How to make AIP Tigernut Granola (Easy Recipe)


Tigernut Granola (AIP): Your New Favorite Healthy Meal

Tigernut Granola is a great snack for those who love granolas but can’t usually enjoy it because they have dietary restrictions or other allergies. This specific recipe is tailored to an AIP diet and can be enjoyed by almost anyone!

What is AIP? AIP stands for autoimmune protocol, a diet typically recommended for (and followed by) those with autoimmune disorders. This diet is similar to the Paleo diet and is often considered a more strict version, as many (but not all) of the safe foods and ingredients in the Paleo diet are okay for AIP.

Why is this Tigernut Granola recipe good for AIP? Tigernuts are AIP (and Paleo) approved–they’re not actually a nut, are naturally gluten free, and contain no grains and no preservatives! The ingredients in this recipe are all AIP compliant, including Natureul Tigernut Spread in Classic flavor. An important note: in most cases you can swap out the two flavors of Tigernut Spread interchangeably, but because this recipe follows a specific diet, you have to stick with the Classic flavor. The Aromatic Carob flavor is not AIP compliant because it contains sunflower lecithin.

Adhering to AIP standards doesn’t mean you have to miss out on delicious treats! You can dress up this vegan tigernut-based granola by using dried fruit to add texture and more complex flavors. You can use any AIP-approved fruit like apples, bananas, blueberries, cherries, coconut, cranberries, dates, figs, peaches, pears, papaya, raspberries, and strawberries, just to name a few. You can add as many of these fruits in any combination that you like to create the ultimate granola, and top the whole thing with flakey salt for added crunch and a naturally satisfying sweet-and-salty flavor.

Because of the natural subtle sweetness of the tigernut (and the added fruit), it may not be necessary to add a sweetening agent to this granola unless you prefer yours a little on the richer side. In that case, you can add ⅛ to ¼ cup maple syrup or honey, but keep away from processed sugars to ensure you stay AIP compliant. No matter what you choose, this organic AIP tigernut granola will be a snack you have on repeat all summer and beyond!


  • 2 cups chopped raw tigernuts
  • ½ cup Natureul Tigernut Spread in Classic flavor
  • ½ cup coconut chips (large or small flakes–your choice!)
  • ¼ cup coconut or avocado oil
  • ½-1 cup dried fruit of choice
  • ½ teaspoon flakey finishing salt
  • Optional: ⅛ to ¼ cup maple syrup or honey for additional sweetness

AIP Tigernut Granola Recipe

Makes eight ½ cup servings or sixteen ¼ cup servings

  1. Preheat the oven to 300℉ and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a microwave safe bowl, stir together the coconut oil, Tigernut Spread, and optional liquid sweetener. Microwave on high in 10 second intervals until melted and drippy. (Psst: you can skip the microwave if you start with melted coconut oil in the first place! Just stir in with the other liquids.)
  3. In a large bowl, combine the chopped tigernuts, dried fruit, and coconut chips. 
  4. Pour the entire contents of the liquid mixture over the dry ingredients. Fold and stir until everything is coated in a layer of the coconut oil and tigernut spread concoction.
  5. Spoon all of the ingredients onto the parchment paper-lined baking sheet and spread into an even layer.
  6. Bake for 20 minutes on one side and flip over with a spatula. Then bake for another 10-15 minutes until both sides are golden brown and crispy.
  7. Enjoy your tigernut spread!

Tips for your perfect Tigernut meal!

If you like this organic tigernut granola on its own, you’ll love it as part of a larger meal! Use your granola liberally to add a crispy texture to fruit bowls and dairy-free yogurt, AIP compliant porridge, or as a cereal substitute by dousing with plant-based milk for breakfast. You can use it to create AIP-friendly granola bars by adding a few binding ingredients, pressing in a tray, and cutting into bars or squares. Make dessert even better by using your granola as a topping! You can store extra in an airtight container for up to 3 months in the fridge.

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How to make Tigernut Granola Tripple Chocolate (Easy Recipe)


Tigernut Granola Tripple Chocolate Recipe

Calling all chocolate lovers! This vegan triple chocolate granola recipe is sure to be your new go-to sweet snack. We took our organic Choco and Banana Tigernut Granola and multiplied the chocolatey goodness with a drizzle of dark chocolate and a generous sprinkling of cacao nibs. This sweet vegan recipe couldn’t be easier or more delicious.

The main ingredient, Natureul Tigernut Granola, checks all the right boxes: it’s organic, gluten free, lactose free, and non GMO. It’s made from 100% natural ingredients and contains no artificial flavors, no added sugar, and no preservatives. Did we mention it’s super tasty? It’s a delightful snack when eaten on its own or it can be used to add spectacular crunch and earthy tigernut flavor to many recipes like this one.

Get ready for a super tasty Tripple Choco Tigernut Granola

How do you like to eat your granola? We suggest using this triple chocolate granola to bring richness to fruit plates and charcuterie boards, packed in gift goodie bags, tossed in with movie popcorn, or to top ice creams, yogurts, and smoothies with a bit of crunch. Of course, this dessert delicacy is perfectly grand when enjoyed by itself.

Want to turn it into travel-friendly bars? Double the amount of granola and cacao nibs, and triple the amount of chocolate and oil. Melt the chocolate and oil as directed in the instructions below and then stir all of the ingredients together instead of drizzling, then pack tightly into a deep baking pan, and finally chill until set before cutting into symmetrical bars.

Ingredients for Tigernut Granola Tripple Chocolate

Makes 8 ½ cup servings

Allergy information: This recipe contains coconut.

