These Banana Granola Bites are perfect for a quick breakfast or an easy snack!
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Some people are morning people. They can hop out of bed and jump right into their day. They’re bright-eyed, cheery and ready to tackle the day right from the start.
I, however, am not one of those people.
I’m not bright eyed. I’m definitely not cheery. And, I need at least two cups of coffee before I’m ready to even think about what the day has in store.
So it’s no surprise that when it comes to breakfast I like to keep things simple and, more importantly, easy.
These Banana Granola Bites are one of my favorite easy breakfast treats. There are only a few simple ingredients and they come together really quickly when you use the trick I share in the recipe.
What could be better than bananas coated in peanut butter and topped with your favorite granola? Oh yeah, drizzling the entire thing with honey!
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Banana Granola Bites
- 1 banana
- 1/4 cup peanut butter
- 1/2 cup granola
- 1 teaspoon honey
- Slice banana into 6 equal pieces.
- Place peanut butter into microwave safe bowl; microwave on high for 15 seconds or until peanut butter thins out.
- Dip each banana section into melted peanut butter making sure to coat all sides; set on waxed paper.
- Add granola to banana slices making sure to lightly press the granola into the peanut butter.
- Refrigerate for 10 minutes.
- Drizzle banana bites with honey.
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