Box cereals proclaim they're good for kids because they're 'fortified', but this homemade soaked granola cereal is much healthier - and cheaper too!
Our dehydrator doesn't say what temperature is best for granola or grains so we turn it to about 115 degrees. It usually takes about 2 days to dry completely. Once it’s dry, remove what’s left (we can’t stop nibbling as it’s drying – the house smells terrific!) and add any nuts or fruit you’d like.
If you are using a dehydrator, I've found it's better to scoop a spoonful (or a handful) and plop/sprinkle small heaps of the wet granola onto the dehydrator trays rather than spreading it with your hands or a spatula. It will squish between the holes in the tray and make it more difficult to remove and clean.
Soaked Granola Cereal - https://wholeintentions.com/soaked-granola-cereal/