Turn the oven on to 225, line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a slipmat. This is 100% necessary. I cannot be held responsible for a ruined pan or burnt coconut if you skip this step.
Mix together in a large bowl:
1 c rolled oats (not quick)
1 c buckwheat (oats groats-I got them in the bulk bin at Whole Foods)
1/3 c quinoa (not cooked)
2 T chia seeds
1 c chopped raw almonds
1/4 c pumpkin seeds
1/2 c chopped walnuts
1/4 c shredded or flaked coconut
1 t ground cinnamon
1 t ground ginger
1/3 c golden raisins
1/3 c finely chopped crystallized ginger
Stir the above dry ingredients until well combined.
In a mixing cup combine 1/3 c coconut oil and 2 T artisana coconut butter and melt them together in the microwave. Add 2 T raw almond butter (any nut butter will work), 1 t vanilla extract, and 1/2 c Ohgave! Honey Flavored agave to the coconut oil/butter mixtuer and stir with a fork until well combined.
Add your wet ingredients to your dry ingredients, a stir until combined. Your mixture should be…wetter than any granola you’ve made in the past. Don’t panic, that’s how it’s supposed to be. Bake for 60 minutes at 225.
Remove from the oven, increase oven temp to 300, sprinkle granola with 2 T raw cacao nibs, and bake for 10 more minutes. Let cool completely, then store in jars in the fridge. If you do not have raw cacao, you can add 3 T chocolate chips to the granola after it has baked at 300 for 10 minutes while the granola is still warm. Stir after adding the chips to form yummy chocolate clusters, then let the granola cool.
You may swap out fruits, nuts, liquid sweeteners and even the type of oil you use to adjust to your own tastes.