White Fudge Peppermint Oreo Granola

What a better way to start off the peppermint baking season with this White Fudge Peppermint Oreo Granola!

white fudge Peppermint oreo granola | thebittersideofsweet.com So I have been wanting to make granola for awhile and my kids have been asking almost daily for snack to have granola. I thought it would be fun to get festive with my granola and since the Cool Mint Oreo Granola I made was such a huge hit in our house it was only natural of me to use oreos again. white fudge Peppermint oreo granola | thebittersideofsweet.com So I have been stalking my local grocery store lately because I have been looking for peppermint oreos. I have had no luck! But my daughter has been having a great time coming with me because they give out cookies. So every time I pull into the parking lot she starts looking around for “her” buggy. She actually calls it a ya-ya. LOL! It is her ya-ya because my girls are bilingual. They speak Italian and English and the word for chair or seat in Italian is sedia. Last syllibal is a. So somehow she got ya-ya out of that! It is really cute because she says it all of the time but anyone outside our immediate family has no clue to what she is saying! Poor baby!! :)
This granola is super simple to make and really takes no time. I whipped it up, threw it in the fridge and it is currently waiting on the kids to get home. Its no fuss kind of recipe! ENJOY!!

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White Fudge Peppermint Oreo Granola
Recipe type: Granola, snacks
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Serves: 6
 
Easy homemade granola made with oreos and full of peppermint flavor.
Ingredients
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ¼ cup honey
  • 1 cups quick oats
  • ½ cup Rice Chex Mix cereal, crushed
  • 7 White Fudge Oreos, chopped
  • ½ cup peppermint baking chips
Instructions
  1. Melt butter, sugar and honey in a pot on the stove.
  2. Boil till all the sugar has dissolved.
  3. Take off heat.
  4. In large bowl add oats, chex mix, ¼ cup of the peppermint baking chips and half of the chopped Oreos.
  5. Pour butter and sugar mixture over the oats and stir well.
  6. Add remaining Oreos and peppermint baking chips
  7. Spread out in 8×8 baking dish and rest in refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  8. Break into pieces and EJNOY!

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  5. Lauren

    I made 8x’s this recipe last night as a Christmas treat to give to friends and neighbors. I’m not a big fan of mint in general but this granola (definitely a dessert granola) is really yummy and kind of addicting! I went to two different stores and couldn’t find the covered Oreos and peppermint chips. So, I used Double Stuff Oreos and added some white chocolate chips, and I crushed my own candy canes (which gives it character). After the first batch I added a little less brown sugar because it was slightly more sweet than I prefer, but I’m not like most people. Thanks for the fun recipe! It’s a winner!

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    1. Nancy P. Post author

      Lauren! Wow 8x! This is so addicting. My husband says he likes it a little less sweet but I have kind of a sweet tooth so it was perfect for me. Thank you so much for coming back and telling me about your experience!

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