- a breakfast food consisting of rolled oats, brown sugar, nuts, dried fruit, etc., usually served with milk.
Origin of granola
1870–75; originally a trademark; cf. -ola
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Examples from the Web for granola
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An EMT by training, Gardner offered him water and a granola bar, but LaFever was more interested in telling him about his ordeal.Ray Gardner Used Autism Training To Find William LaFever
July 14, 2012
For a quick treat, try it hot or cold topped with vanilla yogurt and granola.5 Recipes from the Jewish Julia Child
December 8, 2009
Mix all together and thicken with toasted bread crumbs or granola.
If the peach sauce is evaporated until quite dry, it is very nice baked in a granola crust.Science in the Kitchen.
Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
Thicken with toasted bread crumbs or granola until quite stiff.
Soak the granola in the milk or cream for ten minutes and add the walnuts, eggs, salt, and a dash of nutmeg.
Take three and one-half cups of this gravy and mix with it the granola, eggs, and salt to taste.
- US and Canadian a mixture of rolled oats, brown sugar, nuts, fruit, etc, eaten with milk
C20: originally Granola a trademark
Word Origin and History for granola
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