Gluten-free, grain-free pumpkin granola recipe made without added sugar.
Happy Wednesday beauties!
Yesterday both Michelle and I filmed a workout with Madison as our cheerleader. Well, Michelle did a 15 minute core workout as I filmed a video about core reconditioning exercises to help strengthen my core post partum. Madison usually does pretty good at the start of us filming but then by the end she gets a bit fussy, so you will start to hear her more in our videos. The past 3 nights we have been sticking to our night time routine, which has been great. Madison is sleeping a little better each night. Although still is not liking bath time.
Any tips for making bath time better for her?
Michelle and I are excited to see many of you wanting to join us on our #sugarbreak challenge. Some of you have asked what are the rules? There are no rules as we mentioned because we want it to be fun, not something that adds stress to your life. You decide what sugars to take a break from. For us we are focusing more on things like maple, honey and little to no fruit. Today’s recipe fits in perfectly with this sugar break challenge. If you join us use the hashtag #sugarbreak #purelytwins.
Gluten-free, grain-free, no added sugar pumpkin granola recipe
Come join us in our kitchen to make pumpkin granola!
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I love making granola. Gary loves having granola with yogurt for breakfast. I normally make different versions of this granola recipe.
Now with fall here and pumpkin everywhere pumpkin granola was on my must-make lists. I am happy to report this recipe is just as good as any sugar coated granola!
How to make healthy pumpkin granola without sugar
As mentioned in the video, the pumpkin puree is the “sugar” for the recipe and being that pumpkin is soft this granola has a more soft texture to it.
When it first comes out of the oven it’s a little crispy. The granola will get a bit softer over time, which is why this recipe makes just a little over a cup of granola. Perfect small batch of granola.
Double this granola and freeze it so you have it on hand.
Of course I added in some cacao nibs. You know I was addicted to cacao nibs during my pregnancy.
You can omit them or use chocolate chips. Yep a little chocolate for breakfast is okay here. 😉
You can use any nut or seed combo that you like.
If you do not have pumpkin puree you can use any winter squash puree.
If you do not like stevia, feel free to use a little liquid sweetener you like. We would suggest around 3 tbsp or to taste.
the best gluten-free dairy-free pumpkin granola made without oats and sugar
Here is our original go-to granola recipe: *Note it does have sugar.
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