It is a fair bet that when I am sent new products to review, I will, if at all possible, attempt to make muffins using said product. The Jordans Super Nutty Granola was no exception.
The granola is good stuff, crunchy, not too clumpy, and absolutely packed with enough nuts to delight several families of squirrels. I like Jordans as a brand, they use British oats which are “conservation grade” where the farmers are paid a premium to keep 10% of their land as nature friendly habitats.
Recipe: Nutty Granola Muffins
4 ½ oz plain flour
1 ½ oz sugar
4oz Nutty Granola – I used Jordans
1tsp baking powder
4oz milk (soy or dairy)
2oz sunflower oil
1 tsp honey
Dash vanilla essence
Some more granola
Whisk the oil, milk and honey mixture with a fork. Mix the dry ingredients. Add the wet ingredients to the dry and fold together (the batter should be lumpy and mixing should take no more than 15 folds). Dollop the mixture into your usual muffin pan, sprinkle each muffin with a little more granola. Bake at GM5/190C/375F for 20 – 25 mins until risen.
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Jordan’s Super Nutty Granola is available from Waitrose, Tesco and Asda stores nationwide at an RRP of £3.99
Thank you to Jordans for my review sample.