Mango Coconut Granola (Sneak Peek Recipe from The Healthy Sheet Pan Cookbook!)

I make a big batch of granola about twice a month, as it’s one of our favorite quick breakfasts (and snacks!). This recipe for mango and coconut granola is from my new cookbook, The Healthy Sheet Pan Cookbook, available from Rockridge Press!

I love the tropical flavors in this simple granola, as well as it’s literally is only 5 ingredients and takes a total of 20 minutes to make.

We usually drink regular old cow’s milk in our house, as that’s what my kids prefer, but I personally love this granola with a big splash of unsweetened almond milk. It adds way better flavor that, in my opinion, allows the mango and shredded coconut to really sing!

If you like your granola a little less sweet, then decrease the honey and oil in this recipe top ⅓ cup each instead of ½.

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Mango Coconut Granola (Sneak Peek Recipe from The Healthy Sheet Pan Cookbook!)

  • Author: Ruthy Kirwan



Nonstick cooking spray, for perparing the pan

2 cups old fashioned rolled oats

½ cup vegetable oil

½ cup honey

½ cup shredded coconut flakes

½ teaspoon kosher salt

3-4 ounces dried mango, chopped


Preheat the oven to 350*F. Spray a sheet pan evenly with cooking spray, or line it with parchment paper.

In a large bowl, stir together the oats, vegetable oil, honey, coconut, and salt until evenly coated. Spread the granola evenly on a sheet pan, taking care that the coconut is evenly distributed on the pan.

Bake for 10-12 minutes.

Remove the pan from the oven and stir the granola with a flat-edged or wooden spoon.

Bake another 10-12 minutes more, until the granola has turned a golden brown.

Remove the pan from the oven and add the mango, stirring to incorporate evenly. Let cool.

Using a wooden spoon, break up the cooled granola. Store in a cool, dark place in a tightly covered container for up to 2 weeks.


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