Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home Granola Snackers

*I participated in an In-Home Party Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home. I received product samples to facilitate this post as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.* 

Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs out there, so when I was contacted and asked to host a Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home party, I knew that I wanted to have my in home daycare kids do something special for their moms and dads. My parents work hard and I know that by the time they arrive to pick up their kids they are tired and need re-energized, so they can give them their full attention that they need when they get home. When I told my kids about my plans to host a party for their moms and dads using Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home treats along with creating a few masterpiece art projects, they were very excited. This celebration was definitely going to make everyone’s hearts and tummies smile.

Honey Bunches of Oats

 I was provided 3 boxes of Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home Granola Snackers. The flavors were Cranberry Vanilla, Honey Oat and Chocolate Chip. They were easy to make, amazingly fresh and also fun to get creative with. For the Cranberry Vanilla I added white chocolate drizzle to the top of the Snackers, marshmallows to the Chocolate Chip flavored Snackers and cinnamon to the Honey Oat Snackers. They were delicious without the extra mix ins but they were even more fun with them.

Bake at Home Step One

Chocolate Chip Step 2

Bake at Home Easy Steps

Cool Bake at Home Snacks

When it was time for the Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home party to start, parents were greeted by an amazing aroma as they walked inside my house. The smell was so sweet that they immediately became curious as to what had just come out of the oven. Little did they know that these Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home Granola Snackers had been out of the oven for at least 2 hours prior to them arriving.

The party was a success. Not only were the kids excited to treat their parents to the Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home Snackers but they were also excited to have helped me prepare these delicious snacks.

Bake at  Home Party

Bake at Home

Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home Granola Snackers are easy and fun to make. They are perfect for a quick breakfast and are also perfect for an afternoon pick me up. My guests and their kids loved all 3 flavors of these Granola Snackers. They said that the flavors were fresh and the crunch was amazing. Parents work hard and often times need an afternoon pick me up, so Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home Granola Snackers is the perfect treat to help them refuel their energy.

NEW Honey Bunches of Oats

Look for Honey Bunches of Oats ‘Bake at Home’ in the bar aisle near the granola bars in the following Walmart stores:

  • 2121 Highway 146 Bypass, Liberty, Texas 77575
  • 1521 Interstate 35 N, Bellmead, Texas 76705
  • 8923 W Military Dr, San Antonio, Texas 78245
  • 8030 Bandera Rd, San Antonio, Texas 78250
  • 4700 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, Texas 78665

Written by: Aimee Fauci


  1. We actually eat Honey Bunches of Oats at home but never thought to make anything with it besides just eating it as cereal. Great idea. Thank you and I’m just loving the chefs.

  2. My kids and husband would love this snack, we have been eating honey bunches of oats for years for breakfast.

  3. Great tasting cookie use with honey and oats. Thanks for sharing.

  4. What a neat idea! I love granola AND honey bunches of oats! WIN! I think my boys would love this too!

  5. What a great idea!! I am always looking for quick and easy breakfast ideas. I can see keeping these in the freezer and pulling them out as needed.

  6. These look so fantastic. I’d snack on them in a second.

  7. Look at all the cute chefs! I love honey bunches of oats and these look great.

  8. These look so good! And the pics of the kids are adorbs!

  9. The baby is adorable in the chef’s hat. The granola snacks look delicious. I’ll have to try them

  10. Debbie Denny says

    These look great. Always handy to have good help.

  11. Look at all the cute chefs. I like Honey Bunches of Oats . 🙂

  12. This is really great! I had no idea these even existed. My kids love Honey Bunches of Oats and Granola bars so this is the perfect solution. Love the pictures of your kids! SO CUTE

  13. Oh how fun! And tasty! I love making homemade granola bars but I never thought to make it with Honey Bunches of Oats cereal. YUM!

  14. Those sound delicious. My kids would love that. Those little ones are so cute

  15. What a fun and informative post – loved the photos showing me how and the baby and children chefs! It looks yummy and having the Honey Bunches of Oats Bake at Home party – wow! What fun is that?

  16. I definitely want to make some for my kids! What a fabulous party

  17. A perfect on the go treat! I love Honey Bunches of Oats, so I’m definitely going to have to try this out. If you’re looking for a new link party, my co-hostesses and I would love to see you at Show Me Saturday this weekend. The party starts at 7am!

