Lizi’s Adventurers Banana Granola

As you can most likely tell from the packaging Lizi’s Adventurers Banana Granola is aimed at kids. The packaging is funky, vibrant and will of course grab your attention when scanning the cereal aisles. Setting aside the fact this is aimed at kiddies aged 5-13 years old, I was all over it when I saw it was Banana Granola. Lizi’s has partnered with Bear Grylls Survival Academy, which is an academy offering dynamic self-rescue survival courses run by highly trained experts. Together they are promoting and engaging youngsters to eat a good breakfast and getting outside and active. To be…

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Breakfast by Bella Peanut Butter Me Up

To say I have been eyeing this granola up for a while would be an understatement. Breakfast by Bella is one of those foodie brands that I unknowingly stumbled across on Instagram and have been hooked on trying some ever since. You can buy online however thankfully patience was in my favour as they were at a local farmers market this month and needless to say I hot footed it down there.  In three simple flavours  – Peanut Butter Me Up, Nutty Nosh and Cacoa Crazy they are all free from refined sugar, are gluten free and contain organic ingredients…

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Waitrose Cherry Bakewell Granola

Okay so I have been eyeing up this Waitrose Cherry Bakewell Granola like man candy for months and months and I’ve finally cracked and made the first move. Part of their Waitrose 1 range, which is their recent addition of a premium range, it joins several other fancy granola varieties – Salted Caramel & Ginger and Pistachio, Raspberry, Apple & Apricot.  Granola varieties are ever expanding and so is its price. For a 500g bag this Waitrose Cherry Bakewell Granola will set you back £3.99, an average price for granola these days. This is suitable for vegetarians however if you have other nut allergies aside…

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Nature Valley Oats ‘n Honey Protein Granola

Granola, my trusty breakfast work friend. I have been searching for a new granola to jazz up my brekkie and spied Nature Valley have bought out a new range of protein granolas in the name of Oats ‘n Honey, Oats ‘n Chocolate and Oats ‘n Red Berries. Not being a fan of red berries in my cereal, and the fact I thought the bee looked quite cute, I snapped up a bag of Oats ‘n Honey.  Toasted wholegrain oats with a touch of honey, packed full of protein At £2.50 for 360g I didn’t think it was half bad especially given its competitors…

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Cereal Lovers Granola

I have phases where I eat so much cereal I look like a bowl of cereal. I am a lover of granola but find that it is usually packed full of sugar and I’m frantically searching for the snacks at elevensies. Insert the new Granola Gurus on the block – Cereal Lovers. Cereal Lovers were at The Bloggers Hangout Food Festival (previous post here) and kindly gave be a bag full of their granolas to try. Made in Dorset their granolas are simply fruit granolas with no nasties and no added sugar, and most are 1 of your 5 a-day. Each…

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