It’s a natural sweetener you may add to a hot beverage or baked food. It’s made by a very important flying insect who is a major pollinator. Have you guessed what substance we are describing? It’s, of course, honey! September is National Honey Month and we want to highlight why we love this granola ingredient.
There’s something special about the taste of summer fruits. Whether it’s picking fresh strawberries, crisp apples or juicy peaches, in-season summer fruits provide many yummy options. One of our favorite summer delicacies is the blueberry, a fruit rich in health benefits and just the right amount of natural sweetness. We also think it makes for a beyond delicious granola ingredient!
When you hear the word lavender, what comes to mind? Maybe the sight of a light purple herb, a sweet floral scent or an essential oil to help you sleep? Have you ever tasted lavender in ice cream, lemonade or all-natural granola? You can try these food items and so much more at Lavender Farm Fest!
This springtime weather gets us excited for outdoor events, especially those that bring together family and friends! Some of our favorite events feature running shoes, wonderful people and causes that help the community.
The arrival of the spring season brings one of our favorite outdoor gathering spaces, the farmers’ market! This community driven marketplace has an interesting history and is where Golden Girl Granola sold its first products.
Truly Tropical granola is about to look a little different! You’ll notice that our mascot Gigi is embracing the island vacation mindset on the front of these new bags. This new flavor logo, along with a change in total bag ounces, will be available soon.
A granola bar can be the perfect snack companion for those who are “on-the-go.” Whether that is due to a busy family schedule, business travel or seeking out a new adventure, granola bars can give a much needed energy boost. But how did granola bars come into existence? Are they called by the same name worldwide? Let’s bite into some tasty facts about our favorite bar.
Anna Olson of Food Network fame once said “Baking is done out of love, to share with family and friends, to see them smile.” Our goal is to show that same love and attention to each small batch of granola.
October is the most “fruitful” month during the cranberry harvesting season. National Cranberry Month honors this tiny, antioxidant-packed red berry that also makes for a delicious granola ingredient. Let’s take a look at how these berries are grown, how they are harvested and what health benefits they have.
Our love for making handcrafted granola includes a considerable amount of time dedicated to the details. Sourcing all-natural ingredients without compromising on flavor, purchasing the right bags that keep granola fresh and using quality shipping materials to securely deliver orders are all part of the beyond delicious process. This year we’ve seen these resources increase in cost, which means we need to adjust our granola bag pricing.