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Jessica's Natural Foods - Granola That Makes a Perfect Snack! [Review + Giveaway]


I had the chance to try out some really awesome granola. Really awesome. So it's by a company called Jessica's Natural Foods and owner Jessica (of course hehe) started the company back in 2009. Her husband being gluten intolerant started her down the road of making granola and now the granola has expanded to 25 states! Read more about the start of the company here.


I actually had the chance to try out a variety of flavors. My absolute favorite that I was so sad to see gone was the Chocolate Hazelnut. As I was eating these, I couldn't help but think of those amazing cookies from my childhood I can no longer eat since going gluten-free - Teddy Grahams. So these were not only chocolately goodness, they were also nostalgic. So I have to give some major props there.

Probably the bad thing is that I started OUT with the Chocolate Hazelnut and everything else beyond that flavor got compared to that amazing flavor. The chocolate chip flavor and vanilla maple I thought were my next favorite. I did enjoy the other ones, such as pecan almond and cherry and berry but they weren't quite as memorable. Still amazing though!

The difference between this granola is that they came in big chunks. I actually really liked this because I don't always like the crumbly nature of granola, it makes it less of an easy snack to have at work. So this became more of like a granola bar type of experience for me, but much better and this is by far one of my new favorites. If you're more of a granola only in yogurt kind of person, this is totally possible to put in yogurt, I thought it worked better on its own.

The price for this granola is about average to me - about $6.99 per bag and you can buy this in bulk of six bags for about $41.94 (plus $8 in shipping). I personally think it's worth the price and if not to buy from their website than to make sure you see if it's in a store near you.

Best of all I get to giveaway three pouches of granola of your choice to two lucky winners! Enter via Rafflecopter below. US Only.  Ends 6/24.

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



Comments

  1. I'd like to try the Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Granola.

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  2. I would like to try the chocolate chip granola.

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  3. I'd like to try their Almond Cherry Granola.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. Pecan Almond Granola sounds good to me!

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  5. The Chocolate Chip granola sounds the best to me followed closely by Pecan Almond.

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  6. I love putting granola in yogurt or on ice cream, so the Cherry Berry sounds really good to me!

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  7. I think Cherry almond sounds delicious.

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  8. Love to try that chocolate hazelnut!

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  9. I'd love to try the cherry and berry and also the chocolate hazelnut!!

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  10. Gluten-Free Vanilla Maple Granola

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  11. All the flavors look wonderful and I would like to try Gluten-Free Vanilla Maple Granola
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  12. I would like to try Jessica's Natural Foods Gluten-Free Pecan Almond Granola

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  13. I want to try the Gluten-Free Almond Cherry Granola.

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  14. I want to try the Chocolate Chip, it looks great!

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  15. I'd like to try their Almond Cherry Granola.

    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  16. I would like to try the Vanilla Maple Granola

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  17. i would like to try the Gluten-Free Cherry & Berry Granola

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  18. I think my family would enjoy the Gluten-Free Cherry & Berry Granola from Jessica's Natural Foods.

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  19. I want to try the pecan almond granola.

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  20. The chocolate chip looks really good.

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  21. I would love to try the Pecan Almond Granola!

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  22. I would really like to try the Gluten-Free Pecan Almond Granola.

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  23. I'd like to try the Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Granola!

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  24. I'd like to try the Pecan Almond granola.

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  25. I'd like to try the Pecan Almond granola.

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  26. I would like to try the Gluten-Free Pecan Almond Granola. I'm a huge fan of nuts of all kind.

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  27. The Almond Cherry Granola.. Mouth watering.. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Would love to try the Chocolate Hazelnut!!~

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  29. I'd love to try the Almond Cherry.

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  30. I think the Cherry & Berry Granola sound delicious. Thanks!

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  31. I would like to try either the Chocolate Chip or Chocolate Hazelnut first.

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  32. I would like to try their Gluten-Free Pecan Almond Granola

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  33. I'm a sucker for maple flavor so I'd go with the Vanilla Maple Granola
    - Aaron B

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