Thursday May 28, 2020

Good Life: The glory of granola

Granola bars have been a staple in my lunchbox ever since I was a kid and looked forward to whatever variety accompanied my sandwich, writes Susan Morrell.

8th June, 2013
Granola bars: make your own. Photo: Getty

Granola bars have been a staple in my lunchbox ever since I was a kid and looked forward to whatever variety accompanied my sandwich. Despite occasional flavour variations - peanuts, apple and cinnamon, maple syrup - they always consisted of toasted oats studded with chocolate chips.

Even now, my slightly more grown-up lunchbox often contains some sort of oat-based bar. But let's be realistic; granola bars these days can hardly qualify as a health food....

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