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Stove-Top Granola

So I realized that my last post, Mixed Berry Fruit Salad was the first one in almost a year! I’m playing catch-up and Stove-Top Granola is first on the list.

I have tons of drafts written up but my pregnancy really did a number on me. High risk pregnancy means many hours were spent going to and from doctors appointments. Weekly infusions and then recovery from said infusions. We had a great team of doctors though and Hazel was born a month early (planned due to our children’s genetic blood disorder) weighing in a 6lbs 14oz! Our whole family, especially Levi, is totally in love.

Image of baby surrounded by medicine bottles.

Last February, as a “babymoon” we took a vacation to Key West, Florida and the hotel there has the most delicious yogurt parfait! They mix greek yogurt with mascarpone and natural vanilla bean, then top it off with fresh fruit and homemade granola. We all really enjoyed it for breakfast every morning. Sooo, of course when we arrived home, I wanted to recreate it!

Coconut oil melting in a pan on the stove.
Raw rolled oats being poured into the pan with melted coconut oil.
A red spatula stirring the toasting rolled oats in a pan on the stove.
Toasted rolled oats in a pan on the stove.

For yogurt, I follow Frieda Loves Bread recipe HERE. Her recipe is a super simple and easy way to make yogurt in an InstantPot pressure cooker. I’m still working on the mascarpone/vanilla part of the yummy hotel yogurt so keep an eye out for that!

Toasted rolled oats spread out on a large baking dish to cool.
Melting butter, honey and brown sugar in a pan on the stove.
Oats and melted sugar mixture being combined in a pan on the stove.
Finished Stove-Top granola spread out on a large baking dish to cool.
Close up image of stove-top granola in a handmade green ceramic bowl.

Below is my Stove-Top Granola recipe! Use it to top off any yogurt and enjoy!

Close up photo of granola in a antique silver spoon.

Stove-Top Granola

SO easy and perfect for topping of yogurt parfaits or breakfast bowls.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Breakfast


  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 2 cups old fashioned rolled oats
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 2-3 tablespoons honey
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup dried fruit of your choice ((optional))
  • 1/2 cup sliced almonds ((optional) You can also use any other type of nut you would like as well! Pecans are great in this recipe!)


  • Heat the coconut oil in a large pan over medium-high heat.
  • Add oats then cook and stir until they start to brown and get crispy.
  • Remove the pan from heat and spread the oats out on a large cookie sheet to cool.
  • Melt the butter in the same pan the oats were in over medium heat.
  • Stirring constantly, add the brown sugar and honey. Cook for a few minutes (still stirring!).
  • When the mixture is bubbly, add the cooked oats to the pan. Keep stirring and cook for 3-5 minutes.
  • Pour the mixture out onto the cookie sheet and spread to cool.
  • When the granola has cooled, put it in an airtight container (I like to use a quart sized mason jar) and mix in any dried fruit or nuts.
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How to Store It:

Store the Granola in an airtight container. A mason jar is perfect for this. It should last about two week stored at room temperature or in the refrigerator.

It can be frozen in the same airtight container for even longer storage!

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