A bowl of granola.
granola definition by Webster's New World
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a breakfast cereal of rolled oats, wheat germ, sesame seeds, brown sugar or honey, raisins, nuts, etc.
Origin: coined (c. 1870) ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps Classical Latin granum, grain plush -ola, Italian diminutive suffix
granola definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Rolled oats mixed with various ingredients, such as dried fruit, brown sugar, and nuts, and used especially as a breakfast cereal.
Origin: Originally a trademark.