Last week I posted about Enjoy Life Allergy-Friendly Double Chocolate Crunch Granola (see post) and promised to share the recipe this week. I don’t like having too many sweet things lying around because I tend to eat it all myself so I made a smaller portion using our new oogaa bowl. The following recipe serves about 4-6 depending on how much you would like. It was so delicious, I definitely will make it again. It would be a perfect dessert or snack for a small play group. It is best to eat that day because the bananas will go bad. Try adding dried fruit too to the granola/ marshmallow mixture.
*Used Kellogg’s Rice Krispe Treat Recipe as a base for this recipe.
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- 2 cups or 1 oogaa bowl of Enjoy Life Double Chocolate Chip Granola
- 2 cups mini marshmallows (we used Elyon Natural Vanilla Mini Marshmallows: fat-free, gluten-free, and kosher)
- 1 1/2 TBSP butter
- 1/2 banana
- 1/2 cup Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mega Chunks
- Milk* as needed (*can sub with soy milk or rice milk depending on needs)
- In large saucepan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. (Step from Kellogg’s)
- Mix in Enjoy Life Double Chocolate Chip Granola until coated well.
- Put mixture in one oogaa bowl. Cool in refrigerator for about 10 20 minutes or until ready to serve.
- Once cool, press granola treat out of oogaa bowl and on to a plate to serve. The bowl is flexible, so pushing it out is easy to do.
- Slice bananas on top of granola “cake”
- A few minutes before serving add Mega Chunks to a microwave safe dish, or you can use your microwave safe oogaa bowl. Keep adding milk as needed until you get a semi-thick sauce to drizzle (with spoon) over “cake”.
- Cut and serve.
Disclaimer: I did not receive compensation for this post. I received the Enjoy Life Products for the purpose of my review. I also received oogaa mealtime sets for the girls for posting about their product. I came up with this recipe because the girls would not eat granola on its own and I thought why not make something like a rice krispie treat. Always check labels when using ingredients because I cannot say for certain which allergens this recipe is completely free of.