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New Generation Granola

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A little number-crunching reveals that granola's image as a health food is undeserved. Shifting the balance toward fruits and whole grains and keeping the coconut to a minimum keeps it healthy.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This granola is absolutely wonderful. I didn't add the brown sugar as its sweet enough. I have it for breakfast with fruit and yogourt. Delish & satisfying. "
New Generation Granola Recipe

2 Reviews for New Generation Granola

09/12/2012
Anonymous

This granola is fabulous! I'm trying to eat 1200 calories a day and adding it to a little plain yogurt in the morning keeps me full for 4-5 hours! I didn't add any brown sugar and it was still sweet enough!

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10/23/2010

This granola is absolutely wonderful. I didn't add the brown sugar as its sweet enough. I have it for breakfast with fruit and yogourt. Delish & satisfying.

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