How to make Tigernut Granola Tripple Chocolate (Step by step Recipe)

  1. Roughly chop the dark chocolate and cacao nibs separately and set the cacao nibs aside.
  2. Spread the Tigernut Granola onto a large baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  3. In a microwave safe bowl combine the dark chocolate and the coconut oil, then microwave in ten second increments, stirring vigorously between each segment, until the mixture is completely melted and incorporated. If you do not wish to use a microwave, a double boiler is another great option for melting together. Stir constantly until the chocolate and oil have melted into one liquid.
  4. Allow the mixture to cool but not to set. It should still be warm when ready to use but not hot enough to melt plastic or burn your hands.
  5. While the chocolate is cooling, prepare a piping bag or sealable plastic bag by resting the tip or corner in the bottom of a tall glass and pulling the opening around the mouth of the glass.
  6. Spoon or ladle the melted chocolate mixture into the bag, taking care not to spill any on yourself (it could still be hot!).
  7. Cut the tip from the piping bag or the corner from the plastic bag. Keep the opening as small as possible while still allowing the chocolate to flow through — ⅛ of an inch should be enough, but feel free to trim more if the chocolate does not flow well. Be careful not to trim too much or the chocolate will flow in large ribbons and run out of the bag before you’ve finished using it.
  8. Starting in one corner of the pan, apply light, constant pressure to the bag and drizzle half of the chocolate from one edge to the other in a steady manner until you have coated the entire area of the granola in chocolate stripes. Gently set the bag back into the glass. The tip should be resting directly on the bottom to stop the flow of chocolate.
  9. Immediately after drizzling the chocolate, sprinkle half of the cacao nibs evenly over the granola so that it sticks to the drizzle.
  10. Cool for 5 minutes in the freezer until the drizzle is set.
  11. Once set, remove the pan from the freezer and flip the granola over using a spatula or a flat spoon.
  12. Repeat steps 8-10.
  13. Once all of the chocolate is set, you can start enjoying your triple chocolate granola right away!

How to store Tigernut Granola Tripple Chocolate

Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for up to 1 month.

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How to make Tigernut Yoghurt (Easy Recipe)


Tigernut Yoghurt Recipe

This raw vegan tigernut yoghurt bowl is quick, easy, and makes an enticing breakfast, brunch or afternoon snack! Our organic tigernut products elevate this aesthetically pleasing dish with no added sugar. This recipe (much like our Tigernut Kasha, Tigernut Granola, and Tigernut Spread) is gluten free, lactose free, and contains 100% plant-based ingredients! Natureul products are made with no preservatives and no artificial flavors — just wholesome tigernuts, fruits, spices, and seeds. They make a great addition to this robust vegan breakfast.

There is no cooking involved in the creation of this organic yoghurt bowl! The process couldn’t be simpler: mix your tigernut yoghurt, then layer fruits, granola, seeds, cacao and tigernut spread to create a nutrient-dense breakfast bursting with different textures, colors, and flavors. It’s easy to personalize and tailor to your specific dietary needs and appetite. For the yoghurt and kasha base, you can choose to add either Carob and Cinnamon or Crunchy Cacao, then pick your favorite flavors of our granola and spread for your toppings.

This recipe is also enjoyable for all ages! It’s very kid-friendly and you can make it even more exciting by cutting the fruits into fun shapes like stars and hearts, or by arranging the ingredients to create letters, spell words, create shapes or silly faces.

Quick, Easy and Tasty Tigernut yoghurt bowl

Not a fan of blueberries and bananas? No problem! You can substitute with any organic fruits you would like: any kind of berries, sliced strawberries, apples, peaches, nectarines, pears, and melons are all great options and would add lots of contrast to your yoghurt bowl. The same can be said for the seeds, hemp hearts and cacao. You can replace these with chopped nuts, greens powders, spirulina, non-dairy chocolate chips, or even other kinds of seeds.

Want to make this dish paleo? It’s easy. Omit the yoghurt, increase the amount of Tigernut Kasha to ½ cup and then add 7 fl oz of water. Stir until it forms a thick porridge, and then top with your fruits, seeds, cacao and drizzled spread as per usual.

Ingredients for the Tigernut Yoghurt

Single Serving

Choose the organic versions of all of these ingredients if possible!

How to make Tigernut Yoghurt - Step by Step

  1. Start by stirring the Tigernut Kasha into the yoghurt until combined to create a flavorful foundation.
  2. Add the tigernut yoghurt to the bowl you will be using to serve.
  3. Start layering the fruit in vertical or horizontal rows — banana slices should be laid single-file and partially overlapping from one side of the bowl to the other. The blueberries can be lined up in single rows or bunched together for thicker rows.
  4. Add the granola to either side of the rows of fruit you’ve created.
  5. Use the hemp hearts, seeds, and cacao nibs to fill in any empty spaces between the rows of granola and fruit.
  6. In a microwave-safe dish, melt the Tigernut Spread in the microwave for 5 seconds and stir to create a runny consistency.
  7. In a circular or zig-zag motion, drizzle the Tigernut Spread over the fruit, granola, cacao and seeds.
  8. Enjoy your beautiful raw vegan tigernut yoghurt bowl!

Storing the Tigernut Yoghurt correctly

This is a single serving bowl, but because of all the fiber from the fruits and seeds, you may find it rather filling. Just put the remainder in an airtight container and store overnight. The fruit may start to significantly change in texture and color if you store it for longer than two days, so eat up!

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