Where To Buy Kellogg's Lowfat Granola With Raisins PATCHED
Kellogg's Low Fat Granola Cereal With Raisins 50oz 4ctStart your day off with Kelloggâs Low Fat Granola, a delicious cereal that helps you shine, even on your busiest days; Delightfully crunchy with a hint of sweetness, this cereal is a good source of fiber, vitamins and minerals.Bulk packed in four 50oz bags for freshness, Kelloggâs Low Fat Granola with Raisins fuels mornings with a scrumptious combo of whole oats, whole-grain wheat, chewy raisins, and crunchy almonds.
where to buy kellogg's lowfat granola with raisins
Warming Directions: For a tasty low fat warm breakfast, warm up your granola and milk. In a microwave-safe bowl, combine 2/3 cup granola with 1/2 cup skim or low fat milk. Microwave for 1-2 minutes.TO OPEN: SLIDE FINGER UNDER TAB AND BREAK SEAL TO LEFT AND RIGHT.
If it weren't for the one gram of saturated fat, 49 grams of carbs and the BHT content, Kellogg's Low Fat Granola with Raisins may have ranked better on this list. One cup has 6 grams of filling fiber and 7.5 grams of satiating protein. It's also made with whole oats, whole-grain wheat, raisins and almonds.
I'm an unapologetic lover of granola, but talk about a cereal with a roller-coaster past. For years it was written off by much of America as synonymous with unwashed hippies, until haters realized what sweet, crunchy goodness they were missing out on. Then came the dark ages of the low-carbohydrate diets, when this breakfast order drew stares of horror and disbelief. These days, my oat-based cereal pretty much gets the thumbs up from the spate of gluten-avoiders--so long as refined sugars and excess oil are kept in check. All in all, it's a good time to love granola. But how does store-bought stack up to homemade?
Granola is an oat-based, sweetened, baked cereal that often contains dried fruit and nuts (distinct from muesli, which is unbaked and unsweetened). The terms "granola" and "granula" were born in the late 19th century, but were used to refer to a Graham flour-based health food that resembled modern-day Grape Nuts. Both Charles W. Post and Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, founders of the Post and Kellogg companies respectively, dabbled in granola recipes at that time, but only Post found a commercially viable product with Grape Nuts. The oat-based, fruit and nut granola that we know today first appeared in the 1960s, sold at health food stores and promptly embraced by hippie culture. In the ensuing decades granola has gone mainstream as a favorite breakfast item and snack.
Leftovers PotentialHomemade granola keeps for at least a week or two, stored in an air-tight container. Kellogg's product is stamped with a 'Best By' date a year out; a call to the company's consumer affairs line confirmed that Kellogg's does not differentiate shelf life between opened and unopened boxes. 041b061a72