Product Review: Nature’s Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola

Nature's Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola

Nature’s Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola

Product: Nature’s Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola – $5.99+

Gluten-free granola is a staple in my apartment and my pantry.  Honestly.  My roommate and I go through it each week, using it on the breakfast parfaits that are part of the morning rotation every other day.  It’s nice to change things up every now and again and have something other than cereal.  I often will pair Greek yogurt and granola with fresh berries…or caramelized apples or pears.  Sometimes even banana.  It just depends on what produce I happen to have in the house.

Recently, while scouting the grocery store for some granola, I had my roommate choose the one she’d like to have.  Now, she, like me, has her favorites.  But, she chose one we hadn’t tried before.  I was actually surprised.  Even more as this was actually a newer product from Nature’s Path.

Now, Nature’s Path has a few great gluten-free options.  I have eaten their EnviroKidz cereals (and still do!) and have even given some love to their regular cereals and one of their frozen waffle options.  So, Nature’s Path is rather consistent on quality products.  I don’t think I’ve had a product that I haven’t liked.  Which is why I am not ashamed of my EnviroKidz Koala Crisps in my pantry.

But…granola?  Why not?

My roomate chose the Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola.  This granola is a blend of gluten-free rolled oats, yogurt chips, freeze-dried blueberries, freeze-dried strawberries, and freeze-dried strawberries.  Now, I’ve always been a fan of the dehydrated fruits in cereals because I find them to be so packed with flavor.  I was actually looking forward to sampling this one.

Well…Nature’s Path really nailed it.  The Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola is amazing.  While the sweetened and seasoned gluten-free rolled oats make for a great base, and the intensity of the freeze-dried berries brought a great sweet tang to each bite.  But the star of this granola…far and away…was the yogurt chips.  They really won me over with each bite.

I always sample the granola on its own, and would have been happy eating just this, on its own, for breakfast.  But granola hits the Greek yogurt and the fruit in my kitchen, so I caramelized apples and served them up over the Greek yogurt, topping them off with this granola.  How would the berries blend with the sweet caramelized apples?  Perfectly.  Every bite of this granola, whether on its own or in my breakfast parfaits was a burst of flavor.  But should you get a bite with a yogurt chip…the magic happens.  I commend Nature’s Path for that decision!

Let’s dive deeper into this product, shall we?  Nature’s Path upholds its commitment to providing safe, gluten-free products.  The ingredients in this granola are organic, non-GMO, and free of synthetic preservatives and additives.  I love that.

A serving of this granola is 1/4 cup.  This serving will provide you with 140 calories and 4 grams of fat.  Impressive, yes?  Each serving only has 8 grams of sugar, 55 mg sodium, and is cholesterol free.  You also are provided with 2 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein.  Not bad at all.

Nature’s Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola is sweet, savory, and so refreshing.  Start your day off right with a granola that sings across your taste buds and tastes like summer.  Even with fall creeping in, you can still enjoy that sweet taste of summer each morning.  And do seek out those yogurt chips…and see why I say they really make the mix.

Nature's Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola over a Caramelized Apple and Greek Yogurt Breakfast Parfait

Nature’s Path Gluten Free Selections Summer Berries Granola over a Caramelized Apple and Greek Yogurt Breakfast Parfait

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