Many granolas are filled with added sugar and are high in carbohydrates. This recipe offers a higher protein, higher healthy fat, and lower carbohydrate option!
You can mix & match the nuts and seeds in this recipe depending on which you prefer or have on hand. I chose peanuts and cashews since these are the only nuts I can personally tolerate with my food sensitivities.Feel free to choose your favorite!
When choosing seeds, it's better to choose sprouted seeds because they are easier to digest and less likely to cause digestive irritation for those with autoimmune thyroid conditions..
Makes about 8-9, ¼ cup servings.
Enjoy the “granola” by itself, or on top of a smoothie bowl, or on top of a yogurt or non-dairy yogurt!
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