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Not far from the Honeycrisp apples and bulk bins of granola, shoppers can now pick up an Echo, a Fire TV or a Kindle.
In the 1970s, cereals such as granolas and Grape Nuts began advertising themselves as healthy and back-to-nature foods.
Every morning started with a more continental spread: fresh fruits, yogurt, granola, eggs, bacon, smoked fish, and enough bread and cheese to fill you for the day.
One poor soul spooned up a stinkbug that had blended into her granola, putting her off fruit-and-nut cereals for life.
Stir; sprinkle with 1 1/2 cups oats-and-honey granola.
Snack Time Blend: Break a granola bar into four pieces.
Even more texturally busy is a banana budino, the pudding resting on a bourbon caramel and covered in granola, heavy on the banana chips.
For dessert, triple berry granola crisp is delicious.
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Origin and Etymology of granola
First Known Use: 1970See Words from the same year
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Definition of granola for English Language Learners
: a mixture of oats and other ingredients (such as brown sugar, raisins, coconut, or nuts) that is eaten especially for breakfast or as a snack
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