Almond Butter Granola

Remember my peanut butter granola from last week?

Well, I morphed that recipe into another granola recipe today. Check this out!

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Almond butter granola!

And you know what? It was just as delicious as the peanut butter version. Coming from a serious peanut butter addict, that’s really sayin’ something!

Almond Butter Granola (Makes eight 1/4 c. servings)


  • 4 tbsp. almond butter
  • 4 tbsp. honey
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp. chia seeds
  • 2 c. oats


  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees and spray cookie sheet with cooking spray.
  • Combine almond butter and honey in a bowl and microwave until almond butter is slightly melted (about 30 seconds).
  • Stir almond butter and honey together.
  • Add cinnamon and vanilla to almond butter mixture.
  • Stir oats and chia seeds into almond butter mixture, completely coating oats in the mixture.
  • Spread oats onto cookie sheet and bake for eight minutes before tossing oats and baking for another eight minutes until granola is slightly brown.
  • Let cool until granola is crunch and enjoy!

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I made a double batch of this stuff this morning and since the first one is already gone, I obviously need to get this granola out of my house before I turn into an oat cluster.

That’s where you guys come in!

It’s giveaway time! Smile

I will be mailing one lucky reader a batch of this almond butter granola. Yum!

To enter this giveaway, simply comment on this post, telling me your favorite way to enjoy granola. (And straight up by the handful is an acceptable answer.)

I will randomly select a winner tomorrow morning.

Good luck!


  1. says

    Well, will you believe me if I tell you that I’ve never had granola?? I’m serious! I’m thinking I’d love it with yogurt+fruit, though, as that’s always a winning combination in my opinion. 😀


  2. Isa says

    I would love a batch of your granola! I like my granola on top of a mountain after a long day of hiking. It is the ultimate treat!


  3. Amy says

    Granola is yummy anytime, however, summer time us the best! I take one scoop of lowfat frozen yogurt, topped with granola, a few banana slices and a light drizzle of warm maple syrup….yum 😛


  4. Stephanie says

    I USED to eat granola in a “yogurt mess”, complete with some Chobani and some fresh fruit. However, I’ve recently discovered that I’m developing some lactose intolerance… so now I’m switched to just by the handful! 😀


  5. Lori says

    I love to eat granola anytime, anywhere usually with a spoon so I don’t drop a crumb! I sometimes eat it in the morning after my smoothie and before lunch and if I have a sweet craving , I’ll eat a bite to satisfy that at any time.


  6. Gabrielle Bennett says

    A slice of french toast with one side dipped in granola and then cooked. Gives the soft french toast a great crunchy texture!


  7. says

    I made this recipe last night and I absolutely love it! I just bought my first jar of almond butter a few weeks ago, and although I enjoyed trying something outside the box, I think I’m still a peanut butter girl at heart. However, I was happy to find a recipe where I could utilize the massive amount of almond butter I had sitting in my cabinet. Keep the recipes comin!


  8. Shannon says

    Hi! I found your post on Pinterest and wanted to try making this today. I just got back from the grocery store and realized that I accidentally bought steel cut oats. They’re obviously much smaller than regular whole oats. Do you think this will cause a problem? What kind of oats do you usually use? Quick oats? Thanks!


  9. Ariane says

    This was the easiest, yet most delicious granola I’ve ever ever ever made!! I used maple syrup instead of honey and it turned out perfect! Thanks a lot for the recipe! :)



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