Origin of granolacoined (c. 1870) from uncertain or unknown; perhaps Classical Latin granum, grain + -ola, Italian diminutive suffix
Origin of granolaOriginally a trademark
(countable and uncountable, plural granolas)
In Australia, Granola is maintained as a trademark by Sanitarium Health Food Company.
Generic of the former U.S. trademark Granola, from the then U.S. trademark Granula.
- For a special treat, you can also melt Hershey bars, then let your children roll the popsicle-sticked banana in the chocolate, before rolling in either nuts or granola before freezing.
- Again, if you have room to store items or know you will go through something like a case of granola bars quickly, the discount for buying in bulk may be well worth it.
- Grains and Nuts-Grains such as dehydrated granola, crackers, and soaked oats work well, and nuts include walnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, and macadamia nuts.
- Granola has long been espoused as a health food, but the amount of fat grams and calories in some brands outweigh any health benefits it may have.
- Repeat the above layering twice for each glass or until you have distributed all of the yogurt, berries, and granola evenly.