Coffee & Cacao Maple Granola Clusters
This granola contains coffee beans, which will get you up and buzzing along. The coffee beans need to be blitzed in the blender until coarse but fairly small; don’t leave them too big as they are very crunchy. I love granola and make lots of versions depending on what I have to hand or how I feel. If I’m on the run and have to take breakfast with me, then granola is my go-to. To make it easy to transport, I put some yoghurt in a carry cup or container and add my favourite chopped fruit. I then cut a disc of baking paper, place it on top of the yoghurt and then put the granola on top of the paper; this ensures the granola doesn’t go soggy. At my destination I remove the lid, discard the paper and am one spoon away from a delicious breakfast.
Recipe courtesy of Chefs Eat Breakfast Too by Darren Purchese (Hardie Grant, £12.99) Photography: Ari Hatzis & Elisa Watson
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