Made Good Granola Minis Recipe

I’m going to take a wild guess that you’re one of the hundreds (ok, thousands) of moms who love Made Good Granola Minis and Made Good Granola Bars. What’s there not to love?

Made Good has done a good great job solving snack problems for parents – it’s free of allergens (dairy, nut, peanut, egg, sesame-free, etc.), school-friendly, and healthier than most packaged snacks. The hidden serving of vegetables is a bonus, especially for parents with “picky eaters”.

That’s why I’m a little giddy about this homemade alternative – my successful attempt at a Made Good Granola Minis Recipe (Chocolate Banana flavour). Otherwise known as the “Poor Mom’s” version or “wannabes”.

They are not only cheaper to make, but healthier with less sugar per bite.

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5 veggies kids want to eat!

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This is THE Black Bean Brownie that blew my mind in this video. It’s the Black Bean Brownie one that got me through my workout that evening, because I knew it was waiting for me at the end.  Especially after chasing the kids around all day…which is a...

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The hardest decision I’ve ever made

This weekend my littlest one Naomi turned a year old.  And what a glorious year it was. Today marks the beginning of her second year, and the end of my maternity leave. So at this very moment I should be packing my lunch and making my first drive back to my full-time...

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