Christmas Chocolate Granola Gifts…

Christmas Chocolate Granola Gifts…

– Perfect for adult stocking fillers or to hang from the Christmas tree.

– All homemade and filled with love.

This Christmas surprise and delight with these gorgeous Granola Chocolate bars. Perfect for popping in a stocking or hanging from the Christmas tree – but be careful – once tried all will be gone!

All you need for these fabulous Granola Chocs is a cake mould (a cake tin or cookie cutter all work well – it depends on what shape you want), your favourite chocolate, a handful of granola and some raisins and nuts if you fancy it. We got these little moulds from Lakeland!

It is a great activity for children and makes a sweet personalised present for chocolate lovers.



  1. Break the chocolate (plain or milk work better) into chunks and melt in the microwave (or in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of simmering water) in short bursts on a medium heat. Stir between each blast.
  2. When molten, crumble half the Lizi’s Belgian Chocolate Granola into the melted chocolate and pour or spoon the chocolate carefully into your mould. If you are using a cookie cutter, place it on a sheet of greaseproof paper on a baking sheet and carefully pour the chocolate in. Depending on the size of your mould (the Lakeland moulds are quite small) and whilst still liquid, sprinkle over the remaining Lizi’s Belgian chocolate and add some raisins or other toppings if you are using. Carefully put the mould in the fridge and allow to set. The shapes should pop out easily once hardened, although they may need a little encouragement by sliding a knife around the side. They make lovely gifts if wrapped in cellophane and tied with ribbons.
  3. Time – Five minutes, plus cooling time!

Recipe c/o Lizi’s Granola.

Another few idea!?

Stained Glass Cookies

How To Make A Christmas Stocking


Do you like making handmade gifts?


16 responses to “Christmas Chocolate Granola Gifts…”

  1. Zena's Suitcase says:

    They sound like a lovely homemade gift, I would love to receive something like this

  2. Anosa Malanga says:

    I love all handmade gifts and these chocolate granolas look absolutely delicious

  3. Five Little Doves says:

    Oh YUM! These look delicious, I love anything involving granola and chocolate, I must make these! xx

  4. tots2travel says:

    I love a florentine at christmas but never dared to make my own. Look lush.

  5. Sarah - let them be small says:

    mmmm these looks lovely. I have made peppermint chocolate bark in the past as gifts x

  6. Lisa Graham says:

    These look fantastic. I've used the empty advent calendar as a mould before.

  7. Jayne SMABL says:

    These look fab! And the granola chocolate combo sounds amazing. I love the look of the stained glass cookies too, they are really unusual 🙂 Merry Christmas to you and your family, lovely xx

  8. Margarett Murphy says:

    These look so sweet.

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