Good wat to start the day
Holy calories! Is that a typo?
Nope, it's true—a whopping 580 cals per serving. If you're embarking on a long-distance hike, or just burning a ton of calories, look no further. This is our highest calorie offering.
Why is there milk in the Granola?
First off, whole milk has a ton of health benefits such as essential vitamins and minerals, healthy fats and protein. Rather than us offering granola snack, by having the milk included, you're able to enjoy a complete breakfast. It can also be eaten with hot or cold water—both are delicious and create a very different experience!
X Tear pouch open and REMOVE oxygen absorber.
X Add a little less than one cup (100ML) of COLD (or HOT, your choice) water to bag.
X OPEN. STIR WELL. EAT. SMILE.
Whole, clean ingredients make this a true stand-out among granolas. The added benefit of whole milk makes it a complete meal. It’s full of raw nuts and seeds, blueberries, and real New England maple syrup for just the right amount of sweetness.
INGREDIENTS: (notice how many you can pronounce!)
Gluten-Free Rolled Oats (Whole Grain Oats), Diced Figs (Turkish Figs, Rice Flour), Almonds, Maple Syrup, Honey, Dried Blueberries (Blueberries, Sugar), Raw Pumpkin Seeds, Whole Milk Powder (Dried Grade A Milk), Pecans, Grapeseed Oil, Flax Seed, Raw Sesame Seeds, Sea Salt
CONTAINS: Almonds, Milk, Pecans
Served either warm or cold, this is a complete, nutritious, tasty, not overly sweet cereal that fills me up anytime of the day.
First, clarification: I'm not a hot oatmeal lover. I'd much rather have my hot cup of coffee or tea, followed by a cold cereal that provides the calories needed to hit the trail, is ready to eat when I'm ready to eat it, and tastes great. Good-to-Go Granola hits every point and is seriously delicious. It's a backpacking staple for me.
This was definitely a surprisingly tasty portion of granola. Much better than I expected. So simple to make that I might get some of these for non-camping food.