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"This is has now become my official granola recipe. I've made it several times and modified it in many ways, but the base is great (though may need a bit more "sauce," I never use the banana slices, and I grind about 95% of the flax seed). I've used sliced, slivered, even cinnamon almonds. I often use raisins, apricots, and crasins for color appeal. I always double the recipe and end up giving lots away as family and friends have come to expect a jar each time I make it. Provided you have enough "sauce" to hold things together, the size of your clusters will depend on how much you spread the granola on the pans to bake. Finally, I cool on the counter on wax paper and spirnkle a few tablespoons of brown sugar over it as it cools to give it a little more sweetness since I normally eat this in plain nonfat yogurt. If you use it in sweetened yogurt, it's probably sweet enough. Hope everyone enjoys this as much as I do!"