Most of us have tried granola at some point on our lives.
My question, though, is whether or not the granola we’ve tried is actually tasty.
I’ve had several variations of granola, however, I’ve struggled finding one that really gets me going. They’re all pretty similar, typically consisting of nuts, raisins, and granola itself.
Then I tried Bakery on Main’s granola, and my perception of this crunchy topping completely changed.
Bakery on Main’s granola, according to their website, consists of “Audaciously premium multigrain & bean crisps made with corn, brown rice, ancient grains, and navy beans are toasted with sunflower, sesame, and flax seeds and mixed with some of your favorite flavors to bring you bakeshop delicious, certified gluten-free, NON-GMO Project Verified, and oat-free granola that you won’t be able to get enough of!”
Not a bad description, right?
They have a few different flavours, and so far, I’ve tried their Extreme Fruit and Nut version. It’s crunchy, sweet, crisp and delicious, and it can be eaten on its own as a cereal, or used as a topping for whatever you desire.
Bakery on Main’s products (check out their website as they have quite a selection) is celiac-certified, meaning they’re completely free of any possible gluten contaminants. Here’s a snippet of their story from their site:
stuff trustworthy . could you possibly