This month I had the opportunity to write about another blog for The Secret Recipe club. In addition to Mostly Food and Crafts, I picked up an orphaned blog, That’s Some Good Cookin’. I didn’t even know where to start to narrow down a choice…there’s so many recipes I want to try!
I wanted to get this post up as soon as possible so I had to look and see what I had in my pantry and I settled on Terri’s recipe for Pumpkin Pie Granola. I was actually looking for a new granola recipe over the last couple of weeks and this one did not disappoint. I omitted the shredded coconut in Terri’s recipe but kept everything else the same. It was the perfect addition to a bowl of vanilla bean Greek yogurt. I’ll need to hide the container from my daughter – she’ll eat the entire thing if I don’t!
Make sure to stop by Terri’s site and give her some love. I know I’ll be making her Cinnamon Roll cake sometime this holiday season! She also has a pumpkin version too!
3/4 cup pumpkin puree
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup canola oil
1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
In a large bowl, mix together the oats and pecans. In a small bowl, add the remaining ingredients. Stir until smooth. Add the wet ingredients to the oats and mix until all the oats are well coated. Pour the granola onto the prepared baking sheet. Spread the granola in the pan.
Allow the granola to completely cool before adding in any dried fruit or chocolate chips.
10 thoughts on “Pumpkin Pie Granola – The Secret Recipe Club”
This looks like the PERFECT fall breakfast with a little bit of yogurt and honey. Delicious.
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I am making this. Like, tomorrow. I have been wanting to try a new granola recipe and this looks like the PERFECT one. YUM. What a great choice.
Looks good. I have some pumpkin puree still sitting in my fridge I need to use up, and this is a somewhat healthier recipe to use it for!
how sweet of you to pick up an orphan. This granola looks delicious and easy.
What a great idea. I'll be making this one soon.
This looks like a wonderful breakfast!
Thank you so much for your post. Being the orphaned blog this time around came as a bit of a sad statement during a very trying time in my personal life. So, double thank you for being gracious enough to take on the extra work of getting an unexpected blog post together. I know how much work goes in to putting a post together.
You picked one of my favorite recipes. This granola is especially fun to much on when I am coming home late from work (I keep some in a zipper bag in the car). The spicy flavors sooth the soul and the crunchiness relieves tension. And for breakfast? What a great way to start the day.
Oh Terri you're welcome! I will tell you that I've be eating handfuls of the granola everytime I go into the kitchen. This has been a trying week for us too…hugs to you!
Heather, thanks for popping over and adding this to the collection. Cheers