If you’re tired of the standard American breakfast, try switching it up with this plant-based Pineapple coconut granola. Making it at home allows you to control what ingredients you use, so you can make a healthy version that still tastes good.
This recipe uses naturally sweet dried pineapple in place of other dried fruit, like dried cranberries, which has added cane sugar. It also uses tahini – ground sesame seeds – that has minerals like iron to help with anemia. It’s a great source of calcium, high in B vitamins and full of amino acids. It also helps lower cholesterol. Enjoy.