Product Review: Nature’s Hand Granola

Nature’s Hand French Vanilla Almond Authentic Granola



Nature’s Hand Wild Blueberry Authentic Granola

I was given the opportunity to try Nature’s Hand Granola.My favorite ways to eat granola is either just with milk or on top of my yogurt.  Thankfully Nature’s Hand sent me a coupon for some yummy CHOBANI yogurt.

They also sent along one of these cute CRATE and BARREL bowls for me to eat my yogurt and granola in!

Nature’s Hand Granola was founded in 1971 by Hans Sadlak, a German-born immigrant in Burnsville, Minnesota, who customized his own blend.  Since then it has become an American tradition known for its oven-baked taste and texture.  Nature’s Hand is an all-natural, good-for-you granola that is perfect for moms and their families.  It features fewer, simple, natural ingredients with no artificial colors or flavors, no preservatives, no sodium, and no trans fats.  Nature’s Hand comes in six unique granola blends:

Vanilla Almond
Cranberry Delight
Wild Blueberry
Raisin Hazelnut
Cinnamon Apple
Maple Pecan

The suggested retail price for Nature’s Hand granola is $4.99 and can be found at supermarkets, specialty grocery stores, and online.  Check out their website HERE to find a store near you.  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.
I really loved the granola.  I had it on top of my CHOBANI yogurt and I loved how the granola stayed crunchy and it had a nice subtle flavor that enhanced my raspberry yogurt. 





You can see the nice big chunks of granola and big pieces of almonds! YUM! The granola also comes in a bag with a zip closure to keep it from going stale.  But, it won’t stick around long enough in our house for that to happen!

The French Vanilla Almond and the Wild Blueberry were both only 140 calories per 1/4 cup serving!

Thanks to Nature’s Hand for sending me the granola, coupon and bowl in order to facilitate this review.  I was not compensated in any other way for this review.  This review is my honest opinoin.  I wouldn’t review anything that wouldn’t benefit myself or my family. 

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  1. Monica J @ Sofamilyonline on October 27, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    I'm happy to have stopped by. Granola and Chobani yogurt is a breakfast favorite in my house. Those chunks of granola are pretty big. Thanks for the introduction to this new granola treat. I personally think I will like the French Vanilla. Cool!

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