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Store-bought granola is often super sugary and filled with refined carbs. This recipe makes the morning staple healthy, flavorful, and satisfying by swapping in better ingredients.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Healthy granola is great to have on hand as one part of an energy-boosting breakfast. You can eat it on yogurt or Greek yogurt and top it off with fresh berries. You can also eat it on its own with almond milk (just watch the portion size). In that scenario, we suggest throwing in a hunk (or two) of nut butter for extra protein.