Paleo Mulberry Granola

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This incredible Paleo Mulberry Granola recipe is grain-free and purely fruit-sweetened. This healthy breakfast recipe is super easy to make and can be whipped up in no time flat. All you need is 7 ingredients –walnuts, mulberries, dried apricots, dates, cinnamon, salt, and water.

Paleo Mulberry Granola is a fantastic breakfast paired with my dairy-free Almond Milk. Or, if you’re in a time crunch, serve it with a splash of coconut milk. Either way, we love to top it with fresh berries. This gluten-free granola also makes a wonderful paleo snack for children and adults. Sometimes I eat it after dinner for dessert. It’s that good!

Ingredients
Serves:
4cups
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Instructions
  1. Soak walnuts and salt in a bowl overnight
  2. Rinse walnuts, discarding soaking water
  3. Place dates and ½ cup water in food processor and pulse until a smooth paste forms
  4. Add walnuts, apricots, mulberries, and cinnamon and pulse until coarse, like granola
  5. Spread mixture over two baking sheets
  6. Bake at 250°F for 1-1½ hours, or until crispy
  7. Serve

This recipe for Paleo Mulberry Granola is based on a product I found in New York, manufactured by International Harvest. Their product was a bit too sweet for me, so I made my own version eliminating the agave they used in theirs. It’s quite sweet enough for me with the dried fruit in it. One great thing about this homemade granola is the wonderful cinnamon flavor, which accentuates the sweetness of the dried fruits, and can also control blood sugar, a win-win!

In addition to this Paleo Mulberry Granola, you’ll love my classic Paleo Granola recipe which is also gluten-free and grain-free!

Here are some of my other easy paleo breakfast recipes:

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30 responses to “Paleo Mulberry Granola”

  1. Does anyone have suggestions on nut substitutions? My family is allergic to walnuts, pistachios and cashews. Thanks!

  2. Hi there, I tried this recipe and I love it. Can you tell me how many calories are in a 1/2 cup? Thanks, Claudia

  3. I make mine with craisins, almonds, dates, (nut, dairy and gluten free dark choco chips) honey, almond butter,walnuts, shredded coconut and cinnamon

  4. I didn’t know you could eat mulberries. There are none available here. Any suggestions for substitutes?

    • Sue, I buy my dried mulberries online. If you click the green text in the ingredients portion of the recipe you will be taken to a page that provides more information on this ingredient.

  5. I don’t know what mulberries are — does anyone know of something else I could substitute that would give a comparable flavour and texture? Thanks.

    • Louise, you can order mulberries online. Just click the green text that says “mulberries” in the ingredients portion of the recipe for more info :-)

  6. Thanks so much for this recipe. I just got this out of the dehydrator and it is delicious! I am soaking my walnuts for my next batch. I don’t think it is going to last long here. I have been craving a GF, vegan granola. Yeah! Thanks for sharing all your wonderful discoveries with us. Such a blessing.

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