My father is the king of granola. He makes the most fantastic toasty, crunchy granola and makes huge batches every few weeks because we are all kind of obsessed with it. Even though I live 6,000 miles away from my parents I still get to enjoy the granola because my parents bring me big bags of it when they come and I ration it out until their next trip. This stuff is amazing and addictive!
However, every year we have to go without the crunchy good stuff when Pesach comes around, well, not anymore! Here is a simple recipe for quinoa granola, and while it's quite different than the oat packed clusters that we enjoy the rest of year, it's a great Pesach option when you need a crunchy topper to your yogurt, a grab n' go snack for chol hamoed trips or just something to munch on all Pesach long. Not only is this recipe great for Pesach it's also a great gluten-free alternative to regular granola.
Feel free to change up the honey for date syrup/silan, agave, or maple syrup. You can also change up the spices – add ginger, clove, nutmeg and change up the dried fruit and nuts. Make this quinoa granola your own! Oh and be sure to triple the recipe because the first batch won't even make it from the sheet pan to the container!
Chag Kasher V'Sameach!
Want more genius ideas for Passover? Check out Passover Prep HQ for recipes and tips on shopping, cleaning, and more.