Zero Sugar Crunchy Granola

My January routine has built in much more heavy weights days and while my body is building muscle, it’s been craving more carbohydrates.
Lately, my one vice has been a big bowl of crunchy cereal. You know the kind: where you pour in your milk and you MUST eat immediately so that you can get that munch munch between your teeth before everything gets soggy.
Do you know what most commercial granolas and cereals use to create that crunch? You guessed it: Sugar!
No way am I pouring upwards of 15g of sugar per bowl into my body. So, I’m creating my own.
I wanted the satisfaction of that crunch without the temporary sugar high, so I figured out a way to not only achieve that, but add some protein into the mix. Any guesses what that simple substitution is?
Check out the recipe below!

Zero Sugar Crunchy Granola
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Prep Time 20 minutes
Servings 6 serves
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Ditch the sugar but keep the crunch with my sugar free crunchy granola.
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Instructions
  1. Beat egg whites on high until stiff peaks form.
  2. Fold in other ingredients and spread onto lined baking sheet.
  3. Bake at 350F/180C for 20 minutes without touching.
  4. Allow to cool and break into granola-sized pieces. Mix in optional extras and serve! Crunch crunch munch munch.
Notes

You can add anything you like to this to add crunch, protein or sweetness.

Nutrition
Serves: 6 serves
Calories Per Serve: 162kcal
Macros
Protein: 6g
Carbs: 30g
Fat: 3g
Protein: 6g Carbs: 30g Fat: 3g
Micros
Calcium 3% Sodium 19mg
Vitamin A Vitamin C 1%
Iron 15% Potassium 31mg
Others
Dietary Fiber 7g Sugars 1g
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