One healthy homemade granola recipe uses oats, oat bran, puffed rice, coconut, almonds and blueberries. Most of the sweetness in this recipe comes from honey, apple juice and pineapple juice instead of refined sugar. More » Food Cooking

Self Magazine's Nutrition Data supplies a recipe for granola that has 194 calories for every 43 grams, or 1/4 cup, of granola consumed. Not all granola recipes are the same, but this particular recipe contains rolled oat... More » Health Nutrition & Diets Calories in Food

To make granola bars at home, process 1 cup of packed pitted dates, and combine with 1 cup roasted almonds and 1 1/2 cups rolled oats. Add 1/4 cup each of honey and natural peanut butter, and then press the mixture into ... More » Food Cooking Desserts

To make oat bran at home, pulse quick or rolled oats in a food processor. If rolled oats are unavailable, use whole grain oats, and sift after milling to separate the bran. More »

A good granola recipe comes from Alton Brown of the Food Network and calls for oats, nuts, coconut and sugar to be toasted and then mixed with raisins for a variety of flavors and textures. The recipe has received many p... More » Food Cooking

Oat bran consists of only the bran of the oat seed, while rolled oats are made when whole grain oats, or groats, are pressed between rollers. Commonly served as hot cereal, both contain many important nutrients. More » Food Food Facts Pasta & Grains

Beans, apples, seeds and nuts, and oats and oat bran can reduce cholesterol, as Everyday Health indicates. These foods reduce low-density lipoprotein, the cholesterol that can lead to the formation of artery-clogging pla... More » Health Nutrition & Diets Nutritional Content