• Serves 2
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients


A delicious and easy granola recipe using Pic’s crunchy peanut butter.

Ingredients (serves 2)

  • 2 cups oats
  • 1/2 cup Pic's Peanut Butter Crunchy
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup finely diced apple
  • Extras of choice e.g. seeds, whole toasted nuts, dried fruits


  1. Preheat oven to 180.
  2. In a mixing bowl combine the honey, peanut butter, vanilla and cinnamon.
  3. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time until smooth.
  4. Add oats and apples, stir until they are coated well.
  5. Bake 10 minutes, stir, bake 5 more minutes.
  6. The mixture may seem soft when you remove it from the oven but it firms up as it cools.
  7. Alternate flavour: Love PB and Jelly? – omit the apples and stir in 1/3 cup of good quality jam to the honey mix.

  • Oh wow, this sounds absolutely delish.
    Thank you for sharing, it will be something new to try with the kids for brekkie.


  • yummy. So easy and sounds so yummy


  • Yes please, sounds like a great way to start the day


  • Love the sound of everything would be nice to try thanks the recipe


  • Oh gosh yeah I would love this for sure thank u


  • Will have to give these a try


  • Thanks for the recipe. Peanut Butter is a winner for sure.


  • Mmm, wish I could make this, alas nut allergy in our home… I love nuts in food!


  • This sounds just so yummy, thank you.


  • Seriously? My husband will absolutely devour this mix. Thanks so much for sharing.


  • I absolutely HATE peanut butter, but it could be a very tasty snack for the grandchildren – provided they are allowed to eat nuts of course.


  • I’d never heard of Pig’s peanut butter before today and discovered them on Instagram earlier. Now I see this! It must be a sign that I need to try this brand of peanut butter. This granola looks amazing. I’ll be trying it for sure. Thanks for sharing!


  • I like the recipe, although I would use something else instead of honey as I don’t like to heat honey. Might be nice with mashed banana instead of honey and is directly a bit more healthy.

    • What happens to honey when heated?

      • Science confirms that heating or cooking honey does damage it, thereby eliminating many of its beneficial effects. This is alarming given that the vast majority of honey available in the grocery store has already been heated whether or not you decide to cook with it at home: a good reason to look for raw honey !
        The most obvious change to heated honey is a loss of enzymes and probiotics. Research puts the temperature at which damage occurs higher than Ayurveda. Heating honey to 40- 48°C or above is the point at which negative chemical changes begin to occur. Foods heated above this critical temperature, even if only for a very brief period, are said to be cooked, or more aptly put — dead. What is left of the honey is a liquid candy.
        Not only that, research suggests the the rise of hydroxymethyl furfuraldehyde (HMF) when honey is heated and the potential toxicity and carcinogenicity of HMF in humans.
        The most telling evidence that we should think twice before cooking honey or consuming it after it has been heated comes from beekeepers themselves. It is known that honey is the winter food for bees, so consumption of it within the hive is a normal and natural occurrence in nature. However, beekeepers who have heated raw honey and then given it back to their bees as food have observed that this practice can be deadly.


  • oh wow i have always wnated to try this! sounds really yum!


  • I love homemade granola, can’t live without lol !


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