Fruits and nuts can be used to impart taste to granola, muesli, and oats in the United States.

Granola, muesli, and oats with fruit and nut flavors are actually extremely prevalent in the US. 

The nutritional value, texture, and flavor of these breakfast foods are all improved by these additions. A quick rundown of common ways to include nuts and fruits:

The classic ingredients of granola, a beloved breakfast cereal, include rolled oats, nuts, seeds, and a sweetener such as honey or maple syrup. 

To give granola a natural sweetness and a chewy texture, it's common to add dried fruits like berries, raisins, or apricots. Almonds, walnuts, or pecans are just a few examples of the nuts that offer crunch and flavor.

Muesli: This traditional Indian breakfast cereal typically contains rolled oats, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, and grains such as wheat or rye flakes. 

Some examples of such things are chopped apples, dried berries, almonds, and walnuts. For a fast and delicious breakfast on the go, flavor instant oatmeal is a great choice.

Not only can grains, fruits, and nuts make for a tasty combo, but they also include a variety of nutrients, including fiber, vitamins, and healthy fats. 

Variety is the spice of life, and with these flavored cereals, people may pick and choose the flavors that work best for them and their diets.

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