Super Low-Fat Granola Cereal
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 25 min. + cooling
Very good, a tad too sweet and also do not add fruit with ingredients to bake. The fruit gets too hard, add after you take out of oven. Also, I used skim milk, tasty and crunchy.
easy and you can change it up abit . i use cinnamon and vanilla or almond.
this is a very nice granola recepe. I will definately be making it again. I used almond flavor instead of maple.
Excellent. I just used the brown sugar and water because I didn't want to go to the store. Can only imagine how much better it will be with the fruits. I will also in the future put it it super low in my oven and let it dehydrate for several hours. I am too ADD to watch this and it can burn kind of quick.
I am always trying new healthy granola recipes and I always find myself coming back to this one. I have now marked it as my favorite recipe. I add chopped almonds and sunflower seeds to mine to add more protein. It's very good.
Love this stuff! My husband is on a low fat diet and this fit the bill. It's delicious! I'm working on reducing the sugar and using dried tart cherries, apricots and blueberries.
Have made a version of this for years - thanks for sharing your version Kelly. I was turned off breakfast as a baby boomer growing up in the 50's, thanks to all the corn based boxed cereals. I very occasionally buy rice krispies, shreddies and the like for use in cookies and squares, but not for breakfast. This is a recipe that can adapt easily to personal preferences - a real keeper!
I used Splenda brown sugar mix for this recipe. It's got half the sugar but all the sweet flavour. I will be doubling up this recipe next time.
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In fact I make this cereal about every two weeks. I use 3/4 cup brown sugar instead of the 1 1/2 c and its just fine. I also add 1 c of sliced almonds and 1 c coconut as well as 1 c of mixed dried cherries instead of the apricots. I also add cinnamon and nutmeg both and when its done cooking I sprinkle a few mini coc chips on top and wait till its cooled and place in storage container. My hubby and I eat this every morn for breakfast. It certainly cut the cereal budget as it is cheaper and far healthier to eat. I buy the oats at Sams club and the dried fruit too.