Quick + Easy

Brace yourself for a crunchy explosion of banana bliss with this Banana Bread Granola! It’s like having a slice of warm banana bread in every delightful bite, but with an extra crunch that will leave you craving more.

Can you see all of the chopped pecans and banana bits floating in that picture above? That, my friends, is considered more valuable than gold in the One Sweet Appetite household.

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Simple Ingredients


Easy And Delicious

How long does homemade granola last? Homemade granola typically lasts for about 2 to 3 weeks when stored properly. To maximize its shelf life, it’s important to ensure that the granola is completely cooled before transferring it to an airtight container. This helps prevent moisture buildup, which can cause the granola to become stale or lose its crunchiness. Can I make granola without using oil? Yes, it is possible to make granola without using oil. While oil is commonly used in granola recipes to provide moisture and aid in achieving a crispy texture, there are alternative ingredients that can be used as substitutes. I have never tried these methods.


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Tasty + Filling

For this recipe I used my Vanilla Granola as a base and slightly altered it by adding some nuts, dried fruit, and banana. The outcome was fantastic and I honestly cannot wait to package some up to take when we introduce ourselves to the neighbors!

"We love snacking on homemade granola! This banana bread flavor is so good!"