peanut butter granola

who does not like to wake up and enjoy breakfast? (without standing in the kitchen for a while)
me for sure! I don't really function without my granola. or: I don't want to function without it ;) 
so in our household you'll alway find a jar full of homemade granola. this time I made one with my homemade peanut butter. actually I made it more for my husband since he loves peanut butter, and I'm not too much of a big fan. BUT: in the end it was me who ate it all ;) because it tasted incredibly good! and writing this I'm already thinking about baking another variation. 
Wishing you all a great Sunday! and hoping you gotta enjoy breakfast or brunch somewhere good! 
ah and: I just tried new coffee beans! the ones from Black & Blaze (a Zurich based roastery) tastes amazing!! I guess I'll stick with it for a while now. 

peanut butter granola
(3-4 servings)

+ 2 table spoons coconut oil
+ 2-3 table spoons raw honey (or maple syrup if you are vegan)
+ 1 table spoon water

+ 2 cups rolled oats (I use the fine ones)
+ 1/3 cup flax seeds
+ 1/3 cup sesame seeds
+ 1/3 sunflower seeds
+ 2-3 table spoons peanut butter (I made one myself and used lightly salted peanuts from PAKKA) - the peanut butter does not taste too salty at all! 
+ 6 dates in pieces (or more)

Preheat the oven (150°).
Melt the coconut oil and honey together with a bit of water in a sauce pan. Meanwhile mix the dry ingredients in a bowl. Pour the wet ingredients into the bowl. At the end add the peanut butter and mix everything. 
Bake the mixture for around 40'-60' on 150°. I prefer to slow roast my granola. Stir ones in a while. Ones the granola is done I let it cool in the oven, for the extra crunch. Add the date pieces at the end of the baking process. 

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