Granola ComparisonsJanuary 11, 2017 /
Granola has been making a big comeback recently, partly spurred on by the fact that it is fairly easy to make gluten-free. Below are comparisons of some brands of granola, but no matter what brand you choose, portion control is of the utmost importance. Granola generally contains at least 200 calories in a measly ½ cup serving.
All servings are ½ cup.
|Brand||Kcals||Fat (g)||Sat fat (g)||Protein (g)||Fiber (g)||Carb (g)||Sugar (g)|
|Back to Nature Chocolate Delight||220||6||2||5||4||37||13|
|Bakery on Main Cranberry Orange Cashew||210||3||1||3||1.5||30||12|
|Bear Naked Fit Grain Triple Berry||240||4||0||8||6||46||6|
|Bob’s Red Mill Honey Almond||190||6||0.5||6||3||27||7|
|Cascadian Farm Peanut Butter Bliss||260||10||1.5||6||3||38||16|
|Glutenfreeda’s Cranberry Cashew Honey||240||8||1||6||4||38||12|
|Nature’s Path Flax Plus Pumpkin Flax Granola||173||7||1||4||3||25||7|
|Nature Valley Oats N’ Honey Protein||210||4.5||0.5||10||3||32||12|
|Purely Elizabeth Blueberry Hemp Ancient Grains||195||7.5||4.5||4.5||3||27||11.5|
|Quaker Granola – Apple||200||5||0.5||5||5||37||13|
Best Bite: Bear Naked Fit Grain Triple Berry—no saturated fat, highest fiber, and lowest sugar.
Worst Bite: Cascadian Farm Peanut Butter Bliss—high calorie, high fat, high sugar