(FYI: I'm replacing them with baking stones. If you haven't used them before, you should know that they're magic. Everything I've baked in them looks like perfection.)
Last weekend I spent a few days at my parents' house in "the country". I did a lot of baking, but nothing y'all haven't seen before, so I didn't create any new posts. (The Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies were a big hit, by the way.) One of my mom's friends is an excellent cook, and she had made some homemade granola, so when I went over to her place to deliver some baked goods, we made a little exchange.
Bon Appetit magazine.)
Today was a perfect fall day for being a homemaker, so I made the granola. If you want to stop by for breakfast tomorrow, this is what I'll be having.
I used sunflower oil instead of canola oil because there's a family in Pierz, MN that produces it. I also opted for apple juice-sweetened dried cranberries instead of dried blueberries, 'cause blueberries are hella expensive. The tang is a little intense, but I still like it. Maybe currants next time?