The Best Granola in Toronto
The Best Granola in Toronto is a wholesome snack and sensible breakfast option found at cafes, bakeries and pantries across the city. The crunchy clusters are good-to-go when baked into a bar, easy to nibble on dry, and when layered into a parfait, they even double as dessert.
Here is the best granola in Toronto.
Each of Mabel's downtown bakeries sells house-made granola in bags by weight. The all-organic mix of oats, seeds, honey and canola oil comes in two flavours, one that's super seedy and one that's studded with dried sweetened cranberries. More »
Situated on Roncesvalles, this cafe bakes its granola every Friday in house and offers it for quick grab and go in one pound bags for $7. The wholesome mix is packed full of oats, a variety of nuts, dried fruits, coconut and sweetened with maple and honey. More »
This reliable breakfast and brunch spot in the Junction offers a hearty mix of oats, quinoa, almonds and cranberries served with dollops of creamy Liberty yogurt for $7.50. More »
This well-known West Queen West outpost takes pride in elevating comfort foods. Here, even this old-fashioned staple goes gourmet in $10 bowls topped with yogurt, fresh fruit, wild flower honey and hemp seeds. More »
Nestled on sleepy Sorauren street, this daytime destination serves bowls of crunchy, homestyle granola topped with a choice of plain or vanilla yogurt and plenty of fresh fruit ($8). More »
This wheat-free takeaway counter in the PATH makes its granola with blend of gluten-free oats, figs, dates, flax, pecans, walnuts, pumpkins seeds, cardamom, nutmeg, maple syrup and a choice of fresh toppings ($6). More »
This customizable cookie shop provides a base of house steel-cut oats, nuts and honey and then offers the option to add complementary mix-ins like figs, chocolate bits or macadamia nuts. Order a half pound take-away bag for $6.50 or have it in a yogurt parfait for $4.75. More »
At breakfast and brunch, Jamie Kennedy's cafe offers bowls of creamy sheep's milk yogurt with crunchy clusters of granola, roasted hazelnuts and honey for $7. Get the dry mix to go for $5 per half litre. More »
It turns out this Spadina and Richmond cafe excels at more than just cookies (who knew?). Local office workers and commuters praise the Fruit Salad Deluxe ($6.50) loaded with granola, yogurt and honey as a better balanced, breakfast alternative. More »
This specialty coffee roaster located at Yonge and Eg bakes granola bars ($2.75) from scratch that are packed full of rolled oats, brown sugar, whole cranberries, almonds, honey and olive oil. More »
Grab bags of house roasted granola ($9/300g) to go from the pantry at this St. Clair West bakery cafe or stay for a bowl nutty oat clusters flavoured with honey, ginger and cinnamon, which is then layered with yogurt and fresh fruit. The hearty weekday breakfast is only $4 or have a bigger bowl at weekend brunch for $6. More »
The Yogi Granola at this West Queen West juice bar and healthy take-out shop sells for $16, but is rich with wholesome ingredients. The nutrient-packed bowls come filled with whole oats, sprouted buckwheat, pepitas, sunflower, chia, hemp and flax seeds, yogi berries, cranberries, raisins, dates and sweetened with maple and vanilla. More »