Melita Cinnamon Honey Granola

Melita Cinnamon Honey Granola

Melita Cinnamon Honey granola clusters or bars are a great back to school snack. Clusters are a delicious and healthy breakfast cereal, addition to yoghurt with berries, or eaten in handfuls straight from the jar! The granola bars are an easy lunchbox snack for the kids or when you are on the go.

Happy baking!

Serves 10
Time 60 mins


150g Rolled Oats
30g Soy Protein Puffs
6 Chia and Linseed Corn Thins, crushed
60g Dried Apple Slices, chopped
40g 50% Reduced Sugar Craisins
40g Dried Turkish Apricots
100g Egg Whites
80g Monk-fruit Sweetener, or any granulated sweetener of your choice
2tbs Melita Cinnamon Honey


Large Baking Tray
Parchment Paper



1. Preheat your oven to 150 degrees Celsius fan-forced, and line a large baking tray with parchment paper.
2. To a large mixing bowl, add the rolled oats, protein puffs and crushed chia and linseed corn thins. Chop up the dried apple slices, craisins and apricots into equal sizes, preferential to how you enjoy your fruit in muesli, add to the dry ingredients, and combine with a spoon.
3. Once combined, combine the monkfruit sweetener, and a sprinkle of cinnamon for a more intensified cinnamon taste. Pour in your egg whites and mix until an even consistency is formed. The mixture should be fully coated in the egg whites, which is what creates the clusters.
4. Pour the combined mixture into your lined baking sheet and press down firmly to create an even layer about 1.5cm thick. This will enable you to create granola bars with this recipe also!
5. Place the tray into the oven for approximately 30 minutes, or until golden brown on top. Remove carefully from the oven and allow to cool slightly before spreading a layer of the Melita cinnamon honey evenly across the top of the granola, and place back into the over for another 5 minutes to caramelise.
6. Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely before breaking up into clusters to the size your prefer. You can also slice it up into bars to create granola bars as another great back to school snack.


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