Whip It Up Wednesday: Homemade Granola

Happy Whip It Wednesday!  I am so excited to share this recipe with you.  To be honest, I had something else planned, but after making this yesterday, I thought it was too good to not share right away.  I’ll save the other one for another day.


My house has always been a big granola fan.  We eat a ton of greek yogurt and love adding fruit and granola to our yogurt, as well as even using as a salad topping.  Have you ever gotten the market salad at Chickfila?  That’s my favorite one and they always give you a small bag of granola as a topping.  It’s soooo yummy!  Try it on your next salad! I have just always bought the pre-made bags and have never made any myself.  After seeing how easy it actually is to make and tasting how DELICIOUS it is, I’m not sure I can ever buy it again.  Also, it is so versatile, so you can add or omit several ingredients.

And the good thing about this recipe is that it is considered a healthy granola!  I looked at a lot of recipes and lots of granola has brown sugar.  This one is sweetened with honey and vanilla and it is simply perfect!  I am adding the recipe in a PDF below for you to print.



I am planning to put some in small mason jars and take to friends I’m meeting for lunch today.  I think this would be such a cute Fall treat for teachers, neighbors, church small groups, etc.  It’s that good y’all!  This stuff can even be eaten by itself.  You don’t even need yogurt or a salad.

As always, let me know if you try it and what you think!  Thank you for being here and enjoy the little things like toasted, homemade granola soon.

Homemade Healthy Granola



3 thoughts on “Whip It Up Wednesday: Homemade Granola

  1. I’ve been using this same recipe (with one exception: my recipe calls for 1/2 c butter instead of oil) for years! This stuff is a staple at our house! I make a batch every Saturday morning and we eat on it all week. It’s so quick to throw together and sooooo good. 😋


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