This Coconut Pumpkin Granola recipe is a great snack, yogurt topping, or breakfast cereal — especially for anyone who love both coconut and pumpkin flavors.
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My husband loves coconut. It’s one of his top 10 favorite foods. Maybe even top 5. Coconut is truly the way to his heart.
I like coconut too, but it’s fall and fall means pumpkin, right? Pumpkin haters will say no, but I go a bit pumpkin crazy from September to November. I enjoy it’s flavor and color, so I look for any and all opportunities to cook and bake with it.
This brings me to my big bag of oats. Sometimes I go a bit overboard with buying stuff in bulk, but luckily, oats are super cheap and can be used in so many ways. I can always figure out a way to use for them.
This time around, making granola was the perfect answer for my big bag of oats. I can make a huge batch and the family devours it. Most of them enjoy granola as a snack or as a topping on things like yogurt or ice cream. I love it as a cereal and this has been my breakfast for the last two days.
The most delicious part of this Coconut Pumpkin Granola recipe is the pumpkin mixture. It’s a sweet pumpkin mixture, that includes canned pumpkin puree, coconut oil, honey, pumpkin pie spice and more. I mixed it up in my food processor, but you could also do this by hand or with a hand mixer.
You can stir the pumpkin mixture into the oat & pepita (pumpkin seed) mixture with a spoon, but I find it easier to use my hands. Plus, I like to squeeze small bits of oats together to create clusters because clusters are the best thing about granola.
As much as I would like this to be a pop-in-the-oven-and-forget-about-it recipe, it’s not. Don’t worry, it’s not hard to make, but it will take about 35-40 minutes and you’ll want to stir it every 10 minutes. The pans will want to be rotated too.
After your Coconut Pumpkin Granola bakes and cools, transfer to a airtight glass jar or other food storage container. It will keep for 10-12 days, but ours never lasts that long.
Coconut Pumpkin Granola Recipe
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