Dating back to 1863, and Danville, New York, Granola is a go-to favorite well beyond the Americas. No matter how simple, or fancy, one likes to get their fix this go-to favorite is something one can’t miss. Join us in the kitchen for this quick bite




Quick Bite




Granola packs a punch in more ways than one. Let’s take a quick dive into the mighty punch this calorically dense quick bite boasts


The simplest variety of granola is a toasted mixture of rolled oats, nuts, and a sweetener like honey, maple syrup or sugar. However, it can also include other grains, spices, fruit, chocolate, oils and nut butters. With such diverse variations also come a list of potent benefits and downsides when thinking about leaning into granola. Some of these include

  • Great Source of fiber
  • Tends to provide quite a bit of satiety due to it’s protein and fiber content
  • Could improve blood pressure due to high fiber ingredients
  • Could Reduce chocolesteol levels due to the inclusion of oats. Oats are a solid source of beta gluten, a type of fiber that works to reduce total and LDL cholesterol levels.
  • Could Reduce blood sugar level when seeds, and oats are included
  • Has been found to increase levels of healthy gut bacteria compared with refined breakfast cereals
  • Including the likes of coconut, chia seeds, Brazil nuts provide inflammation fighting antioxidants.
  • Easy Grab-n-go option
  • Calories can add up quickly so it’s important to think about portion sizes and composition of granola
  • Sugar content can be quite high in many store bought or homemade granolas. Some have nearly 17g of sugar in a single serving. Since many consume more than a standard portion size the sugar intake can be quite high when not measuring or choosing mindfully. This increase can increase risk of many conditions. choose wisely and measure


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