Q: I eat yogurt and granola every day but have a hard time finding granola that is low in sugar, affordable and tastes good. I've decided to try making my own! I'm having a hard time finding recipes. Do you have a recipe for a low-sugar granola recipe that is just as yummy as the store-bought varieties?

Sent by Kelly

Editor: Kelly, yes, most granola really depends on some form of sugar — whether that is in white sugar, honey, maple syrup, or agave — to hold it together and help it crisp up.

Readers, do you have any creative alternate recipes for lower-sugar granola?

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