If your coconut oil is hard, set it in an ovenproof container in your preheating oven for a minute or two.
Combine oats, seeds, coconut, and nuts. Stir in melted coconut oil to coat.
Bake in a large roasting pan or other large pan with sides for 30 minutes, stirring every 10.
Remove from oven. Stir in honey, raisins, and cranberries.
If you like clumps in your granola, allow it to cool completely without stirring it. If you don't want clumps, stir it occasionally as it cools.
You can easily customize this recipe by swapping ingredients as long as you keep the total quantities the same. For example, replace the almonds with an equal amount of other nuts, some or all of the sesame and sunflower seeds with other seeds, or the honey with maple syrup.
You can easily double this recipe, as I often do. Click on the number of servings, change it, and the amounts of ingredients will change accordingly!
Don't put the granola away until it has become completely cooled, or it will form a hard mass and could become soggy.
Store your granola in an airtight container at room temperature. Don't refrigerate it, or it could become soggy.