With actors and actresses out of work for the time being due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebrities like Katherine Schwarzenegger have taken to social media to entertain and share their favorite recipes with a cooking video. Recently, Katherine Schwarzenegger and author Jocelyn Delk Adams partnered with Rubbermaid to share a few recipes on Instagram, including the same homemade granola she served at her wedding. Yes, you can make the same granola husband Chris Pratt, father Arnold Schwarzenegger, and mother Maria Shriver enjoyed on their special day.
Watch Katherine Schwarzenegger's Cooking Video And Learn How to Make Granola
Simple and quick to make, the granola features oats, dried cherries, almonds, maple syrup, olive oil, cinnamon, brown sugar, salt, and shredded coconut. The ingredients are mixed together then baked on a baking sheet in a 300F oven for 30 to 40 minutes, removing from the oven 2-3 times during cooking to toss the mixture.
Most notably during the video is Schwarzenegger's glow and smile. Schwarzenegger and actor husband Chriss Pratt, of Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy fame, are expecting their first child in the fall.
In a recent interview with ET Schwarzenegger shared, that her quarantine baking skills have been getting better during the covid-19 pandemic. "I've been baking a lot, and I would say my husband's been cooking a lot. I've been baking this granola, which I get the most requests from my family to make,' she said. 'I would say a huge amount of our time is definitely spent in the kitchen."
Earlier this year, Schwarzenegger shared a baking tutorial on her Instagram story showing how to make strawberry shortcake and banana bread. During her baking video, Chris Pratt hilariously announces that he is playing a golf game in the living room. Throughout the video, the Guardians of the Galaxy star can be heard swinging a golf club and commenting on his game in their Los Angeles home. At the end of the video, he tries Katherine's banana bread and comments how good it is.
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