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Purely Elizabeth - Tasty Granola to Start Your Day [And Giveaway]

I am always a huge fan of granola! It goes great with yogurt and a little goes a long way. So I couldn't wait to try out the granola by Purely Elizabeth. It's a company that is obviously striving to do everything they can to do good for the environment. They are part of 1 Percent for the Planet (a new organization I haven't heard of until now!) and Purely Elizabeth donates 1% of their profits to preserve the health of our planet. Plus they strive to make sure that even their packaging has less of an impact on the environment and uses eco-friendly packaging. Also they purchase from organic farmers, and their products are either natural non-GMO or organic. I love supporting companies that try to make our world a better place, so read more about Purely Elizabeth here.

purely elizabeth, granola, gluten-freeI had the chance to try out granola and even something new to me called Apple Currant. Best of all, their products are GLUTEN-FREE! Woo!

I tried a few different kinds of granola, including Original Ancient Grain Granola (2 ounce bag), Blueberry Hemp Ancient Grain Granola (2 ounce bag), and Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola (12 ounce bag). I also had the chance to try out Apple Currant Ancient Grain Muesli.

Honestly, I loved all three of the granolas I tried! They are great tasting and not too sweet I didn't think. My bag of cranberry  pecan granola was a full sized bag which lasted a good while for me. I usually mix in a little bit of granola into yogurt and so it lasts a lot longer. I found out there was dried fruit mixed in and dried fruit always gets stuck to my teeth. I would probably choose their original kind if I decide to buy this in stores. For me, the two ounce bag lasted a couple of mornings for me and then the 12 ounce bag lasted a week. But then again I don't give myself a TON of granola in the morning, but just enough so I can comfortably mix some into my morning yogurt.

Then I gave the Apple Currant a try! I did mix this into yogurt as well. At first I didn't enjoy it too much, because I just wasn't sure if I was making it right. But finally I found if I mixed a little bit in with vanilla Greek yogurt, and then added a handful sized portion of the muesli on top and then some honey, I really enjoyed it. It's an acquired experience, though, so I would honestly look up some recipes first for this one.

Overall, I love the Purely Elizabeth Granola - it's gluten-free and the ingredients are great! (Just check out the ingredient's list for the Cranberry Pecan granola - "organic certified gluten-free oats, organic coconut sugar, organic raw virgin coconut oil, organic puffed amaranth, organic quinoa flakes, organic millet flakes, organic pecans, dried cranberries, organic sunflower seeds, organic Salba chia seeds, organic cinnamon, sea salt." Obtained from PurelyElizabeth.com

Best of all, I get to giveaway the same kinds of granola I received above to one lucky winner! (US only please). Enter via Rafflecopter below. Ends 9/7.

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If you can't wait for the giveaway to enjoy Purely Elizabeth's products, make sure you visit their website to start shopping, and I HIGHLY recommend signing up for their newsletter, especially if you want recipe ideas, coupons and giveaways. Also they are on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest too!

I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

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  1. I would LOVE to try the Blueberry Hemp!! I LOVE hemp and think this one would taste awesome. (although I think they would taste great!!

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  2. amy guillaume lindermanAugust 18, 2015 at 6:25 PM

    i would love to try the cranberry pecan! great flavor for the fall

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  3. I'm dying to try the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola. Sounds delicious!

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  4. Pumpkin Fig Ancient Grain Granola sounds good thanks

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  5. I would like to try the blueberry hemp granola.

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  6. I'm sure the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Ganola tastes amazing!

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  7. I would like to try the CRANBERRY PECAN ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA

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  8. I'd really like the try the Cranberry Pecan flavor, yum!

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  9. PUMPKIN FIG ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA sounds good

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  10. The Cranberry Pecan sounds amazing! Would love to try!

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  11. I'd love the original granola.

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  12. I would love to try the Original Ancient Grain Granola
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  13. I want to try the PUMPKIN FIG ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA

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  14. ancient grain granola puffs cranberry pecan

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  15. Ooh the pumpkin fig sounds like an amazing flavor!

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  16. The Cranberry Pecan sounds the best to me!

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  17. BLUEBERRY HEMP ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA

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  19. I would like to try the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola

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  20. I would love to try the BLUEBERRY HEMP ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA!

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  21. The cranberry pecan looks really good to try out.

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  22. The PUMPKIN FIG ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA looks yummy.

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  23. pumpkin fig!! love anything pumpkin

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  24. I think the Pumpkin Fig Ancient Grain Granola sounds really great!

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  25. I'd love to try the pumpkin fig granola!

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  26. I would love to try the Blueberry Hemp Anchient Grain Granola. It sounds super yummy. I am also loving the Puffs cereal! Yum. I am so glad these are Non-GMO, I will be looking for them at the store.

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  27. I would like to try the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola.

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  28. The Cranberry Pecan sounds wonderful.thanks so much for sharing.

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  29. The Blueberry Hemp variety sounds wonderful!

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  30. I want to try the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola

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  31. I would love to try Pumpkin Fig Ancient Grain Granola
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  32. I'd love to try the Pumpkin Fig Ancient Grain Granola.

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  33. I would love to try the Pumpkin Fig Granola

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  34. I would try the PUMPKIN FIG ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA

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  35. I would love to try the Blueberry Hemp ancient grain granola

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  36. I would love to try the BLUEBERRY HEMP ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA, although they all sound yummy!

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  37. BLUEBERRY HEMP ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA

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  38. I would like to try the CRANBERRY PECAN ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA. Thank you

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  39. I want to try the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola. I love granola with a little bit of nuts in it. It always makes me feel more satisfied.

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  40. I would like to try the BLUEBERRY HEMP ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA.

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  41. First of all, Love your name!! I would like to try-Pumpkin Fig Ancient Grain Granola

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  42. I would love to try the Pumpkin fig, my fig tree is currently producing a lot of figs so I'm really into fig's right now.

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  43. I would try the PUMPKIN FIG ANCIENT GRAIN GRANOLA.

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  44. I would totally try the Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola.

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  45. The blueberry hemp ancient grain granola sounds real good

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