Very happy to introduce a brand-new product to you today- Superfoodies granola!
Long-term readers will know that I’m a big fan of raw foods. Not that I eat exclusively raw by any means, but salads, smoothies, raw desserts and snacks are some of my favourite foods. I’ve actually just added a “Raw” category to my recipe database so you can find all my raw recipes in one place.
I do have quite a lot of kitchen equipment…but one thing I don’t yet have is a dehydrator. If you’re familiar with raw food, you’ll know that a dehydrator is a magical device that enables you to make foods which are still 100% raw and which therefore retain all their natural goodness and flavour, yet have the texture of cooked foods: Raw cookies, breads and crackers, tart crusts, pizza bases, kale chips and other veggie chips, burgers, fruit leather…the list goes on.
“Red” granola with soy yogurt, blueberries and nectarine
I’d especially love to be able to make my own raw granola (rawnola!), but in the meantime I’m very happy with this one from Superfoodies. It’s 100% raw, organic, vegan, gluten-free and even paleo-friendly.
The ingredients are basically just nuts, seeds, dates and superfoods! All super nutritious and super delicious!
“Brown” granola with banana and coconut milk
It’s super crunchy and doesn’t go soggy even when drowned in almond milk. I loved that it has really big clusters too. It means it’s just as good for eating straight out of the bag as a snack as it is with your favourite non-dairy milk or yogurt for breakfast, or as a smoothie topper.
The “Brown” one is my personal favourite. It’s rich, chocolatey and not too sweet.
Young Coconut Smoothie topped with “Green” granola
You can buy Superfoodies granola online through Detox Your World (shipping is Europe-wide) and I think they’re soon to launch in health food stores (if they haven’t already.
Have you tried (or made!) raw granola?
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[Disclosure: Superfoodies provided me with these products for review purposes, but, as always, all opinions are my own]