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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Giving Goodies

I made granola to give away!
Click HERE for the recipe and additional pictures.
I made a double batch just to make sure there were leftovers to keep! :)

26 comments:

  1. Oh that is a great "healthy" give away for Christmas. You are so clever.

    I've given away little Christmas buckets of cookies, and pumpkin bread. I love this time of year for sharing love in a tangible way...

    Love and Hugs and Merry Christmas

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  2. Really a nice treat for Christmas.

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  3. Wanda ~ your buckets of treats sound so adorable! :)

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  4. Oh it looks delicious! I hope I find some in my stocking!! Yummy!

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  5. nice...love me some granola..when can i expect mine? smiles.

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  6. Brian ~ email me your address! :)

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  7. You actually made something without enough sugar to kill me? Cool!

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  8. Oh, you are so talented and get so much done in no time, what is your secret I wonder.;))
    xoxo

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  9. What a great Christmas gift!!
    Sweet!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  10. One of our dear friends always makes granola at Christmas! It is our favorite "reindeer food". Merry Christmas, Betsy!!

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  11. Next year, granola just might be what I give away, instead of cookies.
    Healthier, prettier, easier, funnier!
    Great idea.

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  12. I have tried MANY granola recipes but this is, by far, my favorite. You gave me a jar of it many years ago Betsy and I don't think I have bought granola SINCE!!!!
    (oh, and STILL use that jar for airtight freshness!)

    YUM!

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  13. Jill ~ I remember that! It is a good recipe. :)

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  14. oh so YUMMY!!!! I want some! what a nice treat! xxoo

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  15. it looks wonderful...what a great gift...
    Have a great day Betsy!! I'm off to bake your sugar cookies!

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  16. What a lovely idea. I make a 'pimped up' Christmas apple crumble with nutmeg and various spices to give away. That usually goes down a treat, though not as healthy as yours.

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  17. with 5 men you have to make extra! yum, I could take a bit of coconut for some of that yumminess.

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  18. Oh, that looks yummy! Did you save me any? lol

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  19. They look great! Do you want my postal address?

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  20. oh THANK YOU ..bookmarked it and adding ingredients to my MEGA grocery list ..going tomorrow at the crack of dawn ..blessings and i know betsy's granola will be delish!!

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  21. ELK ~ I have a mega grocery list, too! LOL! I hope you love the granola! :)

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  22. Catching up with you today Betsy...I have been s busy since returning home from Colorado.

    I loved your snowy photos, the beautiful bird photos and Spencer raiding the Tootsie Roll box!

    Your granola recipe sounds so good! It's a wonderful healthy holiday treat.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family and may 2011 be a year full of many blessings, good health and happiness!

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  23. Oh, I'm going to try this - I've been meaning to make my own granola for a while. Thank you!

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  24. It really looks delicious. It is fun to give out to others at this time of the year. Thanks for the recipe.

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  25. Atlast im very happy that i found this blog. http://www.vivamagonline.com/index.php Saw all the recipes and im gonna give a try as soon as possible. I love the pictures and thanks for the tasty stuffs.

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