Monday, February 7, 2011

CAN-O-LA Granola!

Cool blogging friend, Jen, made this AWESOME label to go along with my granola recipe.
She played off the word "canola" and made labels for granola in a can ;)




I made some this morning for breakfast but changed the recipe again...  *sigh*  I never make the same thing the same way twice.  This time I added pecans and sliced almonds, ground flax seed andI used olive oil for canola oil.  But it turned out DELISH, just the same.  If you haven't tried out this recipe before, you really ought to give it a shot.  The kids love it.


"More, please!"



-CK

12 comments:

Liz said...

Oh man, I love granola. I have never tried to make it though for some reason. Yours looks yummy!

Jackie said...

MMM! Granola!

This is making me want to make some. MMM!

the sleepy time gal said...

i'm definitely going to try your recipe next time. thanks!

Lydia Nelson said...

ah hah! the label is so cute! how clever!

Jenn Erickson said...

Mmmmm...pecans! Sounds fantastic! Thank you so much for featuring the label! It was so fun creating something fun and festive to decorate cans of your wonderful granola! I just bought ingredients this past weekend to make up another batch.

SHARM said...

Hi CK,
I was able to figure it with some help from the tech guys to add SITS girl button. Thank you so much for contacting me... I actually like the traffic... and comments which is very helpful...

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

I went to your link and copied the recipe! I want to start eating something HEALTHY like this. :) Thanks for sharing, CK!
Best,
Gloria

The Adviser said...

You my dear are so creative! I have to do as Gloria did and copy/paste the recipe. It really looks scrumptious.I am stopping over to thank you for making my day for SITS. Thanks for your encouragement. I'll try not to be a stranger as I like what you are posting.

Liz said...

I love the "pun-y" nature of the name!

What I Did Today said...

I'm gonna have to try this. I've only ever made granola once and it was burnt and hard enough to break teeth. I don't even like granola but my husband and kids will be forever grateful to you if this recipe actually works. ;)

LisaDay said...

That makes you a real cook. The recipe looks delicious.

Thank you for popping by my blog on my SITS day.

LisaDay

Crystal Escobar said...

So so cute!!! I love it!!!

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