I've been making Honey Granola weekly for about 10 years now. It is so fabulous, prep time is less than 5 minutes and bake time 25 to 30 minutes. It's a basic recipe, and you can add raisins, fresh fruit, nuts, whatever, when you eat it. Here is the recipe:
Greased 9x13 pan
350 degree oven
In microwave, melt and mix together:
1 stick butter or margarine (butter takes it over the top)
1/2 cup honey
1/2 tsp cinnamon
3 T brown sugar
Pour over and mix with
5 cups old fashioned oats that you have measured into your greased 9x13 pan
Bake for 15 minutes, stir and bake for 10-15 more minutes. I just keep in a plastic cereal container. Never had it go bad or stale. I've even made up 3-4 weeks worth when we redid our kitchen so that we'd have plenty.
It's good for breakfast (lunch or dinner, just saying), good on ice cream, yogurt, whatever.
Now on to that never-ending list of mine......(linking with Fawn at Happy Wive's Club again), where I continue to extol the virtues of my other honey.......
See what I mean?
30. I love the way he looks in a jacket and tie.
31. He has little quirks. Just found out the other day that when he first gets up in the morning he washes his face with cold water. (I only know this because his hands feel like Blocks of Ice afterwards.) Ever hear the saying about throwing cold water in your face, to wake up? So he applies that saying to himself. Every morning. Cold-as-possible water. We laughed a lot about it. I asked him if he'd ever heard the saying "go jump in a lake". Seems like jumping in a lake in the morning this time of year would be quite the invigorating way to wake up.
Hope you are having a great week, rife with simple pleasures!