Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
  • Calories 180.9
  • Total Fat 5.2 g
  • Saturated Fat 1.0 g
  • Polyunsaturated Fat 1.5 g
  • Monounsaturated Fat 2.1 g
  • Cholesterol 0.0 mg
  • Sodium 153.9 mg
  • Potassium 205.8 mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 30.5 g
  • Dietary Fiber 3.9 g
  • Sugars 10.9 g
  • Protein 5.0 g
  • Vitamin A 5.9 %
  • Vitamin B-12 0.0 %
  • Vitamin B-6 3.6 %
  • Vitamin C 0.3 %
  • Vitamin D 0.0 %
  • Vitamin E 6.5 %
  • Calcium 2.9 %
  • Copper 6.8 %
  • Folate 3.2 %
  • Iron 10.4 %
  • Magnesium 7.8 %
  • Manganese 52.4 %
  • Niacin 3.3 %
  • Pantothenic Acid 1.6 %
  • Phosphorus 6.2 %
  • Riboflavin 3.7 %
  • Selenium 5.2 %
  • Thiamin 5.5 %
  • Zinc 8.6 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in Low-Fat Maple Granola

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Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Low-Fat Maple Granola

75 calories of Oats, Quaker, (0.25 cup)

25 calories of Maple Syrup, (0.03 cup)

24 calories of Almonds, (0.03 cup, whole)

19 calories of Apricots, dried, (0.06 cup, halves)

12 calories of Wheat germ, crude, (0.03 cup)

11 calories of Coconut, sweetened, (0.03 cup)

9 calories of Pumpkin seeds, (0.03 cup)

2 calories of Vanilla Extract, (0.13 tsp)

1 calories of Cinnamon, ground, (0.13 tsp)

0 calories of Salt, (0.06 tsp)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

I enjoyed this and realize, we can make the same things we buy in the grocery stores and/or at restaurants. I use granola as it's own cereal as well as in my yogurt. I added crushed walnuts and used honey instead of maple syrup. If I'm going to add calories, may as well be the healthy ones. A Submitted by:
SUNSET09

(8/10/17)
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I enjoyed this and realize, we can make the same things we buy in the grocery stores and/or at restaurants. I use granola as it's own cereal as well as in my yogurt. I added crushed walnuts and used honey instead of maple syrup. If I'm going to add calories, may as well be the healthy ones. A Submitted by:
SUNSET09

(8/10/17)
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Might not be too high in sugar Submitted by:
RO2BENT

(6/23/17)
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Sounds good but lots of calories and carbs. Submitted by:
REDROBIN47

(5/17/17)
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I really liked this but it should only be used as a sprinkling on top of yogurt. The calories are too high. Submitted by:
SHARONABROWN1

(5/13/17)
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i prefer celtic sea salt, so you get a crunchy bite of ocean goodness and minerals, and the salt doesn't permeate the entire mix. i also use a little local honey instead of maple syrup, no juice, and a pkg of two of truvia. mixed dried berries from the big box store are perfect for this. Submitted by:
ZIPPERGIRL_

(8/22/12)
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Great recipe - very versatile. I added whey protein natural flavor just for some added protein. Submitted by:
DKA768

(6/22/12)
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Make sure, though, that your pumpkin seeds are not roasted. This makes the granola a bit more salty than needed. Submitted by:
SCOTTAGOULD

(5/22/12)
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This is a great basic recipe. All the complaints about the calories here... do you realize how many more calories you get (along with added chemicals) when you buy granola? !/2 cup serving is actually all you should be having... just add some fresh berries on top and good to go! Submitted by:
HOPEWELLNESS

(5/17/12)
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I'd like the calories per Tbsp on this one as I put two over my 1/4 cup oatmeal for a tastier cereal treat with yogurt. Submitted by:
1234MOM

(3/26/12)
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This is absolutely delicious, but lets face, it is is high in calories, and it makes the math complicated. A serving is 5/8 cup, and spark tells you to have 1/3 a serving!!! That ends up a teaspoon of granola practically!!! Submitted by:
CAROLEE1945

