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Granola

The possibilities are endless when it comes to making granola. Our recipes include all types of nuts, grains, natural sweeteners, oils, and dried fruit. Some even include generous pinches of salt for a savory edge. Try our favorite granola combinations for delicious breakfasts and snacks.

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Pantry ingredients come together in crunchy homemade granola. Making your own granola means you can pick the mix-ins. Change up the nuts, fruits, and flavorings as you wish. The oat base and easy method stay the same.

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So many commercially made granolas are laced with sweetener and unwanted trans-fatty acids. They are just plain yucky and easily go rancid by the time you buy them off the shelf. A homemade version is very simple to make and worth the effort. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

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Serve this crunchy matzo granola over yogurt, with milk and fruit, or straight out of the bowl. The recipe comes from Erica King, mother of a company employee and founder of Erica's Sweets.

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