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Coconut Quinoa Hazelnut Granola

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Coconut Quinoa Hazelnut Granola

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Roasted hazelnuts and quinoa are perfectly paired with cinnamon, coconut, and nutmeg in this tasty Coconut Quinoa Hazelnut Granola from Dietitian Debbie Dishes. The hazelnut adds a nice roasted flavor and the quinoa give it a little crunch.

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Deborah Davis MS, RD is a Registered Dietitian who practices clinical dietetics in Chicago, Illinois. She shares practical nutrition tips and healthy recipes on her personal blog, Dietitian Debbie Dishes.  In her free time, you’ll likely find Deborah in the kitchen, camera and spatula in hand, developing recipes for her blog and freelance pieces. Connect with Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

Photo courtesy of Deborah Davis. Original recipe can be found on Dietitian Debbie Dishes.

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15 responses to “Coconut Quinoa Hazelnut Granola”

  1. Avatar EastCoastNorthEnder says:

    Sounds divine! Going to add this to my “must try” list. 🙂

    • Avatar Suzy says:

      Bloody hell …….1/4 cup wouldn’t keep a flea active for 5 minutes, let alone a working adult………

      • Avatar Kimberley says:

        I imagine the worst of it is the hazelnuts and oil! Use fewer hazelnuts I guess, or look for a healthier alternative, then have more!

  2. Avatar Ada says:

    Wow, I have most of these as store cupboard ingredients, may sub the hazelnut for almonds & skip the coconut, but sounds lovely.

  3. Avatar Joan says:

    Is the quinoa cooked first?

  4. […] 2. Coconut Quinoa Granola | Dietitian Debbie Dishes: Roasted hazelnuts and quinoa are perfectly paired with cinnamon, coconut, and nutmeg in this tasty Coconut Quinoa Hazelnut Granola.  […]

  5. Avatar socalla1 says:

    Nice, I’ve been look for a granola recipe. There are healthier alternatives to canola oil though, I’ll experiment with one of those.

  6. Avatar Sara says:

    I’m surprised to see Canola oil in the ingredient list. Hoping it’s a typo and should have said “virgin/unrefined COCONUT” oil!

  7. Avatar ilovebreakfast says:

    This sounds great but is a typical granola – high in fat and calories. The serving size is deceptive. I never eat just 1/4 cup of anything for breakfast. More like what is pictured above the recipe… around 1 cup. That would be a whopping 600 calories, 28 g sugars and 32 g of fat, plus milk.

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  9. Avatar Susan Malmstrom says:

    I agree with other comments here — 1/4 cup is either a typo or a joke, and canola oil plus lots of honey is really not healthy. Try again….

  10. Avatar Captain Jeff says:

    Ive been making granola bars for years now. Heres my recipe:
    3Cups Old Fash granola
    1can(14oz) condensed milk
    1tblsp coconut oil
    1cup each of whatever I want to add to it (always healthy options)

    I then cook it at 350 for 20-25mins.
    These become granola bars. How do you make just granola, like able to scoop a handful of the creation.
    Also with my recipe, anyone have any more healthy options than condensed milk to hold the contents together???? Im looking for something with less sugar

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