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Sautéed Apples with GranolaEven if it's not always easier, sometimes it's better to do things for yourself, as we recently decided when we switched to baking our granola fresh in every store. Our new recipe, a secret shared by our Culinary Director, took a little tweaking to get it to clump just the way we wanted, making it a great snacking granola. For those who like to eat it as a cereal, it breaks apart easily, so it's no problem to crumble it into a bowl and splash it with milk. Made with premium rolled oats, honey, sunflower, pumpkin and flax seeds for great flavor and crunch, it's not just a great snack – it's a versatile snack enhancer and recipe ingredient of its own. Look for fresh-baked Kowalski's Blueberry Almond and Cranberry Honey Snack Granola in the Bakery Department.

10 Ways to Eat Kowalski's Snack Granola

  1. Crumble into a bowl and douse it with milk for breakfast. Try almond milk or even warm milk, too.
  2. Sprinkle it over ice cream or gelato.
  3. Stir into a cup of yogurt.
  4. Smear apples or bananas with peanut butter and roll or dip into crumbled granola.
  5. Make a delicious trail mix. Just add your favorite dried fruits, nuts and chocolate chips.
  6. Try in place of nuts in a favorite chocolate chip cookie or banana bread recipe.
  7. Jazz up a dish of canned or jarred fruit.
  8. Make our recipe for Sautéed Apples with Granola. It's faster and more delicious than any apple crisp!
  9. Try it instead of croutons on a spinach and strawberry salad (or any salad!).
  10. Eat it straight out of the box! Sharing is optional.

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Sautéed Apples with Granola (pictured above)

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