This healthy gluten-free recipe is a simple way to eat clean. It’s perfect as a mid-day snack or a dairy-free breakfast.
Protein-packed quinoa. Betacarotene-rich pumpkin seeds. Heart-healthy almonds. Fiber-filled chia seeds. Manganese-profuse brown rice.
The ingredients for this granola are delightfully nutrient-dense, which is not only good for your body but your appetite too. When you consume foods high in the vitamins and minerals your body needs you feel satisfied without needing to eat as much. And, that’s definitely true with this crunchy snack.
Another bonus is that this granola has no oats – perfect for those gluten-free folks who can’t eat them.
This is not your ordinary granola. Because it’s oat-free, the texture is far crunchier and almost pops in your mouth. I find Erewhon’s Crispy Brown Rice cereal to be an essential ingredient in this recipe because it’s lighter texture is a great contrast to the denser seeds and nuts.
I can’t wait for you to try this recipe.
You can find the entire recipe (and my favorite ways to eat it) on the Attune Foods blog.
Note: I am a Brand Ambassador for Attune Foods. This post is sponsored by Attune. Truth be told, I loved their products before I started working with them. Their gluten-free, refined sugar-free, GMO-free cornflakes got me through the first several months of my pregnancy when I could rarely stomach anything else. So, you can rest assured that I am sharing my honest opinion of their products.