National Granola Bar Day is one of the most popular days of the year for people to celebrate. It’s a day where everyone can come together and share their love for this delicious snack that has been around since 1894! In this blog post, we will explore what National Granola Bar Day means, how it came about, and why people enjoy celebrating it so much.
History Of National Granola Bar Day
Celebrate National Granola Bar Day on July 14th with a delicious and healthy breakfast!
It’s hard to know the history of this day, but we can thank our founder for starting it. To honor him or her I recommend celebrating by eating some granola bars as part of your morning meal—you won’t regret it if you’re looking for an easy way to make sure that all parts are covered in nutrients while staying relatively low fat (or carb-free).
The first cereal to be invented was granola, which is a mix of grains and nuts. This breakfast staple can trace its roots back to the Jackson Sanatorium located in Dansville called “The House Of.” There, Dr. James Caleb Jackson invented the first granola recipe and served it to his patients (who reportedly loved it). It wasn’t until 1894 when John Harvey Kellogg of Battle Creek Sanitarium took a hint from this concept and created what we now know as cereal!
The doctor who created the first air-filled cereal made of bran and germ was an Englishman named Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, but not until 1881 did he come up with this idea that would revolutionize breakfast foods forever! His inspiration came from his patients’ requests for something light enough to eat before they exercised to prevent headaches or other digestive issues caused by too much pressure on their stomachs while working out; so one day at home after dinner…he substituted graham flour (from LDS) with oats–and voila: We now have oatmeal reformulated into our favorite fast food delicacies today!”
Interesting facts about National Granola Bar Day:
What you need to know about granola, according to the ancient Egyptians!
A lot of people are talking about this new food craze lately. It’s not hard to see why -granola is full-bodied with flavor yet light as air at just 110 calories per serving (and most have even less). The high fiber content makes it great fuel for sustained energy during exercise or other periods when we’re feeling fried and famished all over again; but what many don’t realize how healthy these grains can be if eaten in moderation? Read more here:
The first granola bar was invented by Edward Thayer Sr. and sold in Chico, California when he opened a grocery store there to make up for the lost food supply from gold seekers who had left during or after Stephen Thomas Hakala’s 1849-1850 winter near present-day Redding, CA the USA
A granola bar is similar to trail mix and muesli; it comes in various flavors with nuts or seeds sitting on top of honeycomb layers inside an oatmeal cookie crust—all between three sheets (or two) maltodextrin based waxes laminated together trans 74 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit with a roller die at 85% humidity.
How Can We Celebrate National Granola Bar Day:
The granola bar is a tasty and healthy snack that you can enjoy on any occasion. You might want to try filling your mouth with one for this day of celebration! There are many different styles from which to choose, such as easy-granola bars made out of chocolate chips mixed in peanut butter or M&Ms; blueberry almond flavor containing those delicious berries alongside almonds, sunflower pecan pieces give off their distinct crunch when broken into halves while tasting sweet at first bite before transitioning into rich nutty notes halfway through—it’s amazing what they have done here by simply adding ingredients like apple sauce instead of sugar syrup because we all know how much kids love applesauce right? Anyway take my word for it and go get yourself a box of granola bars to enjoy!
Granola bar recipes are so easy to make at home, you can have your private stash for later use. Duplicate the taste of store-bought brands with these homemade treats that are much healthier than their commercial counterparts. You’ll find many options when searching online for granola bar recipes. And, you can modify the ingredients to suit your tastes or dietary needs.
Here are some ideas:
-Combine rolled oats with nuts and seeds of choice before adding melted butter mixed in sweetener to coat evenly on the pan -Stir cereal flakes into a mixture made from honey & peanut butter then press into the pan before later cutting into bars -Mix granola with more oats and cereal flakes for added bulk & crispy texture
-Add dried fruit to the mixture after you’ve combined all of your dry ingredients, stirring gently so as not to break up pieces too much. But do try some chopped dates! They’re quite good in taste which is why they have been a staple for people since ancient times.
-If you’re having trouble with your bar mixture crumbling at all, try adding a spoonful of flour before pressing firmly into the pan/tray and allow to cool -Mix in some chocolate chips before baking so as they begin melting from the heat after being placed inside ovens.