Homemade Honey & Oat Crackers with Chocolate Greek Yogurt Dip

Oh…  My…  Gosh.

Honey & Oat Crackers

Honestly…  I have no idea where this came from.  Here’s how it all went down in my kitchen.  I scooped out a little yogurt.  I melted some chocolate.  I creamed some sugar with a touch of milk.  I tasted.  I shrugged.  I added more sugar.  I tasted again.  And voila.  Uh duh.

Oh wait, you were talking about the crackers, weren’t you?

Well that was easy, too.  The hardest part was having to wait for the dough to harden in the fridge.  For an hour…  What the heck am I suppose to do for an hour?  I mean, I guess I kinda sorta have a life?

Okay, I’ll admit watching Breakfast At Tiffany’s doesn’t really count.  So I went to the gym.  Thank goodness because I ended up eating half of this recipe for lunch.  Okay, after lunch…  For dessert.  Okay, afternoon dessert.  Not “Dessert” dessert…  That comes later.  I mean how could you not?  These are crackers…  Aren’t you suppose to eat an entire bag of crackers without realizing it?  Isn’t that what you’re suppose to do?

Honey & Oat Crackers

Chobani yogurt + chocolate chips = new fad.  Deal with it, people.  It’s happening all right.

This recipe is different…  Different, but good.  I tell no lies.  It’s a great option for a healthy snack on the go.  Just slap some of this homemade chocolate dip in between two crackers and you’re good to go.  And yes…  This chocolate dip just happens to be super darn delicious and super darn healthy.

The base is made with Chobani greek yogurt, which gives it a tangy and tart flavor.  For those of you with a pretty heavy sweet tooth, you may want to add in more sugar, agave, or honey depending on your taste buds.

Honey & Oat Crackers

Without all those “whatchamacallit” ingredients and processed “ihavenoideawhatthisis” additives, these crackers are the real thing.  Bake a batch of them.  Trick your kids into thinking they’re getting away with having dessert in the middle of the day.  They’re not…  They’re totally under your control.

That’s what I call good parenting.

They are super crispy on the outside with just the perfect bit of tenderness on the inside. Yes, they taste like baked oatmeal squares…  But in a thinner, crackier sense, you cracka!

And sure, the dip is unconventional, but I live for unconventional.  That might also explain my choice of daily indulgences…  U.S. presidential biographies as light reading, really good jazz music, astronomy books, and eating my cereal with a fork.  I do it so I can slurp up all the sugary milk at the end…  That is, after all, the best part.

Betcha didn’t think of that, did ya? Yes I know, I’m actually a genius.

Honey & Oat Crackers

Homemade Honey Oat Crackers with Chocolate Greek Yogurt Dip

adapted from this recipe

(yields 12 crackers)


For the Crackers:

1/2 cup rolled oats, finely processed

3/4 cup whole wheat flour

2 tablespoons sugar

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

pinch of cinnamon

4 tablespoons  butter, cut into pieces

3 tablespoons honey

1/4 teaspoon vanilla

2 tablespoons water, plus more if needed

For the Chocolate Greek Yogurt Dip:

6 tablespoons chocolate chips, melted

1/2 cup plain Chobani Greek yogurt

1 1/2 tablespoons sugar, agave nectar, honey, or other sweetener

splash of milk

1/4 teaspoon vanilla


To Make the Crackers:

Combine all the dry ingredients in the bowl of a food processor.  Cut in the butter until the texture is dry and crumbly.

In a small bowl, mix the honey, water, and vanilla.  Mix with the dry ingredients until blended in the food processor.  Pulse the dough until it forms a ball.  Wrap in plastic wrap and chill for at least one hour.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Roll the dough out very thin onto a floured surface or on top of parchment paper and cut into rectangles.  Form whatever excess dough you have left over and re-knead the dough and flatten until all has been used up.

Poke each cracker with a fork to give it the traditional graham cracker shape.  Place them on an cookie sheet and bake for 15-17 minutes or until they are golden brown and crisp.  Store in an air tight container.  They will keep for awhile.

To Make Chocolate Greek Yogurt Dip:

Melt chocolate chips in the microwave for 1 minute, stopping at 30 seconds to stir.  Combine all ingredients in a food processor, blender, or even by hand and process until combine.  Remove and pour into a serving dish.  Dip homemade grahams into the batter and enjoy!

Honey & Oat Crackers

Store the crackers in an airtight container for up to three days. Refrigerate the dip. Once it’s ready to use, remove and stir around before serving.

Nutritional information (2 graham crackers): 150 calories, 4g fat (1.3 sat, 1 mono, 2.2 poly), 21.5g carbs, 3g protein

Nutritional information (2 tablespoons of dip): 110 calories, 5g fat (1 sat), 16g carbs, 2.5g protein

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12 Responses to “Homemade Honey & Oat Crackers with Chocolate Greek Yogurt Dip”
  1. Mary says:

    Can’t wait to try the chocolate-yogurt dip with fruit. Thanks for another great recipe!

  2. Thanks for stopping by our blog! These look amazing!! Love the chocolate spread with them. YUM!

  3. looks great!! Could so go for this right now :)

  4. Ashlae says:

    These look – and sound – so delicious. I don’t eat honey, but I’m going to attempt to make the recipe with maple syrup. Hopefully they turn out! I haven’t had a graham cracker in ages.

  5. Ruth says:

    I love this recipe! It’s so healthy, I am definitely going to try it :-D

    • ohshineon says:

      I love these crackers. They aren’t too sweet and definitely aren’t savory, so covering them with this dip or chocolate sauce or breaking them apart over ice cream is definitely expected!

  6. trialsinfood says:

    Looks super darn good!

  7. Zee says:

    I love the idea of chocolate yoghurt dip

  8. meesch says:

    what?! I am making this. Absolutely making this.

    • ohshineon says:

      Let me know how it turns out for you. If you like really sweet things, I would suggest adding a little more sweetener to the chocolate dip. Make sure to super blend it!

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