Make your own Protein Granola for a delicious, balanced breakfast that is still fast and convenient to throw together week day mornings.

Making your own also means that you control the amount of sugar that goes in – in this recipe we use Maple Syrup or Honey.

Not only is this a high protein, low sugar breakfast – it is also high in fiber and has loads of nutritional benefits from the nuts, seeds, oats and fruit.

Multiplying the recipe is recommended – as you can store the granola in an airtight container and it will keep for weeks.

Granola is easy and fun to make, so get the kids involved and make a weekend activity out of it.

Either make a plain granola and add nuts, seeds, dried fruit, chocolate bits, toasted grains – whatever you like! – afterwards so you can have variations throughout the week.

Or, if you prefer, simply add everything to your granola mix before baking it. If you do this, we suggest adding a tablespoon or two of Olive Oil so the mix isn’t too dry, and to help with toasting.


For the basic granola


300 g Rolled Oats
60 g Pea Protein
40 g Whey Protein Isolate
16 g Psyllium Husk
½ tsp. Salt
120 ml Almond Milk
120 ml Maple Syrup or Honey or a combination


Mix everything together, then press out onto a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
It should be no more than about 1/2cm thick.
Bake at 150°C for 15-20 min.
Remove and break up into small little clusters.
Return to the oven to bake for another 5-10 min – or until golden.
Remove to cool completely before storing in an airtight container.

Simple ways to have your granola

*Add toasted nuts and dried fruit and just add milk (and honey if you like).

*Layer it up with fruit and yogurt. Drizzle with Maple Syrup or Honey.

*Layer it up with your favourite jam & yogurt.

These ‘parfaits’ are so pretty they are perfect to serve to guests and even make for delightful desserts.

Fruit Granola
Fruit Granola