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Maple Coconut Granola

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It’s such a treat to have foodie friends cook for you. This summer, we were sent home with a parcel of Mary’s delightfully delicious Maple Coconut Granola after enjoying cocktails in her posh Aspen condo. I knew I’d have to recreate her recipe at home. 

PAM Cooking Spray sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.

Maple Coconut Granola in a white ceramic bowl 

Maple Coconut Granola

I make a huge batch of granola a few times a year. I love the stuff, but it’s way too tempting to have around 24/7. Mary’s Maple Coconut Granola was gobbled up as breakfast, snacks and more snacks. Sweetened with real maple syrup and brown sugar, the rest of the add-ins can be tweaked to your preference.

I usually use sweetened angel flake coconut in my granolas but loved the big unsweetened coconut flakes even better. It’s not like the syrup and brown sugar won’t sweeten it anyway. Like Mary, I added some pistachios and dried fruit to the basic Food52 recipe along with the pecan halves, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. What a magical mixture!

More granola recipes I’ve shared include my Pistachio Coconut Granola or my Vanilla Granola with Dried Fruit.

Mary blogs over at Lights on Bright No Brakes. Pop over and say hello! I’ve also made her dreamy Guacamole.

Maple Coconut Granola - An irresistible granola sweetened with maple syrup and full of nuts, seeds and dried cherries

PAM Cooking Spray Hacks

I’ve shared one of my favorite baking tricks with numerous friends as well as on this blog, but it bears repeating. Have you ever struggled to get every bit of peanut butter out of a measuring cup? How about honey? Well, I have a terrific tip for you. Spray your measuring cup with PAM Cooking Spray first, then  it will be a snap to remove your peanut butter, honey, or in this case, maple syrup from the measuring utensil. Once you give it a go, you’ll be kicking yourself for not trying it sooner. It makes cleanup a heck of a lot easier, too.

A review of my favorite PAM Hacks in the kitchen:

  • Use to spray measuring cups when cooking with sticky foods and liquids like peanut butter, honey, corn syrup and maple syrup.
  • Line your baking tins with foil and spray with PAM for easy release of cookie bars, roasted veggies, etc.
  • When a recipe calls for lining the bottom of a baking pan with parchment, give it a quick spray so that nary a morsel sticks at removal time.

What’s your favorite “hack” for PAM Cooking Spray?

Maple Coconut Granola in a white cereal bowl with a spoon [tasty-recipe id=”56357″]

Did you know?? PAM Cooking Spray leaves *99% less residue than margarine or bargain-brand cooking sprays too. (* vs. leading cooking sprays (except olive oil), after spraying on glass bakeware, baking at 400°F for 30 min, cooling, and then washing in standard home dishwasher with detergent and repeating 4 times).

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3 comments on “Maple Coconut Granola”

  1. Crunchy and yummy thing for breakfast. I have to admit I have been looking for cooking spray in Denmark for a while and I can’t find it 🙁

  2. A tasty snack I’m sure:@)

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