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Looking for a new recipe, or need something to inspire your granola routine? Search no further and read on for the top 5 ways to eat delicious Boulder Granola!
1. The Classic Boulder Granola and Yogurt Combo
Always a favorite and a personal go to, the classic granola and yogurt combo is great for anytime you are in need of a small meal or snack packed with a hit of protein for extra staying power. This combo is great with any variety of yogurts, from traditional to soy to coconut based. Mix things up with the addition of any fresh fruit and you have a fresh way to fuel up.
2. The Smoothie Parfait
This combo takes a tiny bit more work, but adding the crunchy granola texture to your smoothie is unexpectedly delicious! Any smoothie recipe will do the trick, but a personal favorite uses mango chunks, coconut water and yogurt. Layer it in your favorite glass and enjoy!
3. Apple Slices with Nut Butter and Boulder Granola
This sweet snack is relatively new to us, so we want to share it with you! So simple, and crisply delicious! Perfect for a mid-afternoon snack for grown ups and kids alike. Slice apples in any manner you would like, add your favorite nut butter and top with Boulder Granola. Bonus: Use our Chocolate Chunk Granola for a little extra something sweet!
4. Boulder Granola Cookies
For all of us with a sweet tooth, here is a crunchy twist on a classic cookie. Just use your favorite chocolate chip recipe, and instead of adding chocolate chips add 1 1/2 cups of Chocolate Chunk Boulder Granola. mmmmmmm…..
5. Boulder Granola Bars!
Like to get creative with your granola? Try these easy granola bars using your favorite flavor of Boulder Granola. Now you have your granola in a whole new, ready to hit the road and adventure form! See below for the full recipe.
Granola Recipe (Great thanks to Dan Almquist, Chef at Elkstone Farm for the help with this recipe!)
5 cups Cranberry Boulder Granola (or two large bags)
1 cup organic brown rice syrup
Heat brown rice syrup in a pan to a rolling boil, stirring regularly, maintain boil for a few minutes.
In a large mixing bowl (coat the bowl with cooking spray to make life less sticky), pour heated syrup over granola and briskly stir.
Transfer the mixture to an 8 x 8 baking pan (lined with parchment paper)
Cover the mixture with parchment paper and firmly pack the mixture down into the pan.
Remove the top piece of parchment paper and let the mixture cool to room temperature.
Cut as desired, pack for to go snacks, or munch straight from the pan at your leisure.