  18. They are so cute in their little aprons! And those granola look so good, oh my! I absolutely love granola!

  19. What a simple but yummy recipe for a snack, would love to make a bunch of them!

  20. These look really delicious. I bet they’d be a lot of fun to make with my kids.

  21. This recipe looks amaizng! Love the drizzle on some. Cute chefs too!

  22. oh this looks like such fun! I love the sous chefs!

  23. MMM!! These are SO GOOD! The chocolate chip was my favorite!

  24. Jess Weaver says

    Those little chefs are the cutest things I have seen in a kitchen! We love granola, can’t wait to try this recipe out.

  25. Oh my goodness that baby is CUTE! Haha! Looks like you had plenty of cute little helpers to make these delicious treats!

  26. Oh yum what a delicious sounding treat, I have to admit to being quite a fan of granola 🙂

  27. Mmm, I love these with the marshmallows! You’ve got some adorable sous chefs!

  28. Those look like a great alternative to the after school cookies! I’ll have to try them. Thanks for sharing!

  29. These looks so good! I need to whip up a batch. I think my son would love them.

  30. Your kiddos look so cute in those big hats!

  31. These look great! I bet you can mix and match ingredients to make any flavor you family loves. Love the sous chefs too!

  32. Those looks super duper delicious. I’m sure they are a big hit in your house.

  33. These would make awesome snacks. Cupcake trays are the perfect size too!

  34. Those are such cute pictures and I love the snacks you made. I want to go to that party!

  35. These sound really good. I can’t wait to make them. They will make a great snack for when I am working.

  36. These sound really tasty! I have always loved honey bunches of oats. I love you sous chefs! Too funny.

  37. I’ve got to try this recipe this weekend. The kids are going to love this. So am I!

  38. Oh yum! I can’t wait to give this recipe a try. I love Honey Bunches of Oats for breakfast, so I know I’m going to love this.

  39. I know that my daughter would love these Granola Snackers. I definitely want to try these one day.

  40. How cute! The snacks look yummy!

  41. Those look delicious! And the pictures of the kids are so adorable!

  42. Those look simply yummy!!! (And that baby is adorable!!!)

  43. I’ve had a lifelong love affair with cereal. Nom!

  44. Those snacks just made me super hungry and they look so good! What a cute party!!

  45. Aww… what a great idea!! I just had this discussion with our Carmax salesman over the weekend while we waited to fill out our paperwork for the car. He said (paraphrased) he’s a Marine and has been in combat but as much as he loves their daughter wouldn’t trade places with his wife who is home with her!

  46. What a fun party! This recipe looks so delicious and healthy! My kids love fruit and granola bars and can’t wait to try this recipe at home!

  47. These look delicious! We’ve been making a lot of ‘oat’-themed things at home recently – especially for its lactation benefits – like oat muffins, etc. I think my daughter is tiring of the same snacks, though, and this would add some spice to her culinary experience!

  48. Andrew would absolutely love these! I am for sure making these for him!

  49. These sound awesome! What a great snack for my daughter! Pinning

  50. Thanks for the intro to this new product. I had never heard of it. Looks like a yummy tread and a fab party! Love your little sous chefs!!

  51. I’m looking forward to finding these in my store. I make these from scratch a lot for my kids.

  52. What a yummy looking treat! I will have to try to look into this… however, I am certainly not a cook, it looks easy enough.

  53. Goodness me these sound absolutely delicious! I really enjoyed your photos that went along with this post as well. I really want to make these. I hope they have them at my store locally.

  54. Those look yummy! And what adorable little chefs! I bet my daughter would love helping make these 🙂

  55. This is really cool! I myself just started experimenting with using oatmeal as a base for things instead of flour! I created a cake that didn’t come out exactly as i anticipated but yay know, 2nd times a charm right?

  56. They sound and look delicious! A great snack to make too that will be easy to take on the go!

  57. Those snackers look REALLY good!

  58. OH MY GOODNESS – yum!!!! These look so incredibly addictive. I would eat the entire recipe as I was making them! LOL!

  59. They look really yummy and it seems like fun to do with those ‘little chefs’, I should try!

  60. What a neat idea. I have a little boy that loves oatmeal. I am trying to get him to eat other oatmeal things. This might work.

  61. oh those little chefs are so cute!
    I never thought of making this with cereal, way cool idea

  62. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    Those sound wicked good. My whole family would gobble those up in a matter of seconds.

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