I don’t know where you are today, but here is Southwest Ohio, it has been MUGGY. The rain's hit us at least a little every day, and it’s just enough to make you sweat buckets, but it never seems to clear the air. I almost long for a good hot August day. Almost. Ask me again in late July. ;)
For my family, especially the teenage boys, who’ve been working outside really, really hard getting our homestead rolling this spring, a hearty breakfast is essential. Our winter breakfast staple was a huge crock pot of steel cut oats (with eggs and fruit on the side) but it’s really just too hot to think about warm oats right about now. But as we buy hundreds of pounds of oats every fall for breakfasts all year, I still have plenty to cook. What’s a homesteading gal to do? Make granola, of course!
Here on our homestead, I decuple the recipe on Kitchen Day each week (Pssst! Decuple means multiply by 10 -- Use that one at dinner and impress your children!) I dare you to snag a bowl before your family finishes it off. It's just that good!
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