Healthy Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters (+ Video!)
These Healthy Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters are bite-sized flavor bombs that won’t crumble and fall apart like regular granola. So enjoy your granola, MESS FREE! I love this suuuper easy recipe because it’s no bake, sugar free, high protein, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan. Plus, it has ZERO added sugar and more protein and fiber than storebought granola!
I repeat… CHOCOLATE. COCONUT. GRANOLA. CLUSTERS.
These clusters are everything you need in life. They’re sweet, they’re chocolatey, they’re satisfying, and best of all, they’re delicious AND healthy at the same time!!
Granola is awesome and everything but whenever I eat it, those darned oats seem to find their way to my chair, my floor, my clothes, my purse… it just crumbles all over the place and I hate it. That’s why granola clusters reign supreme. Bite-sized treats that stay together rather then fall through your fingers are just the way to go.
Instead of using honey, egg whites, and whey, I made this recipe sugar free, high protein, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan! Instead of honey, this is sweetened with stevia. Instead of egg whites, I used coconut butter. Instead of whey, I used vegan protein powder and coconut milk.
These Healthy Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters are the best finger food. And unlike typical granola recipes, this one’s no-bake. So no need to tend to some toasting granola in the oven for an hour or two.
Holy lawd in heaven. These Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters!! Great for breakfast, but really now, I could eat this shizz all day. Seriously guys. THIS IS THE BOMB AND YOU NEED IT ASAP!!
Healthy Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Fat per serving: 9.5
Calories per serving: 170
- In a large bowl, whisk together the coconut butter and coconut milk. Whisk in the stevia and salt.
- Whisk in the protein powder and cocoa powder.
- Fold in the oats. Pour mixture onto a cookie sheet and press it down. Refrigerate uncovered for 3+ hours.
- Break apart the granola, portion into baggies, and store in the freezer (you can eat it straight from the freezer!)
Watch me make these Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters on camera!
Here is the recipe’s nutrition label:
These Healthy Chocolate Coconut Granola Clusters are nutritionally balanced with healthy fats, complex carbs, filling fiber, no added sugar, and complete protein… basically the epitome of a perfect breakfast 🙂
Hmmm don’t mind if I do! *grabs huge handful of granola*
With love and good eats,