Place all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and combine.
Wrap air fryer basket in foil and add the oatmeal mixture
Cook on 250 for 30 minutes stirring every ten minutes.
Remove granola and place on a sheet pan to dry.
Let dry for 30 minutes.
Storage: Granola should be stored in an airtight container. If you store the granola in the refrigerator, it can soften up. So, make sure to use an airtight container. Also keep it in a dark, cool place like the pantry.Freezer Friendly: Place your granola in a freezer bag or airtight container. You can store granola in the freezer for 3-6 months depending on the container you freeze it in. Then when you are ready to use, remove and leave out at room temperature. If when you take it out and it isn't 100% crispy, you can put it in the Air Fryer or oven for a bit to crisp back up a bit. For the Air Fryer, heat up to 250 again and heat up 5-7 minutes, stirring often. It may take even less if there is just a little moisture. If you seal the bag well, you should not have to do this though. Soggy Granola: If there is no mold or any sign of spoilage you can simply spread it out again and cook again. Whether you air fry or place it back in the oven, it will help to pull out excess moisture and crisp up the granola. Coconut Oil: It keeps it crispy and you doesn't really add any additional flavors. If you don't have any, you can substitute olive oil but it may give off a slight savory flavor.Granola Not Crispy After Cooking: There is still too much moisture in the oats and will continue to need to be cooked longer. Put it back in the fryer and keep cooking it and checking ever 3 minutes or so. Remember to stir. Measurements could be slightly off, air fryer could be slightly off calibrated, humidity is higher the day you are making it. A lot of factors come into play and you simply adapt and move on.