Chocolate Granola Butter

introducing: your new favorite spread

made without gluten & dairy, this is also entirely plant based!

As someone who consumes A LOT of nut butter, it can get old sometimes. I’ve been wanting a new toast topping and thought I’d make my own granola butter!

This recipe is super easy and only uses three ingredients. You can use any brand of granola that works for you. As pictured, I used NutHouse! Granola Co. which was recently gifted to me. This granola worked sooo well because of its combination of gluten free oats, nuts and natural sugars.

You will need a food processor or high speed blender for this recipe. This is a great topping for toast, rice cakes, waffles and more! I also think it’d be amazinggg warmed on top of some dairy free ice cream *insert drooling emoji here*. Let me know in the comments what you try it on!

Edit: I received a great question on whether all ingredients of granola should be put in mixture (like raisins, etc.) and the answer is yes! The varying flavors are what makes this so great 🙂

The following recipe makes about 8 servings:

  • 1 cup granola
  • 1/8 cup melted chocolate
  • 1 tsp coconut oil

Add granola to food processor (or high speed blender) and grind for 2-3 minutes until broken down. Then add melted chocolate and coconut oil and mix for 5-10 minutes until fully combined and creamy. This will be like the consistency of crunchy peanut butter, it will not be 100% smooth, but it spreads so well.

Store in in air tight container in room temperature for 3-5 days (it will harden in fridge!). Hope you love it!!

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