Is there such a thing as no-fat-added, no-sugar-added granola? I'd love to
I posted some granola recipes some time ago and they should be in th
archives. They used honey or rice syrup as a sweetener/stickiness
ngredient. No oil or fat was added. Also used some snipped dried fruits
to give some variety.
Thanks, Susan, but I was meaning with NO sweetener whatsoever. When I eat
anything sweet, I tend to want to eat TONS of it. I have some no-fat-added
granola from Walnut Acres right now, and it's so good that I can eat 3
bowls of it with non-fat soymilk. Earl suggested using vegetable juice.
Any other non-sweet suggestions? Thanks!