You can make your own home-made granola so easily with a few staples from your pantry—old-fashioned oats, nuts, seeds, nut butter, oil, and dried fruit. This Lavender Blueberry Granola recipe honors my hometown of Ojai, which is famous for lavender. Lavender grows everywhere, and it shows up in all sorts of recipes, from latte to olive oil to baking. I always have several of varieties of lavender growing in my garden in Ojai. If you have a lavender plant, you can harvest the flowers, dry them, and use them in baking. Start with this easy recipe for home-made Lavender Blueberry Granola, which is filled with the goodness of pumpkin seeds, hazelnuts, hemp seeds, coconut, blueberries, raisins—and of course, lavender. Check out how I made this granola on my Facebook live show here. Just pop the basic granola in the oven, then add the dried blueberries and raisins once it is baked.
Store it an airtight jar to enjoy over plant-based yogurt, fruit, cereal, and smoothie bowls all week long!