Breakfast routine in need of a shake up? This is the perfect, protein-packed meal, and it won’t even cause you to be late to work! Take your average weekday toast up a notch and create banana toast with granola and honey by pairing regular toast with bananas and your favorite nut butter (I used almond butter, but whatever you keep in your pantry will work).
Bananas, almond butter, and honey together are kind of a match made in heaven. The granola adds a much needed crunch and those nutrient-dense chia seeds will keep you full until lunch time. They pack a powerful punch, without altering the flavour of your dish. So sprinkle away and start your morning off right!
This recipe is kind of my new go to for breakfast toast because it is so versatile. The possibilities for toppings are endless. You can pair this with all different types of nut butters, sliced fruit and granola. And if you are having friends over for brunch, you no longer have to stress over the menu. Just set up a toast bar with various nut butters, sliced fruit, granola, and seeds! Just watch how quickly the food disappears!
Banana Toast with Granola and Honey
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 2
Breakfast routine in need of an upgrade? Banana toast with granola and honey is the perfect, protein-packed meal, and it is ready in literally 5 minutes!
- 2 slices whole wheat or your favorite type of bread
- 3 tablespoons almond butter
- 1 banana, sliced
- 2 tablespoons granola
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 2 tablespoons chia seeds
- Toast bread, then immediately place on a cooling rack. (Note: If you put the toast straight on a plate, the bottom will steam and it will become soggy).
- Once slightly cooled, spread almond butter evenly across bread. Top with sliced banana and granola, then drizzle with honey and sprinkle with chia seeds.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy says
Toast and peanut butter is my "go to" breakfast. Add the banana and a nice topping....well this just elevates my morning routine up a notch or two. Perfect for lunch too.
Meymi-Pastry and Beyond says
Looks delicious! This is a very yummy and healthy breakfast recipe!
This is my ideal breakfast, so delicious!
Nico @ yumsome says
I make something similar for supper (maple instead of honey, pb instead of almond, a bit of tahini, banana or fig, plus sesame and flax seeds), so I know that yours is going to be soooo good. And so filling too! I must try it with granola - what a great idea! xx
Camilla Hawkins says
This is so my kind of recipe, would never have thought to put this combination on toast but I really want to now-)