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Passover Granola Recipe

April 08, 2012

When my friend, Amy, told me about her Passover Granola recipe, I was very intrigued. I had never heard of granola for Passover before, and I thought, “what a novel idea.” She sent the recipe to me, and I tweaked a few things, cutting down the oil and butter and adding the dried fruit bits and pecans. I was so thrilled by the results because it is truly hard to find Passover snacks and dessert ideas. Serve this Passover Granola on its own, sprinkled on top of nonfat Greek yogurt or topped with almond milk.

Passover Granola

Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 25 minutes
Yield: about 6 cups
Ingredients
3 cups of whole wheat farfel flakes
1 cup of pecans halves
1 cup dried fruit bits (Sun-maid makes this)
1 cup of chopped dates
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1/3 cup canola oil
1/4 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup of water
Preparation
1. Preheat oven to 350F.

2. Combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl, tossing well. Spread evenly on a lightly greased baking sheet. Bake in preheated oven 25 to 27 minutes, tossing ever 7 minutes. Remove and let cool. Store in an airtight container for up to one week.



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12 Responses to “Passover Granola Recipe”
Jeanette says:
April, 09 2012at 08:29 am
I've never heard of whole wheat farfel flakes, but this sounds like a nice easy recipe - thanks for sharing.
Tracy says:
April, 08 2012at 12:39 pm
I couldn't agree more with Jenny. Your work is truly so good!
Nancy says:
April, 08 2012at 12:00 pm
This is fabulous Alison. Sounds and looks incredible
Jenny says:
April, 08 2012at 12:11 pm
This is a great idea. The photo makes me want to eat it off the screen it so professionally done. Beautifully done as always.
Julie says:
April, 08 2012at 11:58 am
This is a novel idea! Can't wait to try this
April, 09 2012at 08:27 am
Absolutely love this recipe. I was actually just thinking about what could be in passover friendly granola. And here it is!
April, 09 2012at 08:03 am
What a terrific combination. :)
April, 10 2012at 05:19 pm
LOVE homemade granola and that looks delish :)
March, 21 2013at 07:17 am
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March, 20 2013at 09:26 pm
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March, 20 2013at 08:27 pm
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Karen says:
March, 31 2014at 01:58 pm
For the records, whole wheat farfel flakes are basically just chopped up whole wheat matzoh!

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