The FDA says no
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Our favorite grab-and-go nibbles
Lace it with cold brew and you're good to go
Nutty, oaty, chocolaty, and DIY
Essentially, one giant granola bar
The trick to keeping it soft and chewy instead of rock-hard and burnt
But it's toasty, gluten-free, and easy to bake with
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Our new favorite breakfast snack is made with popcorn.
A little crunch, a little salt, a lot of reasons to put crumbles on everything we're eating.
No time for breakfast? It's just an illusion.
Kendra shows us how to makes a sticky, satisfying snack made from the assorted goods she shoveled into a bag from her local supermarket.
This tart only has five ingredients -- and it's basically a remix of your current granola routine.
Marta Greber, morning person and creator of What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today, has five recipes that prove that oats might be the most important grain for the day's most important meal.
A surprising, savory granola for even the most reluctant salad eaters.
A bar of cookie goodness, to whip up at any moment.
You don't need a recipe to make a homemade granola that puts the boxed ones in your pantry to shame. (Hint: Also makes a great last-minute gift.)
Stop ripping apart entire bags of granola just to get your hands on the crunchy nuggets.
This homemade granola photo has us longing for a leisurely Saturday morning.
Weekday breakfasts that won't break the bank - or make you late for work.
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