Harvest Granana

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Let’s talk about the easiest breakfast of all time… the granana. 

For those of you who are scratching your head about missing something, don’t worry you didn’t.

A granana (noun) is a sliced banana smothered with nut butter, sprinkled with granola and drizzled with honey. 

Ever since discovering this delicious breakfast at a diner in PA, grananas have become a total staple in my kitchen, especially for mornings when I’m in a rush! 

While you can find the OG granana recipe here, the recipe that I’m sharing today is a fall variation complete with ingredients like pumpkin seed butter and maple syrup. If you want to get real fancy with it you could even opt to use pumpkin spice granola.

Happy fall! :) 

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Serves One
Time: 5 Minutes

1 large banana, peeled
1 tablespoon almond or pumpkin seed butter
2 tablespoons granola of choice
Maple syrup to drizzle

1. Peel a large banana and cut it in half lengthwise or leave whole. Spread the banana with nut or seed butter of choice (I used Pumpkin Seed Butter from 88acres

2. Sprinkle the banana with granola and finish with a maple syrup drizzle. 

Nutritional Information (per 1 serving)
300 calories, 13g fat, 40g carbs, 6g fiber, 19g sugar, 6g protein