Tomato Granola Recipe made with heirloom tomatoes and a simple raspberry chia kombucha syrup. I used oat and honey granola because it compliments the tomatoes subtle flavor. This granola is the perfect breakfast or light lunch recipe.
This post is sponsored by Cascadian Farm and Annie’s Organic Products. All opinions are my own.
Have you tried granola with tomatoes?
Neither had I!
Now, I can say I tried tomato granola and it is sooo good!
I always wondered how to incorporate tomatoes into my cereal. It always seemed like an impossible task!
I am one of those few people who thinks tomatoes do belong in cereal!
But, who would want tomatoes in their cereal? I mean, I couldn’t be the only one who would love to have a tomato cereal, right?
Those who love cereal and those who love tomatoes would love to try this adventurous recipe. So, I felt an obligation to find a recipe for them!
Granola is the right denseness and texture to stand up to the tomato. It won’t get soggy, which is the best news ever!
So, I made a tomato granola bowl with yogurt and it turned out AMAZING!
What brings this recipe together is a kombucha flavored syrup!
So, will you try this granola recipe for breakfast tomorrow? Sound off in the comments below and let me know how it turned out.
What’s your favorite granola recipe?
Tomato Granola Recipe
- 1 Cup Oats and Honey Granola
- 4 Wedges Heirloom Tomatoes preferably the dark purple which are not too firm
- ½ Cup Cottage Cheese
- 3 Tbsp Pepitas unsalted or lightly salted
For the Kombucha Syrup
- 3 Tbsp Kombucha I used Raspberry Chia Flavored
- 1.5 tsp Agave
- 2 leaves Mint Optional
- In a bowl, add the mint leaves and crush gently until well it’s pulp
- Add the Kombucha and agave
- Mix well and set aside
- In a cereal bowl, add the cottage cheese on one side and layer the tomatoes
- Add the oat and honey granola on the other side
- Drizzle the kombucha syrup over the bowl and serve immediately
- Do not assemble the kombucha syrup until about 5 minutes before you use it. Kombucha is fermented and loses its power quickly when exposed to air.
- If you take this tomato granola recipe to work, wait till you are ready to eat before you assemble the syrup.