I love making a huge batch of homemade granola to snack on. It’s the perfect healthy treat. This happens to be gluten free and very low in sugar. I buy all ingredients in bulk from our local health food store. I’m not so good at following recipes so I just throw in my desired amount of each item. The oats, sliced almonds, and shredded coconut are the main part. I add around 4 cups of rolled oats (I used gluten free), 2 cups of sliced almonds, and about 2 cups of coconut. I added pumpkin seeds, walnuts, raisins, dried apricots, and pecans. You could do about a cup of each of these to make a large amount. Again, I buy all of this in bulk and the raw, unsalted versions. It will stay fresh and last you while! Lay all your ingredients out on a cookie sheet. I sprinkled cinnamon, raw agave nectar, and a small spoonful of coconut oil over the top. This was the first time I used coconut oil, Hunter and I both agreed it was the best batch yet. The original recipe calls for olive oil and honey if you want it a little sweeter, but I am trying to cut sugar from my diet! Set the oven to 350 and baked for about 25-30 minutes. I start checking on it around 25 minutes, it should be golden brown and crunchy. I always look at the coconut to tell when it’s ready since it gets real toasty looking!