It’s been decided that the social distancing will extend for an additional month. I find comfort in at least knowing that there is a deadline to revaluate the situation. There are so many unknowns surrounding the spreading of the virus, but just knowing a timeline better enables us to prepare and become less overwhelmed with it all.
Currently I can’t get a grocery order unless I wait a week and there is little to no options at the store. Trader Joes in our area has made an effort to keep the shelves stocked, and also limit the amount of shoppers in the store so that we can uphold the 6ft of distance. Taking initiative in this current climate really speaks volumes. Whether it’s caring for your employees or your customer, it matters.
If there is one quick and easy breakfast concept you can easily make in bulk, it’s granola. I know many peoples eyes glaze over when they hear the word granola, but it’s a great way to pack on the superfoods, healthy fats, fiber, and save fruit that’s on it’s way out.
Think you need a dehydrator? You don’t.
Think you have to have the fresh version, you don’t, you could easily use a canned variety!
What’s fab about my granolas, is that I keep the sugar content low, make them as seamless as possible, pack on the flavor, and I make my own dehydrated fruit because let’s face it, dried fruit may be hard to find and it’s expensive! We’ll be whipping up a variety of options this month so stay tuned, and be sure to check the new Granola category!
What’s great about this recipe, is that it’s easy, affordable, packs superfoods, gluten free, can easily be made in bulk, you can switch up the fruit, you don’t need a dehydrator, has reduced sugar compared to traditional varieties, and it’s just such a game changer! Once you make your own, you’ll never want to buy a store bought option ever!
If you love effortless recipes or looking for breakfast meal prep concepts, you have to try this vegan Superfood Ginger Pear Granola!!