PALEO Granola with Tiger Nuts
We have been waiting for one of our amazing customers to create a Paleo Granola with Tiger Nuts, and sure enough Stephanie has, and here it i
Tigernuts have a nutty taste, my husband says they taste like almonds. They are 100% Gluten Free, Top 8 Free, low in calories at only 70 calories per serving (20 tigernuts) zero trans fat, 100% organic and high in fiber. They are safe for Diabetics and those on the Paleo and AIP diet as well. In our home we love granola and are always looking for healthier ingredients and these little Tubers are just that. They have vitamin C, E and Iron. Hope your family enjoys our new grain free granola. You can find out more about Tigernuts USA HERE.
- 1 cup Peeled Tigenuts (soak overnight 8-12 hours)
- 1 cup Dates (6-8 depending on size)
- 1/2 cup unsweetened Coconut shreds
- 1/2 cup Cranberries
- 1/4 cup Coconut oil
- 1/4 cup Sticky Sweetner (Maple, agave, honey)
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
Directions Preheat oven to 300°
- Soak your peeled tigernuts in water overnight or at least 8-12 hours.
- Add your soaked tigernuts, dates, coconut oil, maple syrup, coconut shreds, vanilla and salt to a processor and pulse until well combined and tigenuts are completely broken down. Your looking for a thick and chunky consistency. Add cranberries and mix in with spatula.
- Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Add mixture evenly like a crumble top to a cake.
- I mixed it through out the baking process to ensure a crispy granola.
- Bake 40-60 minutes mixing in between after the first 30 minutes. Baking is depending on your preference of crunch and color of your granola. I baked mine about 50 minutes.
- Once done baking let it cool completely so it gives your the crunch your looking for. Also if you want smaller pieces break after it is cooled.
Boy does this PALEO GRANOLA look terrific. A huge shout out to Stephanie for creating it and here's a link to her blog:
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Jan 05, 2018 • Posted by Laura Utley
Would appreciate knowing how many of the Tiger Nuts one can eat daily…without getting intestinal problems, stated on some U-Tube videos that come when eating “too many”! On your boxes/bags of
Whole Raw Supreme Peeled Tiger Nuts, it states "Recommended Daily Intake: 20 Nuts……………..
That really is not very much…!? I s there a “SAFE” higher quantity amount that one could eat per day?