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12 Incredible Ways to Make Your Own Granola!

12 Terrific Recipes for Homemade Granola

Here at our house, we always try to have a big batch of homemade granola on hand. It’s the perfect thing to reach for when you need a fast and healthy breakfast, an after school treat, or a snack on the go. There are a lot of ways to make your own granola, and we’ve put together a helpful round-up of everything from classic recipes to homemade bars to nut-free granola snacks.


  • Maple Pumpkin Pie Granola 1 of 12
    Maple Pumpkin Pie Granola
    Looking for a cozy breakfast for a frosty morning? Try this maple pumpkin pie granola, filled with all the flavors you crave when it's freezing out there.
    Make maple pumpkin pie granola
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Chunky Peanut Butter Granola 2 of 12
    Chunky Peanut Butter Granola
    Because the peanut butter really helps it hang together, this granola is fantastic for eating by the handful as a snack.
    Make chunky peanut butter granola
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Nut-Free Granola Bars 3 of 12
    Nut-Free Granola Bars
    For families with a nut allergy, it can be nearly impossible to find a granola that you can eat. If that's the case for you, try making your own. It's surprisingly easy.
    Make easy nut-free granola bars
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Nutella Granola 4 of 12
    Nutella Granola
    Nutella gives this granola a chocolaty hazelnut flavor that transforms your favorite snack into a sweet treat.
    Make nutella granola
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Spiced Granola 5 of 12
    Spiced Granola
    Ginger, cinnamon, and cardamom create a distinctly homey feel, making this a granola a very comforting breakfast.
    Make chunky peanut butter granola
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Granola with Dried Fruit 6 of 12
    Granola with Dried Fruit
    If you've never made your own granola before, this basic recipe is a wonderful one to start with.
    Make granola with dried fruit
    Image: Angie McGowan
  • Ginger Granola Bars 7 of 12
    Ginger Granola Bars
    Ginger provides a fabulous jolt of spiciness to a treat that's already salty sweet.
    Make ginger granola bars
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Olive Oil Granola 8 of 12
    Olive Oil Granola
    Olive oil, oats, and nuts give this homemade granola a healthy balance of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.
    Make olive oil granola
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Summertime Trail Mix 9 of 12
    Summertime Trail Mix
    Summertime trail mix is a perfect treat for a sunny day (or a day you're wishing was sunny).
    Make summertime trail mix
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Granola Grabbers 10 of 12
    Granola Grabbers
    Granola grabbers are half cookie, half granola bar, and all delicious.
    Make granola grabbers
    Image: Kelsey Banfield
  • White Chocolate and Cherry Granola 11 of 12
    White Chocolate and Cherry Granola
    White chocolate and cherry make this a granola for special occasions.
    Make white chocolate and cherry granola
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • White House Fruit and Oat Bars 12 of 12
    White House Fruit and Oat Bars
    Granola bars are a fun and delicious snack perfect for when you or your kids need something you can grab before running out the door. Many store-bought brands are loaded with corn syrup or sugar, but these homemade bars have a balance of sugar and fruit, making them a much healthier option.
    Make White House fruit and oat bars
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal

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