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Coconut Cinnamon Maple Granola

This Coconut Cinnamon Maple Granola is made with oats, maple syrup, cinnamon and coconut, and makes for a delicious tasty treat that’s good on its own or in any oatmeal, yogurt, or trail mix. 

Overhead view of cinnamon maple granola with coconut flakes on blue mat | Bucket List Tummy

I hope your week is going great! I’m doing more than just showing a day of snacks and meals today, I’m sharing your next healthy granola snack recipe with this Coconut Cinnamon Maple Granola.

I’m in a granola phase, if you can’t tell through my hemp hearts granola and my pumpkin peanut butter granola.

Granola is just so versatile. It’s easy to add to anything, put in a snack spinner for on the go, and is a great athlete snack

I’d never really thought twice about making my own, until the last year or so. HUGE MISTAKE. Have you ever noted how expensive granola is at the grocery store?

I’m a true granola believer and this healthy granola recipe will make you one, too. Plus, granola is such a fabulous road trip food idea and is so portable. 

Is Cinnamon Maple Granola Healthy?

I’m obsessed with this coconut granola, and I foresee the creation of many more varieties coming. I instantly became infatuated the minute my oven started producing the amazing smells of maple and cinnamon.

For a hot minute, I thought I was in a full-fledged bakery making rows and rows of freshly baked cinnamon buns. Coconut maple cinnamon granola will do that to you!

Let’s talk about cinnamon for a sec. Did you know it may help in regulating blood sugar? I add it to just about everything, from yogurt, yogurt smoothies, gluten free oatmeal bakes, toast, so naturally, it was going to find its way into granola.

But really, how could you even have granola without cinnamon? Like how would that exist?

Easy cinnamon maple granola in mason jar | Bucket List Tummy

The hardest part about cooking this healthy granola is waiting for these little baby clusters to cool. As I mentioned above, you’re the master baker in your own little bakery and you just want to eat them all!

Or just taste them to make sure they’re acceptable to sell in your non-existent bakery kitchen. Taste testing leads to superb products, right? Just quality assurance.

We went through the first batch so quickly that I experimented with round two, tweaking a few things.

What Do You Need For Maple Cinnamon Granola?

The best part is that this takes 10 minutes to prepare, 45 minutes to bake, and uses 6 simple ingredients, which you probably already have at home. 

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You’ll need:

And, you’re avoiding all those weird-name store ingredients with this easy sheet pan granola. 

So all of this greatness can be ready in an hour, but remember to allow some time to cool before breaking into chunks.

Sheetpan of homemade maple granola with coconut flakes

What sets this apart are the baked, caramelized crisp coconut flakes within the granola clusters, but then you also top it with light, fresher flakes.

Match made in heaven.

small bowl of homemade maple cinnamon granola

How Long Will Maple Granola Last?

Oh, and this maple cinnamon granola should last up to a week, but I doubt it will be around that long.

closeup of Maple Cinnamon Granola

This healthy granola really goes perfectly over oatmeal or with a creamy, greek yogurt. My yogurt is much more pleasurable when it has a little crunch!

It’s no reason that oats are a staple pantry ingredient that I always shop for on my runners grocery list

Yield: 8 servings

Coconut Cinnamon Maple Granola

Overhead view of maple cinnamon granola

This Coconut Cinnamon Maple Granola is made with oats, maple syrup, cinnamon and coconut, and makes for a delicious tasty treat that's good on its own or in any oatmeal, yogurt, or trail mix. 

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes



  1. Preheat oven to 325-330. Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Combine all ingredients into large bowl and stir until combined well. Spread mixture onto baking sheet in an even layer (press down if you have to).
  2. Bake for 30-35 minutes. After removing from oven, top with 2 additional tbsp coconut flakes and let cool for 15-20 minutes, before breaking into pieces.

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Nutrition Information:



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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 238Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 8mgCarbohydrates: 35gFiber: 4gSugar: 13gProtein: 4g

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  1. We have a nut allergy in our house too, so home made muesli or granola is a much safer option. This recipe looks great, I’ll have to try it. Love the coconut flakes!

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