I use this recipe all the time, or at least the general idea of it. I always change the ingredients, just keep the same proportions.
I always sub out the butter for extra virgin coconut oil - and if you aren't aware of the benefits of coconut oil you really should look it up. Its great. :) I sub in things like chia seeds, hemp hearts, quinoa puffs, ground flax. Sub in organic agave nectar instead of sugar.
I use a baking sheet with a lip and line with parchment paper. A regular sized sheet will fit two batches nicely. I press the mix into the pan until firm and smooth. I bake until the top starts to turn golden and then when I take it out of the oven I slide the parchment and granola out of the pan and leave it to cool on the stove top (glass top) I find the key to getting good shape is to gently and quickly cut the granola while it sits warm and then leave it to cool completely before running the knife through again to cut them apart.
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I use this recipe all the time, or at least the general idea of it. I always change the...