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!
Paleo Mulberry Granola
- 4 cups walnuts
- ½ teaspoon celtic sea salt
- ½ cup water
- 4 dates (remove pits)
- 5 dried apricots, chopped
- ½ cup dried mulberries
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Soak walnuts and salt in a bowl overnight
- Rinse walnuts, discarding soaking water
- Place dates and ½ cup water in food processor and pulse until a smooth paste forms
- Add walnuts, apricots, mulberries, and cinnamon and pulse until coarse, like granola
- Spread mixture over two baking sheets
- Bake at 250°F for 1-1½ hours, or until crispy
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:
Does anyone have suggestions on nut substitutions? My family is allergic to walnuts, pistachios and cashews. Thanks!
Aimee, here’s a link to my Nut-Free Recipes page for you:
Claudia Brown says
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
So glad to hear you loved this Claudia! For more on nutrition see this post:
Have a great day!
I make mine with craisins, almonds, dates, (nut, dairy and gluten free dark choco chips) honey, almond butter,walnuts, shredded coconut and cinnamon
Thanks Susie! That sounds delicious!
Sue Watson says
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.
Louise Baker says
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 :-)
Rebecca@ The Mummy Grapevine says
Tried this recipe out the other day – it’s delicious.
So glad you liked it Rebecca!
Meghan (Making Love In The Kitchen says
Love how it clusters up into little balls of goodness.
Thanks Meghan :-)
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.
sarah in the woods says
This looks WONDERFUL! I love that it doesn’t contain oatmeal, since I can’t eat even the gluten-free kind.