Homemade granola

Make this toasted muesli, aka, granola at home and play around with the flavours and ratios to suit your own tastes.
6 cups

Making your own muesli is fun, simple and delicious. When you make it yourself you can play around with the ratios and flavours to make it your own. Store bought muesli can contain a varying range of sugar and sweeteners. We’ve sweetened with maple syrup and date and figs. You can adjust the amount of maple syrup to suit your own tastes.

Making your own muesli at home can be so much tastier and you have more control over the ingredients. When you make it yourself you can play around with the ratios and flavours to make it your own. We have sweetened ours with date and figs and with chia seeds for added satiety.

Would you prefer a bircher muesli, or regular muesli? Looking for more breakfast recipes?

Store your muesli in an air tight container for up to two weeks.

If you’re looking for some gorgeous containers and labels to organise your muesli and cereals and make them easier to find we have you covered.

There’s always the sustainable choice of repurposing your used coffee jars with pretty labels like these from Hard to Find.. If you’re not a coffee drinker, or worry about residual flavour hanging around then you can pick up some affordable glass containers from places like Big W, Kmart or your local op shop and reuse them over and over.

Glass containers with labels



1.Preheat oven to 180°C/350°F. Line two oven trays with baking paper.
2.Combine maple syrup and olive oil with rolled oats, almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds and ½ cup pistachios and spices in a large bowl. Bake for 12 minutes until golden and toasted.
3.Meanwhile, in a separate bowl, toss figs and dates, linseeds, coursely chopped pistachios and chia seeds. Stir through cooled toasted oat mixture. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.