Bobby Flay’s Chocolate-Coconut Granola Recipe

Bobby Flay says: Eat smart and practice portion control. (Even though it might be tricky with his granola recipe!)

Bobby Flay says: Eat smart and practice portion control. (Even though it might be tricky with his yummy granola recipe!)

When someone says “celebrity chef,” I pretty much think of two people first: Emeril (bam!) and Bobby Flay. Bobby’s been a staple on the Food Network for years and just recently launched a new seven-episode webseries, Bobby Flay Fit that features healthy recipes, workouts and tips based on Bobby’s philosophy that it only takes one week to create a healthier life. With fun themes likes Moderation, Motivation, Mix-It-Up, Expect More, Discipline, Support and Wrap-Up, we here at Fit Bottomed Eats are certainly digging the mix of advice on good nutrition and workouts for a life of total health (and fun). And, really, Bobby has always been easy on the eyes…
In order to help him celebrate this new cool webseries, we took the Food Network up on its offer to share Bobby’s Chocolate-Coconut Granola Recipe. Yes, it’s a little high in calories and fat—but it’s super clean and full of good stuff, including healthy fats. And coconut. Holy crap, we love coconut. There’s chocolate, too. And almonds! And…oh…just make it!

Any Bobby Flay fans out there? Chocolate and coconut aficionados? Granola groupies? Let’s hear it! —Jenn

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  1. Ivori Rose says:

    Love this !

  2. Thanks for sharing this recipe. The pictures look great! Thanks again.

  3. Pat Marklin says:

    How about using sweetener instead of honey and cane sugar, maybe 1/2 c and 1/2 Tbsp of molasses? Drops 40 cals per serving and how about using dressing on popcorn instead of oatmeal?