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Gridiron Grub: Homemade granola
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On past episodes of Totally Patriots, Chef Mike has showed us how to make plenty of rich, delicious meals for your game day party, ranging from ribs and cornbread to monster sandwiches. This week though, things are taking a lighter turn as the Patriots prepare to face Denver, a city known for its healthy living.
Granola is easy to make and customizable. Start with a bowl of oats and simply add your pick of fruit, seeds and nuts. You can even cut up some of those extra Halloween chocolate bars and throw them into the mix to sweet it up.
HOMEMADE GRANOLA RECIPE
Mix everything together in a bowl.
You can also turn these into easy-to-eat granola bites by adding honey to the mixture and rolling them into small balls. If so, be sure to refrigerate for a couple hours before serving. Read