We want our start of day, breakfast meal to be easy, instant, healthy and most importantly delicious.
So, you are sorted for the day!
This Ready to eat breakfast is a solution for once and all. It’s not a proper “Granola mixture” but somewhat similar to it, and you can easily make it and store it as well.
You can enjoy it as ready to eat snack or in breakfast with milk or curd.
- It is loaded with antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.
- Aids in weight loss.
- Provides an instant boost of energy.
- Aids digestion.
- Helps in controlling blood sugar levels.
|Quick oats||2 cups|
|Puffed rice||3/4 cup|
|Dried coconut||1/2 cup|
|Mixed raisins||2 handful|
|Nuts and Seeds||As per choice.|
|Jaggery powder||1/4 cup.|
|Virgin Coconut Oil||2.5 tbsp.|
- Sieve the poha and remove unnecessary small particles.
- Add the sieved poha to a bowl.
- Now similarly, sieve the quick oats, and add it to a separate bowl.
- Again, sieve the puffed rice, and transfer it to another bowl.
- It’s time to dry roast three of them one by one.
- Dry roast the quick oats, puffed rice, and poha separately.
- Then transfer all the ingredients altogether to a bowl or plate.
- Now dry roast the peanuts in the pan.
- Once, dry roasted, add the peanuts to the bowl.
- Now, dry roast the dried coconut and then transfer it to the bowl too.
- Add mixed raisins, some nuts and seeds as per your choice to the bowl.
- Now in a separate bowl, add jaggery powder and virgin coconut oil.
- Mix them well to avoid any lump formation.
- And then add it to the bowl.
- Now transfer the complete mixture to a pan or kadhai.
- Heat it to remove the moisture, and transfer it back to the plate.
- Let it cool down a bit, and transfer to an airtight container.
- And your healthy and yummy Granola mixture is ready.
- Take a serving of it and enjoy it with some curd.
- Top it off with some fruits such as strawberries, black grapes, and some more granola mixture.
- Poha is a nutritious dish. It’s high in carbohydrates, high in iron, high in fiber, high in antioxidants and important vitamins, and it’s gluten-free.
- Oats are abundant in manganese, phosphorus, copper, B vitamins, iron, selenium, magnesium, and zinc among the vitamins and minerals. They’re also a good source of fiber and antioxidants.
- Puffed rice consists of essential micronutrients especially calcium, iron, and vitamin D.
- Peanuts are abundant in protein, fat, and fiber. While peanuts contain a lot of fat, the majority of the lipids in them are considered “good fats.” These fats truly aid in the reduction of cholesterol levels. Magnesium is another important mineral found in peanuts.
- Coconuts are particularly high in manganese, as well as copper and iron.
- Raisins are also high in minerals like vitamin C, selenium, and zinc. Raisins have a good balance of nutrients and antioxidants.
- Nuts and seeds are enriched with healthy fats, and significant vitamins and minerals.
- Jaggery powder is enriched with minerals and vitamins especially magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin B.
- Coconut oil is particularly high in lauric acid, a rare saturated fat that appears to benefit blood lipid composition.
|2100 Kcal||220 gm||5.8 gm||122.4 gm|
Calories= 140 Kcal/serve.
Do try this insanely nutritious and delicious “Ready to Eat Breakfast”.