Easy Yummy Fruit Granola Biscuits

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Fruit Granola Biscuits. These cookies are an absolutely brilliant invention – you take a relatively "plain" cookie base and then throw in chunks of granola, nuts, dried fruit and coconut. It's one, big, cookie-sized hunk of granola that you can walk around and eat. Biscuits with no added suger, so very healthy and yummy!!

Fruit Granola Biscuits The base is similar to a chocolate chip cookie, but instead of mixing in chocolate chips, they are full of granola, dried fruit, nuts and white chocolate chips. In other words, a borderline absurd amount of mix-ins is the key to perfect Granola Cookies. A healthier take on one of our family favorites, the classic oatmeal raisin cookie, they share the great similarities, but ditch the high fat and sugar content. You can make Fruit Granola Biscuits using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you make that.

Ingredients of Fruit Granola Biscuits

  1. You need 120 g of flour.
  2. Prepare 100 g of fruit granola.
  3. It’s 70 g of Margarine.
  4. It’s 2 Tbsp of Honey.
  5. Prepare 2 Tbsp of Water.
  6. It’s 1 tsp of Baking soda.
  7. You need 1 tsp of Molasses to taste.

Pour onto the granola mixture, mix together and make into a small balls. Press half of the granola mix into the lined baking tin and then spread the fruit mix over the base. Once the granola slices are cooked remove from the oven and allow to cool completely. Melt the dark chocolate and drizzle over.

Fruit Granola Biscuits instructions

  1. Put flour and fruit granola into a bowl and mix them..
  2. Put the margarine, honey, water, baking soda and molasses into a small bowl and heat in the microwave for 30 seconds. Mix well. Pour onto the granola mixture, mix together and make into a small balls..
  3. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line an oven tray with parchment paper. Put the balls in the tray and flatten them to about 2mm thick with your hand, keeping a roughly circular shape. Bake for 10 to 15 min, then remove to a cooling rack..
  4. Note: I use sweet fruit granola, if yours is not sweet at all, add sugar or honey to taste..

Recipes like this one for granola breakfast cookies have become my saving grace. These are still cookies, there's no doubt about that. But they do have almost half the amount of butter and sugar as cookies normally do, and they are chalk full of great things like granola, coconut, nuts and dried fruit. I used granola that contained raisins and almonds which I think are a fabulous addition to these cookies. Feel free to use your favorite granola, but I would skip plain granola on these cookies since the additional ingredients make them so interesting.