3/4 cups raisins or other dried fruit (I threw in some chopped apricots for a little tang)
You can easily double this recipe and use two baking sheets.
Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
On a baking sheet, add chopped nuts, coconut flakes and salt. [The nice thing about granola is you can adjust the proportions and ingredients to your liking. Usually I try to use enough nuts and flakes to almost cover the pan. You can add seeds, too, if you like! Sunflower seeds would be nice. I then add enough oats to completely cover the layer of nuts, etc. below.]
Heat oil and honey in a bowl in the microwave. (Tip: if you use the measuring cup to portion out the oil first, when you pour the honey in it will slip right out of the measurer into your bowl).
Pour oil/honey mixture over the entire pan and toss to coat evenly.
Spread mixture out evenly on baking sheet and put into the hot oven.
Cook 35-40 minutes, pulling out the pan every 10-15 minutes to toss the mixture for even browning. (Take it out when the mixture reaches an even golden brownness. Don’t worry if the oats still seem soft — they will crisp as they cool).
Allow to cool and stir in the raisins (or other dried fruit). Store in a sealed container for up to 2 weeks.