    Once you start eating homemade granola, you really can’t go back. Just a warning, although I guess it’s too late now. 🙂

  26. petite carousel

    I totally agree! I got addicted to granola the last time I went to the States, needless to say, I had it every.single.morning!

    Oh, and secretly for lunch and supper too, when no one was watching! 😉

    Love your blog btw!

  27. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    hahaha, endless laughs in this post. Love the “Dear Myself: I wish I didn’t even know those names” 🙂 Granola is so amazing. Love this recipe, thanks for the link. Have never made a peanut butter granola before. Must give this a go. I imagine it would make it deliciously clumpy.
    Heidi xo

  28. Agnes

    Granola! I haven’t made granola in ages. When are you coming to make a big batch for me? 😀