|2/3 c||peanut butter|
|1/2 tsp||cinnamon *|
|4 c||rolled oats*|
|1/2 c||dried figs, snipped (this is about 7 or 8 figs)|
|1 c||shelled peanuts (i used peanuts w/sea salt)|
Wow, I am excited to find this recipe of my Grammie's because I love granola and what better than homemade granola. I will try and make this for Easter and give it out as gifts in jars. I know my family will love it. Of course, they can munch on it anytime they want and it is a great healthy snack.
I remember my Grandma putting this granola into her homemade yogurt she would make. It really helped my sister & I to be able to eat it easier. It wasn't like the store bought kind with fruit and all. It was sort of sour and tart and other times we could put a spoonful of homemade jam.
(Or whatever fruits you decide. This is a picture of my "Easter Granola" I had dried papaya, pineapple, cherries, figs and salted peanuts)
I added papaya, pineapple and cherries to the mix
I cut out squares of remnant fabrics to use for the bags on top.
I bought 1 bag of green plastic grass
Assorted candies and placed in those 1/2 baggies you can buy at the store.
Colored thin stripped ribbon and fancy Easter color ribbon thicker.
Stickers for jars to write Happy Easter on.
Here is how I placed the candies on the jar and then tied the fabric up around it.