"I like it in yogurt, but you can also have it plain, with milk, in smoothies, or I put it in my pancakes," she writes. The mix is also pretty simple, with nuts and seeds—including almonds, pecans, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, and hemp seeds—as well as unsweetened coconut chips, golden monk fruit sweetener, and cinnamon. While Culpo's recipe calls for an egg white and honey, those ingredients can always be replaced with a flax egg and maple syrup, based on your diet.
After mixing your oat-free granola and baking it in the oven until golden brown, you can break it into clusters and enjoy a fiber- and protein-packed breakfast.
Complete your breakfast with an acacia fiber smoothie:
Try these grain-free granola recipes for a ketogenic diet-friendly snack. Or go for the granola Daphne Oz keeps in her purse at all times.
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