If there is one thing I love to do, it is sticking it to the corporate America “man” by figuring out how to make their products myself at home. I’ve dyed my own yarn, sewn my own clothes, but my primary talent at replicated mass-produced goods seems to be in the kitchen.
Todd loves granola. But I don’t love for him to eat it. It’s expensive, high in fat and calories and something about buying prepared cereal makes me feel like I’m contributing to Satan’s control of my pocketbook, heart and mind.
So, I set out on a journey to make a low fat, nutritious and homemade granola for my baby. Rarely have I made anything that delighted me as much. I’ve been so pleased with it that it’s become my favorite gift to give friends. I’ll be out today at Craft Sabbath at the Main Library from 1 to 5 p.m. with samples and tasty treats for sale. I’ll also have vintage gifts for mom.