(10/22/11)
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Tasty. I calculated the calories at about 290 for 1/6 of the recipe. I will make it again as it's a great topping for yogurt. Submitted by:
3LITTLEPIGSRWE

(7/1/11)
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Sodium content 198.6 Submitted by:
TREYONE

(4/12/11)
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Good, versatile recipe. Used no salt, no coconut, honey instead of maple syrup, orange juice instead of apple juice, sliced almonds, unsalted sunflower seeds and dried cranberries. Yummy! Could also add some chocolate chips, especially for the kids. Change fruits, juices and nuts/seeds for variety. Submitted by:
TRICIAN13

(4/11/11)
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This recipe sounds so delicious, but way too many carbs for the portion. I am diabetic. Submitted by:
GRANDMADAR2

(4/11/11)
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I found this recipe delicious and so did my teenage son. All granola has a high calorie count for the serving size - most are based on 1/2 a c or less per serving. It would not be satisfying for me as a breakfast meal - so I don't eat it as a breakfast but in smaller servings to snack on. Submitted by:
MAZDAWD50

(3/13/11)
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The house smelled so good while it was baking. Now I have to hide the granola from my husband. Very Yummy but high Calories. Great as a topper for yogurt. Submitted by:
KGATERUHTER

(2/21/11)
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Good but not really worth the calories- made it for a snow day breakfast as a treat. Submitted by:
KLBENT

(2/3/11)
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I am going to try this recipe although the calorie count seems high it's loaded with lots of good stuff and I don't usually eat more than 1/4 cup with fruit and yogurt. Submitted by:
DEBBIECRAVENS

(12/1/10)
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I was looking to see if you could remove the salt (I have edema issues) And not a huge fan of maple flavoring I liked all the suggestions I may try this. Watch out for dried fruits Alot of them are very high in sugar/carbs. Unless you can dry them yourself. I would probably add fresh fruit instead Submitted by:
ITSALWAYSABTME

(11/30/10)
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How is 563 calories per cup a reduced calorie anything? I'm sure it is good tasting, but it is not much else. surely Submitted by:
OZARKRED45

(11/30/10)
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I had my "sugar junkie" breakfast cereal loving daughter help me make this. Now she's excited to eat her own healthy cereal! Thank YOU! Submitted by:
HOBBETTES_MOMMY

(10/24/10)
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I love this type granola and will try it. Yes, calories are a bit high for such small servings but it's filling, satisfying and healthy with all those nuts. I love the texture and taste! thanks. Submitted by:
MINI-ME2BE

(10/5/10)
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This was the first recipe I made when Hubby and I joined. It is excellent, although I also made a few changes. I used the sugar free maple sryup, and added dried cranberries. We loved it. Submitted by:
HALOSEEKER

(10/3/10)
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Great recipe, but too many calories in such a tiny package --- I'll leave this one to you Skinny-Minnies out there :) I need to pack more into my meager calories for the day :( Submitted by:
JANNIE5402

(10/3/10)
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I love this granola, it may be high in calories but you only need 0.5 oz to get the delicious taste, & that's not alot of calories , 35 cals actually, addicted to it specialy on plain organic yogurt. Submitted by:
ROND06

(6/27/10)
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This granola was great! Not too sweet like most of the granola in the store. I changed the recipe and used 2 tbsp honey instead of the maple syrup and used only .25 cup raisins and did not use coconut, which cuts out a lot of calories, with only 190 calories per half cup. My fiancee loved it! Submitted by:
MARNIASHKA

(5/26/10)
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I used sugar free syrup, and used dried apricots cut up and diced. I also mixed the juice, syrup, vanilla, and coconut first and added to dry ingredients, cut the salt, and used some whey powder for protein (a good source for bariatric surgery people). Submitted by:
BELLMIA

(5/7/10)
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