I used to be a fan of a certain branded granolas including one that had chocolate chips, so when I started making my own I knew I was eventually going to make one with chocolate chips, that would also be a healthier version.
I make sure there are at least 7 x 30g portions in each bag so you can build your own healthy low carb breakfast. I usually have mine with some Alpro Coconut yoghurt and a spoonful of a quick raspberry and chia jam (I sometimes have this combo for a quick and easy lunch, tea or even as a dessert!)but you can have yours with milk or alternative milk or even just on its own.
*Learn more about the Glycemic Index (GI) on the Diabetes Uk website
- Low Carb diet
*This is prepared in a kitchen where nuts, including peanuts and tree nuts, plus milk, eggs, gluten, wheat, oats and sesame products are stored, used and cooked/processed in an open kitchen . As most products will contain one or more ingredients from the allergen list there is a high probability there will be traces of other ingredients listed above and may have traces of other products from the allergen list.