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Crunchy Granola Wedges

September/October 2010

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This recipe was inspired by chef Lars Kronmark’s granola wedges from the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone. Substitute your favorite fruit, nuts and/or seeds for the sunflower seeds and/or dried cranberries in these granola bars.



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"Am always looking for recipes that use whole grains. Used to use rolled wheat all the time, but find it increasingly hard to find. This is so tasty and full of good, whole foods! Awesome "
Crunchy Granola Wedges Recipe

19 Reviews for Crunchy Granola Wedges

08/20/2011
So Good!!

These are awesome! I doubled the oats (no wheat flakes) and used slivered almonds instead of fruit. Super crunchy and tasty! Reminded me of eating cracker jacks!

A tasty way to eat healthy oats and nuts!
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08/11/2011
Good breakfast/snack recipe

These are good! I too used double the oats because I did not have wheat flakes. I would warn about toasting for 10 minutes however as my seeds started to burn. Next time I will toast the oats & seeds seperately since the seeds do toast faster. I see endless possibilities with this recipe!

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12/02/2010
Anonymous

Am always looking for recipes that use whole grains. Used to use rolled wheat all the time, but find it increasingly hard to find. This is so tasty and full of good, whole foods! Awesome

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10/18/2010

These were wonderful and easy to make! Makes for a quick breakfast on those rushed mornings - a real treat!!

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09/08/2010
Anonymous

These came out really good! I used double the oats because I did not have wheat flakes. I did feel there were too many cranberries so I am making these again today but I am going to chop up the cranberries so they are not so overpowering and I will add a little less of them and add a few mini chocolate chips. They held together great and were so simple to make! I am happy to have a recipe doesn't call for butter or additional sugar.

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