Peanut butter granola

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Who says you can't have granola in a low carb diet? This Grain-Free Peanut Butter Power Granola You're sure to satisfy that cereal craving! Now updated with an instructional video.

My keto peanut butter granola recipe will become an instant favorite. My whole family loves this grain-free and sugar-free cereal recipe, and now I have an instructional video so you can see how easy it is to make. Low carb breakfast never looked so good!

How to make low carb granola

Many moons ago, after their divorce, my mother started doing a series of Outward Bound courses. He made the basic three-week canoe trip in Northern Ontario. He did mountaineering in the Rocky Mountains. She did a sailing course in the Caribbean. He even did a dog sledding course in Yukon or the Northwest Territories or some other frozen and abandoned place. There is no doubt that these courses were essential for her in rebuilding her life and in becoming a self-confident and confident single woman in her 40s. All very impressive things, indeed. But perhaps the most important thing he got from these feats was the best granola recipe in the world. Okay, I heard laughter about that. But this is a food blog, what did you expect me to say?

However, in all seriousness, along with everything related to character development, came a tried and true recipe for the Outward Bound granola we made for years. Years and years and my mother still lives to this day. Your home can't go without a batch of granola for more than about 5 minutes. It has undergone many permutations since its inception, including a decadent version of chocolate that my older brother invented when he added chocolate chips to hot granola in the oven. These days it is full of all kinds of healthy things, grains and seeds and dried fruits. So you can honestly see that I come for my love of granola.

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The problem is that your typical granola is not that healthy for me. The large amount of oatmeal, other grains, and lots of sugar means that just looking at it gives me an increase in blood sugar. And I'll confess that I miss granola, along with other types of breakfast cereal. I made up my own grain-free and sugar-free granola at the beginning of this low carb trip and it was delicious. So when Bob’s Red Mill sent me some wonderful gluten-free products to review, I decided to try another low carb granola, this time with peanut butter and lots of protein. An energetic breakfast to say the least (especially mixed with a little Greek yogurt … mmmmm).

Bob's Red Mill hardly needed to ask me to check his products. I've been a fan for a long time and I always have some of his stuff in my closets. Even before they sent me a package of goodies, I already had their coconut flour, xanthan gum, regular flax flour, flaked coconut, and oatmeal on the go. I now have hazelnut flour, golden flax flour, guar gum, and GF all-purpose flour (for my kids) to add to the collection. They have a wide variety of gluten-free products and I've had great success with all the ones I've tried.

Peanut butter granola

Who says you can't have granola on a low carb diet? This grain-free peanut butter grain granola is sure to satisfy that cereal craving! Now updated with an instructional video.

Servings: 12 servings

Calories: 338 kcal


  • 1 1/2 cups almonds

  • 1 1/2 cups pecans

  • 1 cup coconut or almond flour, grated

  • 1/4 cup sunflower seeds

  • 1/3 cup Swerve Sweetener

  • 1/3 cup vanilla whey protein powder OR collagen protein powder

  • 1/3 cup peanut butter

  • 1/4 cup butter

  • 1/4 cup water


  1. Preheat oven to 300F and line large rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. In a food processor, process the almonds and pecans until they resemble coarse crumbs with a few larger pieces. Transfer to a large bowl and add grated coconut, sunflower seeds, sweetener, and vanilla protein powder.

  3. In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the peanut butter and butter together.

  4. Pour the melted peanut butter mixture over the walnut mixture and stir well, stirring slightly. Shake in water. The mixture will be grouped.

  5. Spread the mixture evenly on a prepared baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes, stirring halfway. Remove and let cool completely.


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