Apple Oatmeal Cookie Granola
Easier than a “no bake” oatmeal cookie
I named this recipe “oatmeal cookie” because that is the closest I can come to the emotion that overcame me as I bit into this granola.
This is made in your Excalibur dehydrator, using Paraflexx sheets. You will set the temperature to approximately 125° F and allow it to run overnight. At least, that is what I did but it was so perfectly crisp that I do believe less time or lower heat might be possible. If you prefer “living foods” closer to raw, try a lower temperature—either way you will still end up with a healthy oatmeal cookie like product.
The yield for this recipe was three trays. Play with the ingredients. For instance I did not use all raisins, I combined them with dehydrated berries from my pantry. I also mixed walnuts and pecans because I could not decide between the two.
recipe for oatmeal cookie
5 medium apples, sliced and peeled
6 cups rolled oats
1 cup nuts
1 cup raisins
Dehydrated crumbled raspberries, to taste (optional)
1 cup maple syrup
2 cups warm-hot water
In a separate bowl, mix the maple syrup with water. Set aside.
In a large bowl, mix all of the other dry ingredients for this no bake oatmeal cookie. Stir in maple syrup mixture.
Dump mixture onto dehydrator trays. Turn on the dehydrator and forget about them until morning, and then enjoy your chewy oatmeal cookie with your yogurt!
This is a great snack recipe for kids. Give this recipe a try and tell me what you think below in the comments section.