Granola is a breakfast cereal made from rolled oats, nuts, honey, or other sweeteners. It is usually baked in ovens until it is crisp, toasted, and golden brown.
Some granola recipes include wheat germ, flaxseed, and dried fruit. Granola is often eaten with milk, yogurt, or fresh fruit. It can also be used as a topping for ice cream or pudding or eaten as a snack directly from the box or bag.