S’mores Granola

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This granola is both fun, delicious, and guaranteed to appeal to both kids and adults alike! The whole grain oats and low sugar content make this snack much healthier than a traditional high-sugar snack. Serve it with a high-protein Greek yogurt, and you have yourself a well balanced and tasty snack!

Method

The estimated total time to make this recipe is 45 minutes.

1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with foil or parchment paper. (If using foil, spray with non-stick cooking spray).

2

Mix all of the ingredients together in a medium sized bowl, (except for the marshmallows and chocolate chips) and stir until everything is well combined. Bake for 15 minutes, then remove from oven and stir to break granola apart. Return to the oven for another 15-20 minutes, or until granola is crisp.

3

Let cool completely, and add marshmallows and chocolate chips. Store in an air-tight container for up to 7 days.

Ingredients

2 1/2 cupOld fashioned oats
2 tbsButter, melted
1/4 cupBaking stevia OR 1/2 cup sweetener of choice that measures like sugar 1
1/8 cupHoney
1/4 cupMini chocolate chips
1/8 cupEgg white substitute
1 tspBaking powder
PinchSalt (or to taste)
1/2 cupChocolate graham cookies, crushed or broken into bite size pieces 1
1/2 cup Mini marshmallows

1 I used NuNaturals More Fiber Stevia Baking Blend. If using packets of stevia, I recommend using about 6-8, or adjust according to taste.

2 I used Annie's Organic Chocolate Bunny Cookies, but you could also use Chocolate Teddy Grahams

Katie's Tip!

Serve this granola with a high-protein Greek yogurt, and you have yourself a well balanced and tasty snack!

Nutrition Breakdown

1/2 cup Serving
140 Calories per Serving
5 g Fat
35 g Carbohydrate
5 g Fiber
6 g Sugar
4 g Protein
5 WWP+*

*Weight Watchers Points per serving

16 Comments

Jessica@AKitchenAddiction said:

S’mores for breakfast? Yum! Healthy s’mores for breakfast?! Perfect!

May 15th, 2012 — 9:45am  |  Reply

Jenny said:

Looks good but I’m confused about the 1 cup sugar substitute or 1/2 tsp of stevia. Is the 1 cup an error?

May 15th, 2012 — 9:52am  |  Reply

Dashing Dish said:

it is… i changed it thanks jenny!

May 15th, 2012 — 10:49am  | 

Kara @Nutritious-n-Delicious said:

I just wanna say that I love your sight for many reasons, but one of them is that you use more traditional foods that normal people have (ex. chocolate graham crackers and marshmallows) that are not necessarily “health” foods. There are so many definitions of health out there, but I believe the key to health is moderation. That being said putting things like chocolate chips, marshmallows, and chocolate grahams into a recipe and claiming that it is health is totally ok! The important thing to remember is to make sure you don’t over do the portion size and make sure you are getting enough of the important nutrients from other foods (like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein) throughout your day. Sorry for the mini venting session, but I am truely greatful for both your recipes and your story. You have really had an impact on my life! Thanks!

May 15th, 2012 — 2:38pm  |  Reply

Dashing Dish said:

amen kara! couldn’t agree more! :) it has to be realistic, and it’s all about moderation! :)

Thanks girl!!

May 15th, 2012 — 3:27pm  | 

Joann said:

Thank you so much for posting this recipe. I am going to be gifting these to so many of my family members for the summer :)

May 24th, 2012 — 5:17pm  |  Reply

Katie B. said:

Love your recipes. Huge fan of the site. I saw your comment you had changed the amount on sugar. Is the 3/4 c sugar substitute correct? It seems a little high for 1-2 tbsp. stevia.

Also your wrote mix all the ingredients together and then place in the oven, but do you add the marshmellows and chocolate chips after they come out of the oven?

Thanks!!!

May 31st, 2012 — 10:09pm  |  Reply

Dashing Dish said:

hi katie… i would use 1/2 cup sugar sub and see how it tastes to you…you can always add more when it just gets done baking :)

also, you are right.. add the marshmallows/chips after the granola is baked/cooled :)

June 1st, 2012 — 5:58am  | 

Brandi said:

I made this tonight. I added some cocoa powder because I was craving a little extra chocolate and it turned out great! I think the pb cookie granola is still my favorite but it is close, this is delicious!! Thanks for all your hard work making such indulgent snacks guilt free!!

June 4th, 2012 — 9:07pm  |  Reply

Kat said:

This might be a silly question, but what would be the difference in using egg white substitute or just a normal egg white? Could I use an egg white?

June 19th, 2012 — 9:50am  |  Reply

Michelle said:

I just made this and am enjoying it with some vanilla yogurt! it is wonderful!!

August 21st, 2012 — 4:54pm  |  Reply

lori bendett said:

WHite is egg white substitute? Enjoying your recipes and website very much!

September 19th, 2012 — 8:28pm  |  Reply

Kyo said:

I LOVE this recipe! I make it weekly, and it’s so yummy, plus I feel healthier for eating something that I made from scratch.

November 30th, 2012 — 10:35pm  |  Reply

Kate Lanham said:

can you use something else in place of the butter?

January 18th, 2013 — 9:19am  |  Reply

Dashing Dish said:

you could try applesauce

January 18th, 2013 — 10:53am  | 

natasa said:

S’more’s are perfect and you can eat them any time you want!!!!!!

July 1st, 2013 — 6:37pm  |  Reply

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