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Eat Natural For Breakfast Low Sugar Granola 450g £1.50 @ Morrisons
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Posted 18th Sep

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So, low sugar granola eh? Seems like a sensible idea, doesn't it? Well we thought so, and to be honest (which we like to do around here) it's taken quite a long time to come to fruition.
You see, it's all a matter of taste. We all tend to think that the sweeter our food, the more irresistible it is.
But hold your horses. This granola tastes gorgeous. Seriously indulgent, and yet, no hint of a compromise.
There's just one problem. It's so delicious, you might want a second bowl...which sort of messes up the whole plan.

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Eat Natural 'for breakfast' is made with love and care, in small batches from simple, wholesome and delicious ingredients, at our very own 'Makery'. We never use any artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

When we say 'natural', what exactly do we mean?
Well, clearly it would be wrong of us to claim that everything in this granola is '100% natural' and simply 'grows on trees'. Obviously, some of the ingredients need to be cleaned, dried and roasted too, and therefore, to some extent, 'processed'. It's just that we believe, the less we mess with it... the better it tastes. That's why we never add artificial flavours or colours, or any preservatives.

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Simple... isn't it?, Low sugar, High fibre, OK for veggies... and also those that aren't, No refined sugars, Vegan
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Good find, thank you. Appreciate this, as sugary foods don't agree with me. Most cereal is overloaded with sugar, and you've really got to check the labels - even on ones listed as healthy.
I hope one day I’ll have the confidence to actually incorporate granola or some form of oats into my diet, but only 50g of granola for 250kcal just seems ridiculous to me. I would love to know how filling something like this is.
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