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Maple Sea Salt Peanut Butter Granola, Vegan, low-FODMAP

Granola parfait with fruit and yogurt, vegan
Granola parfait with fruit and yogurt, vegan

Healthy Homemade Granola! Maple and Sea Salt meld perfectly together and add Peanut Butter and healthy nuts and seeds for a delectable granola recipe that is also vegan and low-FODMAP.

Making granola is fun! You can essentially choose exactly what you want in it. One of the things that bothers me the most about packaged granola is that there is a shelf full of great-looking options, but when I read the ingredients, there are always 1 or 2 things that I don't want or can't have. That, and they're often so hard that I'm afraid of breaking a tooth. Maple Sea Salt Peanut Butter Granola uses nothing but pure organic ingredients and the result is a tender bite of flavor and nutrients.

If you like this, check out my other granola recipe developed by request for my Paleo friends, which is grain-free with a bright orange-ginger flavor profile with cranberry coconut and goji berries.

A note about the low-FODMAP recipe: nuts, seeds, dried blueberries used in Maple Sea Salt Peanut-Butter Granola, are all individually low-FODMAP in their respective serving sizes. I've kept the proportions used relative to these serving sizes. Above this serving size, they begin to become moderate or high FODMAP. Therefore, stick to 1/4 c. serving of the finished granola in order to avoid "stacking," which may trigger symptoms. My favorite use for granola on a low-FODMAP diet is to create parfaits with berries, low-FODMAP yogurt, or use granola to garnish pancakes, or top a smoothie bowl. You get a fulfilling meal without overloading on granola.

Granola, fruit and yogurt parfait
Granola, fruit and yogurt parfait

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