Monday, June 29, 2009

Enjoy Life Granola

Enjoy Life has reformulated their granola and is it ever yummy!

If you are not familiar with Enjoy Life Foods, you should be.

All of their products are free of the 8 most common allergens (wheat, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish or shellfish).

All are certified gluten free.

All are made in a dedicated nut and gluten free bakery - so no chance of cross contamination!

No artificial anything in any of their products.

And they taste great.
The granola comes in 3 flavors - Cranapple Crunch, Very Berry Crunch, and Cinnamon Crunch.


Cranapple Crunch

Very Berry Crunch

Cinnamon Crunch

We did a taste test at our house. All 3 of us tasted all 3 flavors. While all of us enjoyed all 3 flavors, I found it interesting that each of us picked a different one as their favorite. Andy loves the Cranapple Crunch, Dan prefers the Very Berry Crunch and my favorite is the Cinnamon Crunch.
All three flavors are very crunchy and they remain crunchy in milk (non dairy milk of course in our household) with nice plump chewy raisins or craisins. They are also good just by the handful. Fill a baggie and take them with you as a snack. My favorite way to eat them is sprinkled on yogurt (soy) - it really adds a nice crunch. I might try using them in baking as well. I can picture them as a nice crunchy muffin.....
If you are interested in trying them, they do have a printable coupon on their website for 55 cents off any of their products.

4 comments:

Brita Brownstein said...

Glad to hear you all enjoyed! You're review made me hungry. I may have to go snack on some : )

Carie said...

For some reason my son does not like these. I wish I knew why, but can't ask him since he is nonverbal.

gfcfcanadianstyle said...

Glad to hear this is good. I've been nervous to try another new thing & end up in the trash. I think we will give it a shot!

Kathi said...

I just hate that - trying something new and not liking it and it ending up in the trash. I hate wasting food - but I really hate wasting money.

My rule when trying something new - even if others have recommended it is to just buy one the first time. I learned that lesson the hard way in the beginnning.