I am one of those people who cannot miss breakfast. I would almost go as far as saying it is my favourite meal of the day. It is usually just cereal or fruit and yoghurt... sometimes I might have a slice of toast and marmalade, but I rarely if ever miss it. So when Nancy posted about her quick and easy Granola I was intrigued... it sounded delicious and simple!
And indeed it was simple... just four ingredients.
Melt together 25g unsalted butter, 60g runny honey, 60g smooth peanut butter in a medium pan.
When melted stir into 300g rolled oats until thoroughly mixed. Spread out onto a lightly greased baking tray and bake at 180 deg C for just 15 minutes and allow to cool on the tray. You can find the original recipe from Jack Munroe, which suggests variations here.
It crisps up as it cools. When cold I mix in a handful of raisins and then store in an air tight jar.
I cannot tell you how good this is... so good I could eat it by the handful, although I prefer it with a splash of cold milk and some soft fruit. Which makes me feel very virtuous!
Although as I left the house at 6.15 am this morning to go for a swim there was a decided chill in the air and I was thinking I'll soon be back on the porridge.
How about you, do you eat breakfast?