With just 3 net carbs per serving, you get your crunchy breakfasts back with this diabetic-friendly cinnamon nut granola!
If you’re diabetic, nuts necessarily become one of your biggest allies.
Peanuts. Almonds. Cashews. Walnuts. Pecans. Even coconuts.
Nuts as snacks.
Nuts as milk.
Nuts as flour.
Nuts as butter.
Nuts as oil.
Apparently, you can make almost anything out of nuts!
This recipe allows even us Type 1 diabetics to have granola for breakfast or as a crunchy snack. It stars, you guessed it, nuts!
But, the co-star deserves equal credit. I add a lot of cinnamon to my batches. It smells so amazing while it’s cooking and reminds me of so many happy memories when I am snacking on it.
Granola is great with almond milk, low-carb greek yogurt, or just for on-the-go yummy snacks (hence why I make my chunks quite large!).
So, let’s get down to whipping up a batch.