We’ve all been there: having a spontaneous urge to eat crunchy granola. Luckily we have the solution, because we transformed our banana bread into granola cups. This recipe is so easy to make, that every kitchen prince(ss) can whip these up. And not very unimportant; they taste really good!
BANANA BREAD GRANOLA CUPS
Remember all that hard work you used to put into making breakfast? That time is over! You really don’t need a lot of time to make this recipe and add that bit of je ne sais quoi to our delicious banana bread. Say ‘hello’ to those couple of extra minutes of you-time in the morning. And we say morning, but these banana bread granola cups are tasty any time of the day. As a snack, as a dessert or even eating them for dinner, we ain’t stopping you!
OUR CUP OF TEA
Banana bread with yogurt and a topping is delicious and healthy on its own. But sometimes you want something else, and we totally get that. That’s why we think that these granola cups are your cup of tea. The crispy granola cups give a crunchy bite to your breakfast. Fill them with your favorite topping and you have your own personalized cups! We filled them with chocolate, but you can also use yogurt or peanut butter. Or use all of these fillings, for those who cannot chose!
And for the fruitlovers, pairing these cups with a fruit compote is just delicious. Easy, quick and most of all a delicious topping.
THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED
– Half a SUNT banana bread
– 3 tbsp of coconut oil, melted
– 2 tbsp of gluten-free rolled oats
– 5 tbsp of honey/maple syrup/coconut sugar
– Muffin tin
– Your favorite topping
- Preheat the oven to 170 degrees Celsius.
- Crumble the banana bread into a large bowl. Add the coconut oil, rolled oats and honey and mix well.
- Grease a muffin tin with baking spray/butter/oil. Spoon the mixture evenly into the tin and press out at the edges to form a cup.
- Bake the cups for about 10 minutes until golden brown.
This is our basic recipe for delicious granola cups. Add your own favorite spices to the mix and maybe even some dried fruits! Mix it up!
Written by: Laura Hoogland