Honey Nut Granola

Honey Nut Granola

Elevate your breakfast game with Honey Nut Granola! Enjoy it as cereal or as a snack with yogurt and fruit. This homemade treat combines the sweetness of honey with nuts and oats for a delightful flavor. Make it ahead and store in containers for a boost of deliciousness whenever you need it. Treat your taste buds to crunchy, bite-sized clusters bursting with flavor!

Honey drizzling into a bowl of oats and seeds


Benefits of Eating Honey Nut Granola for Breakfast

Start your day right with a balanced and nutrient-packed breakfast. Honey nut granola is a delicious and healthy choice. Here's why you should include it in your morning routine.

High in Fiber

Boost your digestive system's efficiency, support a healthy gut, and regulate cholesterol and blood sugar with honey nut granola. Packed with whole grains like oats, nuts, and seeds, this fiber-rich treat is also ideal for maintaining a healthy weight.

Energy Boost

Start your day right with honey nut granola! Packed with energizing carbohydrates and protein, it provides the quick pick-me-up you need in the morning. Plus, the healthy nuts like almonds and walnuts offer essential brain-boosting omega-3s.


Honey nut granola is a nutritious and convenient breakfast option. It's easy to make and can be combined with fresh fruit, yogurt, or milk for a complete meal. You can even pack it in a mason jar or small container for on-the-go munching.


Honey nut granola isn't just for breakfast. Use it as a topping for smoothie bowls, oatmeal, or as a snack. Make it your go-to ingredient for a healthy and flavorful meal choice.


Honey nut granola is incredibly versatile - not only in taste, but also in customization. While most recipes use honey or maple syrup for sweetness, you can opt for healthier alternatives like stevia, monk fruit, or dates. Get creative and add coconut flakes, dried fruits, or chocolate chips to make it uniquely yours.

Honey Nut Granola Tips

Get a dehydrator! Eastern Shore Honey Nut Granola is simple to make and stays fresh for weeks. It's versatile too - use it to dry flowers, fruits, and herbs for salads, candy-making, or recipes.

Raw Food Diet

Try the raw food diet - it's all about eating raw, unprocessed foods. No heating above 118°F, no refining, pasteurizing, or pesticides. Just pure, goodness for your health. Enjoy this raw honey nut granola straight from the bag or with homemade almond milk or your favorite nut milk.

When you use a dehydrator for cooking, the food doesn't exceed 118°F. If you lack space or prefer not to invest in a free-standing dehydrator, try alternative techniques. Dehydrated food is considered "Raw," which is an exciting trend in cooking today.

This simple granola aims to please nut lovers everywhere; it's rich, nutty, sweet, and loaded with good fat. When you eat enough good fats, it leads to satiety, and that means fewer cravings.

Granola Shopping List

For delicious meals, it's all about using high-quality ingredients. We strongly encourage using organic and fresh ingredients whenever possible. Here's what you need for this granola recipe:

  • Old Fashioned Rolled Oats
  • Raw Almonds
  • Raw Pumpkin Seeds
  • Ground Flax
  • Kosher salt
  • Ground Cinnamon and Ginger
  • Bee Inspired Honey
  • Coconut Sugar
  • Peanut Butter
  • Almond Butter
  • Coconut Oil
  • Dates
Raw honey nut granola in bale jar, lid open on grey fabric

Making Homemade Honey Nut Granola

First: Combine Dry Ingredients

Combine oats, nuts, seeds, flax, salt, cinnamon, and ginger in a large bowl.

Second: Combine Wet Ingredients

In a small saucepan, mix the honey and sugar. Bring to a light simmer over low heat, stirring constantly. Turn off the heat and stir in the nut butter and vanilla until smooth.

Third: Mix Dry and Wet Ingredients

Pour over the oat mixture, add oil, and stir thoroughly. You may need to use your hands.

Fourth: Dehydrate the Granola

Spread the oat mixture evenly on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 40 minutes, stirring twice while baking. Transfer to a large bowl and add the dates. Toss Well. Serve.

honey nut granola on table with fresh fruit and raw honey on linen tablecloth

Adapting this Recipe

A recipe isn't complete until you add your touch. Embrace your inner chef and get creative! Here are some ideas to change up this recipe:

  • Try adding some dehydrated ginger for a little kick.
  • Consider adding unsweetened raw shredded coconut before baking.
  • Dried banana or strawberry chips make a lovely addition (after baking).
  • Add 1/2 cup of chocolate chips.
  • For a taste of fall, add one tbsp. of orange rind and some ground cloves.
  • Feeling fruity? Throw 1/2 cup of dried cranberries or raisins.
  • Mix up the nuts, swap raw cashews with the almonds, but make sure to soak overnight to activate those enzymes.

More Granola Recipes

Try these other granola recipes from Bee Inspired. You'll love them! These No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars are outstanding. Perfect portable breakfast for the whole family.

This Chocolate Bark with Pistachio Granola makes for a lovely dessert. It's a chocolatey Granola surprise.

I love when breakfast can double for dessert! Try these honey nut balls first thing in the morning or after dinner!

Chocolate Pistachio Honey Granola Bars by Bee Inspired next to a spoon with pistachio seeds in it



Honey nut granola is a nutritious breakfast option that keeps you energized all day. Making homemade granola lets you control sugar and fat. With its health benefits, it's an excellent meal choice even when short on time. Incorporating healthy habits leads to a better quality of life. Enjoy the sweet life with honey nut granola. If you try our Honey Nut Granola recipe or create your own, share a picture with us on Instagram! We love seeing your photos!

Bee Inspired Honey Nut Granola Tall Pin