I’m in granola heaven. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to try and track down this recipe. I have been reading the blog A Sweet Spoonful for quite some time now and the author has branched out and started a granola company called Marge, so I always suspected her granola is quite good (she does sell it after all!). Luckily, she recently came out with a book and recipes from the book are littered around the blogosphere. While a number of them look very appetizing, the first thing that I tracked down was this granola recipe, it was a long time coming. I am very pleased that I did because my home has been noticeably granola-lacking the past few months. I don’t know why I haven’t made it in so long, I think I have just been sticking with granola bars as handy lunch-time snacks as opposed to granola, which is more of a delicious, breakfast add-in.
I cooked brunch for 12 people this weekend. It was my first time ever cooking for such a large number and I was pretty excited about the whole thing. My goal was to prepare dishes that weren’t too difficult to make in the first place and would just require heating up when it was time to eat. I definitely didn’t want to be cooking eggs to order (who would?). I went with this rosti for the potato element, and these corn tortillas for something approximating lunch and a salad in one, for the sweet element I went with a yogurt parfait. Most of the people I was serving don’t really like eating sweets so I thought that yogurt, fruit and granola was a healthy, sweet alternative.