It’s a customizable, low sugar granola that’s subtly sweet and crunchy enough for breakfast or to have as a snack.
This ice cream combo is unique, but perfectly paired. Floral cardamom-honey ice cream tastes amazing with roasted plums and salty, pistachio granola.
If you love peanut butter, you will adore this easy skillet granola made without being baked, coated in peanut butter and studded with chocolate chips.
Surprise Mom with fluffy strawberry preserve pancakes served with crunchy granola.
This may be the only recipe for no-bake granola bars you’ll ever need. It’s easy, delicious and packed with nutrients and flavor for when you’re on the go.
Grab this as you head out the door in the morning, or have as a snack when you need some extra energy. This salted peanut granola is a great topping to yogurt too.
Basic Homemade Granola. Made with Old-Fashioned oats, brown sugar, maple syrup, oil, vanilla extract and pinch of salt. Great for breakfast or snack!
Granola is very popular breakfast and snack food which is also super easy to make. In fact, making homemade granola is healthier and tastier than store-bought version. In addition to a healthy breakfast and snack option, granola is very popular food choice to carry on treks/trails and camping since it’s so lightweight yet nutritious and filling.
Make an on-the-go snack in just six ingredients and without turning on your oven. These hike-ready granola bars are sweet, salty, and loaded with peanut flavors.
In the spirit of snacking on the go, we’ve rounded up favorite granola bars to make on your own.
Filled with healthful oats, whole wheat flour, peanut and honey, this granola forms into perfect crunchy chunks that tastes like a peanut butter cookie. Serve at breakfast with Greek yogurt for a sweet start to the day.
Comforting banana bread muffins with a crunch of granola hidden inside and scattered on top. A fun treat anytime of the day.
Make your own granola with delicious spices, seeds, and nuts. Perfect as a morning meal, with yogurt, or even as a topping to ice cream.
A dense banana bread perfect for toasting and with a delicious addition of granola mixed into the batter.
A delicious blend of brown butter soaked oats, almonds, rich white chocolate chips, and tart dried cranberries.
Loaded with peanut butter, dried fruit, and nuts, these granola bars can be thrown together in a jiffy and then left to set in the fridge for a later snack.
Quinoa is great for making crunchy granola. Get your morning in gear with added pumpkin, sunflower seeds and warm spices. Try it on desserts, too.
Could chocolate for breakfast be healthy? The benefits related to eating chocolate come from cocoa, especially raw cocoa in its pure form.
This Middle Eastern themed granola with pomegranate pears is arguably (but justifiably) the best granola you’ll ever eat. Seriously. It’s that good.
With a beautiful golden hue and burst of red from goji berries, this granola is pleasing to all senses.
Granola is loaded with fiber, protein, healthy fats and essential vitamins and minerals. The aroma of nutmeg completes this granola and adds warmth to each spoon.
Fresh cherries add a fruity tartness to this moist and chewy granola that’s shaped into balls for a twist on the usual bars.
You already know that granola is the perfect customizable grab-and-go breakfast, let this stovetop recipe cut down on the cook time.
Made using almonds, walnuts, cashews, and pumpkin seeds, this granola is grain free and totally unique.
This vegan, gluten-free granola is not super sweet but it is nutty and crunchy and totally flavorful.
The apricots and prunes in this granola can be replaced with any dried fruit of your choice.
These homemade granola cookies are a healthier alternative to store-bought granola bars and work as a replacement for a more indulgent dessert.
Eat it with yoghurt or ice cream, drizzle with honey or maple syrup, or just grab a handful and go – granola is the perfect versatile snack.
This summery power granola helps you start and finish your day strong, while helping you end it on a relaxing, rewarding note.
The perfect snack – enjoy this awesome granola bars recipe from Katherine Sacks.
This is really a basic granola recipe. Nothing too fancy. Nothing too “scary” for the kids. Just 3 main ingredients and some flavor.
You can eat it plain, use it in baked desserts (like fruit crisps), or sprinkle it over yogurt, ice cream, pancakes, breads or even salads.
In this granola recipe, the crunch comes from seeds, rather than nuts, and coconut chips.
Crunchy and hearty homemade granola.
A granola bowl that brings the flavors of winter with a fresh crunch. The key: use what’s in season!
Granola gets a taste of fall in this pumpkin-spiced version.
This isn’t a true “crumble”, but in a pinch, it is a comforting, savory – and healthy – dessert.
A flaxseed and coconut granola that is sure to whet your appetite anytime.
This crisp and fragrant granola is easy to make and impossible to resist.
Chewy granola bars are an incredibly easy recipe that can serve as a tasty breakfast or snack.
This delicious granola, ideal for breakfast, or as a snack, will be the last granola recipe you will ever need.
Mediterranean flavours for sumptuous layers of goodness in a granola yogurt parfait.
This is a low and slow recipe. Hazelnuts are notoriously easy to burn so this granola is one you have to carefully watch over.
A versatile granola recipe that can be eaten for breakfast, as a snack or baked on top fruit for a quick and easy dessert.
Not only will these bars keep you charged up, they’re fun, easy to make, and you know exactly what goes into them.
Making your own granola is something Honest Cooking applauds. Healthier, tastier and a lot more fun than store bought versions.
Laura Davis with a recipe for homemade granola that will ensure you get your day started just right.