So, I've searched around on this for a few weeks and finally came up with my own recipe. It turned out pretty good, but don't cook it any longer than 45 minutes or it WILL burn, even if it doesn't look done yet.. :( not with standing, the extra toasty flavour didn't do too much to damage it. :)
Here is the recipe I made:
3c oats; 1/2 c bran;
1/2 c ground flax (I ground flax seeds in coffee grinder),
1/2 c sunflower seeds,
1/2 c chopped almonds (don't use the coffee grinder - turns to a flour, try a food processor or blender and pulse, watching closely)
2 tsp cinnamon (I will use more next time)
1 tsp cloves (I will use more next time)
1 tsp ginger (I will use more next time)
1/2 tsp coffee (for mocha flavour)
1 tblsp cocoa powder (for antioxidants, and flavour if you like it)
1/4 c brown sugar (I almost didn't put this in, and I actually could have had more, trying to be careful of this kinda stuff in my diet tho...)
1/8 c honey
1/8 c agave
1 tblsp vanilla
1/3c almond milk
1tsp salt (I know, it's not wet)
2 tblsp butter
Fruit suggestions (use about a cup total):
I only used about 1/2 c raisins - sugar...
Simmer wet ingredients for a few minutes, then mix with dry until all coated
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F; Bake for about 45 minutes, stirring every 15 minutes til well toasted in a cookie sheet. I put a sheet of parchment paper on it and I was glad I did, it barely all fit and made it easier to stir.
Remove and cool, stir occasionally (I forgot, it survived)
Add fruit, store in air tight containers.
Let me know if you tried it and how you like it! I'm going to use some when I make my dog food - for the first time - after I am positive the ingredients won't hurt him. I set some aside for him before I put the raisins in because I know they shouldn't have grapes. Will post when I make the dog food, with or without the granola...
Happy trails to you! :)