Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Nature's Hand Granola

Nature's Hand Granola

Have you tried Nature's Hand Granola yet? It's wonderful!

I've tried several other "natural" granola lines and usually end up either giving them away or throwing them because they are too hard for me or they taste like cardboard. There isn't any sweetness or flavor and I can't force myself to eat them - which isn't good since they are expensive.

I received the Cinnamon Apple (Crunchy oats, wheat, sunflower seeds and flavorful dried apples combined with cinnamon) and also the Raisin Hazlenut (Crunchy oats, wheat, sunflower seeds and hazelnuts combined with plump and plentiful raisins) Granola's last week and really enjoyed it. The granola isn't hard and dry like many of the other granolas you'll find. There is just enough moisture in it to make it a little chewy and the fruit and the sugariness is just enough but not too sweet. 

100% Natural!No artificial colors or flavorsNo sodiumNo Trans Fats

Nature's Delight Sundae
Top a cup of yogurt or ice cream with 1
Tablespoon of Honey and a generous sprinkling
of Nature's Hand Granola. =D

Nature's Hand Granola is stocked in major food & health stores (click here) across the US or you can order it ONLINE in the following flavors: French Vanilla, Raisin Hazelnut, Original Vanilla Almond, Cranberry Delight, Cinnamon Apple, Maple Pecan and Wild Blueberry. If you purchase it online it's $4.99 for each package. Coconut Almond is available in Bulk in a huge 320 oz pkg starting @ $49.99. Connect with them for sales, new products and more on Facebook and Twitter.

Do you use granola in any baking recipes? I'd love to have you share them & I know everyone else would love to try them! Just post it in the comments ~ Thanks!

I received 2 full size packages of granola to sample and write the review along with a darling little glass bowl & lid and a coupon for 75 cents off another bag. Thanks Nature's Hand for the opportunity to work with you! 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.



  1. I don't really use granola in recipes but I need to! I tried making my own granola bars once. They tasted great but fell apart. :)

  2. Oh man, I LOVE granola. I put it in my yogurt, for texture in smoothies, mixed in with fresh berries, in my cereal...YUM!

  3. I've heard to add it to smoothies altho I've never tried it. One thing mom got me doing this year is adding Kashi to my regular oatmeal - I bet it would be really good with this Oatmeal instead. I've gotta try it. The flavor would be really good and you'd get lots of extra fiber.


  4. We love it in greek yogurt mixed with fresh fruits and honey!


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