A healthy breakfast that tastes like a treat! This Baked Pumpkin Granola Recipe is brimming with fall flavor and crunchy appeal.
I never get tired of that.
The tart creamy quality of the yogurt pulls out the sweetness of the granola like nothing else.
Today I’m sharing a seasonal homemade granola recipe that is just as easy to make as my other granola recipes, yet with the rustic intensity of fall.
I mixed old-fashioned oats with almonds and pepitas (pumpkin seeds) then topped it with a blend of pumpkin puree, maple syrup, vanilla, and aromatic spices.
Simply toss to coat the oats and nuts and spread out the mixture and bake.
The oats and nuts crisp in the oven baking a thin layer of spiced-pumpkin on each piece.
You can store this Baked Pumpkin Granola Recipe for 3-4 weeks, but I guarantee it won’t last that long once your family smells it.
It’s probably best to make two batches of this Baked Pumpkin Granola Recipe. One for you, and one for everybody else!
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