Use Up Leftover Fruit Pulp For A Sweet Burst Of Flavor In Granola

Making homemade fruit juice is not only delicious but also healthier than store-bought versions. Instead of wasting the leftover fruit pulp, it can be used to make a batch of granola. By mixing the granola with the fruit pulp, the sweetness and nutrients from the fruits are spread throughout the mixture. Various combinations of fruit pulps can be used to create different flavors of granola. For example, coconut pulp can be mixed with orange, pineapple, and mango pulp to create a tropical taste. Juicing berries can result in pulp that can be used to make granola bars with toasted quinoa and slivered almonds. Autumnal fruits like apples, grapes, cranberries, and pears can be juiced and their pulp can be used to make spiced granola with cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and ground cloves. This fruity granola can be enjoyed as a topping for fall fruit and cocoa overnight oats.