Superpower Pecan Granola By GreenChef Judita

Lately, I've been gaga over mulberries and wanted to find a recipe I could incorporate them into.

What better way to use them than in a sweet and nutty high protein granola? Mulberries are kind of new to the superfood scene but have been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine as a tonic herb for the blood, liver, and kidneys. They’re high in vitamin C and contain resveratrol, the same cancer fighting antioxidant found in grapes and red wine. They have been used to help relieve fatigue, weakness, constipation, anemia, and in reversing gray hair.

If you can’t find mulberries in your area, feel free to substitute with your favorite dried fruit like raisins, cranberries, or goldenberries. I also included some other superfoods like goji berries, chia seeds, and hemp seeds, along with some high protein buckwheat and rolled oats.


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