Granola Berry Cups

Granola Berry Cups

Ready to whip up something delicious, fun, and super easy? Granola Berry Cups are just the ticket! They're like a little breakfast party in a cup, and you're all invited!

Granola Berry Cups are a fantastic breakfast idea that kids and teens will absolutely love! They're not only fun and colorful but also packed with wholesome ingredients that provide a nutritious start to the day.

Whether it's a regular school morning that needs a cheerful kickstart or a special occasion like a sleepover, birthday breakfast, or a family brunch, these cups are versatile and sure to be a hit.

The best part? Kids can customize their own cups with different toppings, making breakfast an exciting and creative activity. They're just the right mix of yummy and healthy, and they definitely add a little sparkle to any morning or event! With the red, white and blue colors, they are also perfect for your 4th of July or patriotic celebration.

granola berry cups

Granola Berry Cups Recipe


granola berry cups ingredients
  • 1 ½ cups rolled oats - The base of our granola cups.
  • 1 ripe banana - This will sweeten our cups naturally.
  • 1 cup yogurt of your choice - Pick your favorite! Greek yogurt for protein, or maybe coconut for a vegan twist?
  • ¼ cup raw honey - For that perfect touch of sweetness.
  • Strawberries and blueberries - For topping. Fresh and fruity!


Mash It Up: In a medium bowl, smash that banana up until it's nice and smooth

Mix It In: Throw in the rolled oats and honey with your mashed banana and stir it all up until everything is cozy and well combined.

Shape It: Scoop the mixture into a muffin pan, dividing it evenly across 6 cups. Press the mixture against the sides and bottom to form a cute little cup shape.

baking granola cups

Chill Out: Pop the muffin tray into the freezer for about 30 minutes. This step helps the cups hold their shape.

Bake It: Crank up your oven to 350 degrees F (that's about 175 degrees C) and bake those cups for 30 minutes. They'll turn nice and golden.

Cool Down: Take them out of the oven and let them cool for about 10 minutes; this makes them easier to handle.

Fill 'Em Up: Spoon a dollop of yogurt into each cup and top with strawberries and blueberries. It's like a mini fruit salad in a granola cup!

granola berry cups

Variations to Try:

  • Chocolate Chip Granola Cups: Add a handful of mini chocolate chips to your granola mix before baking for a sweet twist.
  • Nutty Granola Cups: Stir in some chopped almonds or walnuts for an extra crunch.
  • Tropical Granola Cups: Top with diced mango and pineapple instead of berries for a tropical vibe.
  • Vegan Granola Cups: Use agave syrup instead of honey and top with dairy-free yogurt.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Can I make these gluten-free? Absolutely! Just swap out the regular rolled oats for gluten-free oats and you're all set.

  2. How long do Granola Berry Cups last? They're best enjoyed fresh, but you can store them in the fridge for up to 3 days. Just add the yogurt and berries right before serving.

  3. Can I use frozen berries? Sure thing! Just thaw them first to avoid extra moisture in your beautiful cups.

  4. Can these be made ahead of time? Yep! Prepare the granola cups and store them in an airtight container. Add the yogurt and fresh fruit when you're ready to serve.

Now that you've got all you need to know, it's time to have some fun in the kitchen. Whether it's a sunny morning treat or a cheerful addition to brunch, these Granola Berry Cups are sure to bring smiles all around. Enjoy making them, and even more, enjoy eating them!