Looking for a nutritious, filling, and vitamin-packed snack for a long hike? Try this sourdough discard granola recipe with goji berries, black sesame, almonds and pineapples!
Sourdough discard is a healthy, low fat binding ingredients that adds a depth of flavor. It is also an excellent way to reduce waste by transforming your sourdough waste to something completely new!
Almonds and black sesame excellent source of protein and healthy fats that helps sustain your energy. They are also packed with good-for-you antioxidants, vitamin E, and macro minerals. In addition, they add a great textural crunch, nutty texture, and beautiful contrast to the granola.
Goji berries and pineapples provides an excellent source of vitamin C as well as healthy antioxidants for immune system support as well as a wide range of other nutrients. They add a natural sweetness to the granola and when baked, provides a puffy crisp (goji berries) and chewy (pineapple) texture.
Swap out any of the nuts, seeds, and fruits to change it up. This sourdough granola recipe is super easy to make and customize. Plus, it is shelf stable! Make in bulk and store it away in an air tight container to enjoy for a couple months.
Looking for more sourdough discard recipes? Check these out:
- Quick and Easy Sourdough Crisps with just Sourdough Discard and Spices
- Sourdough Discard Cranberry Almond Crackers
- Sourdough Discard Butter Pie Crust
- Flakey Sourdough Discard Biscuits
- Sourdough Discard Spinach Tortillas
Sourdough Discard Granola with Goji Berries, Black Sesame, Almonds, and Pineapples
- 1 baking tray
- parchment paper or baking mat
- 50 g sourdough discard
- 25 g honey
- 10 g olive oil
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 g salt
- 100 g old fashion oats
- raw almonds
- black sesame seeds
- dried goji berries
- dried pineapple
- Preheat the oven to 325F. Prepare a baking tray with parchment paper or a baking mat.
- Mix together the wet ingredients + salt and dry ingredients separately then evenly mix the dry ingredients into the wet. Then transfer the mixture to the prepared baking tray and evenly spread it out.
- Bake until the granola are toasted and crispy— about 18 minutes. Occasionally, check in on the granola, rotating the baking tray to ensure even cooking and to make sure that the goji berries do not burn.
- Let the granola completely cool, then transfer to an air tight container for storage. Enjoy within 3 months.