"Over 40 years ago, two Bavarian immigrants who resided in Minnesota decided they wanted to begin blending and baking their own unique mix of grains and nuts. This recipe would come straight from Northern Europe and was a recipe that had been used and shared with many people back in the old country. The founders never had any intention of marketing and selling their product initially. They baked it simply because they loved the taste of the granola they were making".I had the pleasure of tasting two of the six flavors offered: Wild Blueberry and Maple Pecan. Yum!
Nature's Hand is made with only the finest ingredients, including 100% whole grains and honey. Pictured above is the Maple Pecan, which is my favorite! It's sweet and nutty, without the huge chunks of nuts that I dislike about other granola. It has a unique texture that can only be described as "sprinkly." It tastes light and oven-baked, yet clustery and substantial. Remember that cereal Honey Bunches of Oats? (I think it still exists..) My favorite part was always the bunches...which is exactly what this granola is!
The Wild Blueberry flavor was just as fabulous with freeze-dried blueberries included. I love that even bites taken without any blueberries in them taste... blueberry-y! My problem now is restraining from sitting down at the computer and eating a whole bag. It's easier to do than you' think!
Nature's Hand granola gets 5/5 Starfishes from Serial Access Mom!
Be sure to enter the Healthy Snacking giveaway, which includes two bags of Nature's Hand granola! (Ends on 4/2/12)