These low fat bars offer a wholesome after-school snack that's satisfying but not too sweet. The added granola gives them a bit of crunch, and the cashew butter makes them extra moist.
Not only is this treat delicious and healthy -- it's so easy to make that even the kids can help out!
Steel-cut oats beat instant oatmeal every time, but they can be time-consuming to make. Try this quick-trick solution that gives you the best -- and prettiest -- homemade bowl of oats your guests will ever eat.
You can make these tasty snack bars gluten free by using certified gluten-free oats and oat flour.
This version of the classic Swiss cereal muesli is a cool summer alternative to hot oatmeal.
Wrapped up in a nice jar and tied with a ribbon, this is a gift anyone would enjoy. This granola tastes especially delicious over maple or vanilla yogurt.
A quick and yummy recipe for oatmeal.
This nutty granola, presented in a glass jar with a handwritten label, is a great holiday gift that kids can make.
This recipe makes some of the best granola we've ever tasted -- crunchy, nutty, and just sweet enough.
Adding a slight twist of flavor to oatmeal makes for a new favorite at breakfast!
The bars are packed with whole grains and nuts, seeds and dried fruits, meaning they're an excellent source of energy and nutrients, despite the sweet, greasy facts of butter and honey.
Our delicious remake of a classic fruit crisp has roughly half the butter and sugar of a traditional version, plus extra fiber to boot!
Making homemade granola is simple and lets you control the sugar and fat content — and your child can help.
Make a sweet and hearty breakfast the night before and have it ready to go in a convenient (and reusable) jar.
This fruit-and-nut combination highlights tastes from the tropics for a delicious, nutritious snack or breakfast.
These sweet, wholesome treats are sure to be a favorite with your family. Wrap each one in foil for an easy on-the-go breakfast, lunch box addition, or midday snack.
For a decadent twist on breakfast, try out this peanut butter and chocolate granola. It's quick to put together and a fun breakfast treat!
This granola is delicious and utterly wholesome. Plus, it's totally versatile: you can make it with your favorite ingredients, and eat it with either yogurt or milk.
If you've got a health nut on your Christmas list, or you're just tired of giving the same old cookies, this holiday-spiced granola is sure to please.
Old-fashioned but oh-so-good, these baked gems are like an apple crisp turned inside-out. The brown sugar and oat filling turns the plain-Jane apple into a truly delicious -- and healthful -- breakfast for all.
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Fruit and Yogurt Parfait
Overnight Irish Oatmeal
Soft Oat & Quinoa Bars with Chocolate Chunks and Cherries
Pumpkin Spice Granola
Crunchy Homemade Granola
Honey Coconut Oatmeal
Fabulous Fruit Crisp
Dried Cranberry and Maple Granola
Hawaiian Sunrise Granola
Homemade Granola Bars
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Granola
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