National Granola Bar Day is an annual food feast celebrated on January 21st of each year. On all your busy day when you have no time to have proper food, Granola Bar would have helped you survive without being hungry. There will be so many of us who love Granola Bars with their nutritional benefits. Whatever the reason, the Granola Bars need to be celebrated. With so much love from its lovers, The day celebrates the Granola Bar and those who enjoy eating it.
“For me, having greek yogurt and some granola is the perfect start-up breakfast because it has many benefits. Its filling, healthy and gives me energy to start my day.” – Shantel VanSanten
History of National Granola Bar Day
The origin, history, founder, and year since the National Granola Bar Day has been celebrated are unknown. However, Granola has a long history and tradition. It was not until the 1970’s granola was made into a snack bar. Granola is a breakfast food prepared with rolled oats, quinoa, barley, nuts, honey, or other sweeteners such as brown sugar. The key ingredients are mixed and pressed into a pan. Finally, it is cut into bars. As to get a crispy bar, the mixture is nicely baked. The bar will sometimes include butter or nut butter. With the highly nutritious and calorie content of granola, it can be combined with honey or corn syrup to make it a bar. With its lightweight, it can be carried during hiking, camping, or backpacking.
Other Celebrations on January 21
January 21 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate National Granola Bar Day
Fill up your mouth with some granola bars to begin the celebration. Get to learn about granola bars and how to prepare them. Make homemade granola bars and serve them to your family members. You can even organize a party at your home and serve your guest’s delicious granola bars. Have some granola bars while you go hiking and camping. Share your celebration photos and views about this day on social media using the hashtag #GranolaBarDay.
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