Hella Good Granola

This granola is HELLA GOOD.

I have come a long way with my homemade granola…check out my other granola recipe from 3 years ago!! I’m so damn excited to share this recipe with you all, it’s perfect!

Few things about the recipe:
• Making dehydrated blueberries in the oven sounds super involved but I promise it’s worth it. Just be sure you make this way ahead of time since it bakes for 3 hours.
• You do not have to use the same kinds of nuts I did, use your favorites – experiment with the recipe!
• You must do a combo of slightly ground up oats and old fashioned oats, this is key for the clusters that form.

Hella Good Granola


    • 1.5 cups slightly ground up oats (blend in a food processor or blender)
      1 & 3/4 cup old fashioned oats
      1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
      1 cup sliced almonds
      1/2 cup cashews, crushed into smaller pieces
      3/4 cup coconut oil
      3/4 cup honey + 2 tbsp
      1/4 cup dry quinoa
      1 cup blueberries, dehydrated in oven (could substitute 1/4 cup dried fruit here)
      1/4 cup chia seeds
  • Makes 5 cups of granola


1. Preheat oven to 175*F. Wash and dry the blueberries. In a small bowl mix 2 tbsp of honey and blueberries. Lay them out on an oiled baking sheet and cook for 3 hours.
2. In a large bowl combine: ground up oats, old fashioned oats, pumpkin seeds, sliced almonds, cashews, coconut oil, honey, and quinoa. Next, spread out granola on a oiled baking sheet.
(picture below is just of nuts of oats so far, just wanted to show the combo of ground oats and old fashioned oats)3. Bake granola at 350*F for 28 minutes, tossing halfway through at 14 minutes.
4. Allow granola to completely cool down for at least 30 MINUTES!!! If you don’t you will miss out on all those amazing granola clusters.
5. Once cooked, add dehydrated blueberries and chia seeds to the baked granola. Store in an air tight container.

Blueberry smoothie bowl with Hella Good Granola 


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