Well, this isn't rocket science or anything and probably somebody has already thought this up! But if not, enjoy! We were trying the whole gluten free thing hoping it might have a positive effect on the behavior of one child who will remain unnamed, however, we have failed miserably in our attempts to stay at it! But, this was one good thing that came out of it: good with yogurt and even over salads and just by itself. It's so simple to make: toast (separately) and mix together whichever of the following sounds good to you: pepita seeds (Never had them? They're the green seed from inside a pumpkin seed--super healthy and tasty!), sunflower seeds, flax seed (ground), coconut (everything I find here is finely ground hence why my mix looks a little funny), sesame seed. After it cools, add some dried cranberries, raisins, dried cherries, any dried fruit. And, of course, I always add a bit of chopped up dark chocolate --hey, it's a health food! Some things that might help: the pepitas toasted really quickly for me, so watch them; a little oil and salt before toasting is tasty; if you won't eat it quickly, add the flax as you go because it goes rancid quickly (how quickly? not sure, but it gets eaten fast in our house!); without the dried fruit, ground up in a coffee grinder and mixed with yogurt, this is a super health baby food. Roasting may or may not be intuitive for you, but I just throw my seeds in a large roasting pan, drizzle some oil, salt generously and try to get everything in as thin a layer in the pan as I can. Pop in an approximately 400 deg. F oven and then just watch them closely because it doesn't take long. I don't oil the coconut, sesame and flax. Enjoy!