Nature’s Path Granola

Pumpkin Flax, Coconut Chia, Hemp Plus, Ancient Grains, Peanut Butter, Honey Almond, Fruit and Nut, Vanilla Almond, Ginger Zing
$4.49 to $5.99 per 11- to 12-ounce box

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On August 19, 2007
Last modified:September 7, 2016


If it's flavor your after than you've come to the right granola. We sampled the Ginger (still available in Canada) and Peanut Butter, and both presented perfect sweetness, big chunky add-ins, crunchy clusters and potent notes of ginger and peanut butter, respectively. The ingredients are also quite simple, coming very close to granola you could make at home.

No matter how many different types of granola I try, and no matter how many I fall in love with, I just can’t seem to stop browsing for more. So how could I possibly resist sampling at least a couple boxes of Nature’s Path Granola?

Nature's Path Granola (Review) - All Organic & Non-GMO, Several Dairy-Free Varieties

Each bite of the Ginger Zing Nature’s Path Granola is packed with spicy ginger, nutty cashews, and sweetened oat clusters. What’s not to love?

Nature's Path Ginger Zing GranolaSpeckled with seriously sizable chunks of cashews, this is a product that makes no bones about the quality of its ingredients. Anyone with eyes can see that much!

Pleasingly crunchy, the puffed rice and oats form generous clumps. Each cluster burst with a bright, zesty ginger flavor that bordered mellow and moderate, and was tempered perfectly with a modest sweetness. Factor in the roasted, nutty notes from the cashews and you have a perfectly balanced harmony of flavors and textures.

Being a ginger-lover, I could have sworn that this cereal was made with me in mind. I’m betting that those who prefer a more tame spice would enjoy it, too. However, they may want to soften the flavors with a good dousing of milk beverage.

This is one granola that will definitely find its way back into my cupboard, no matter how many other Nature’s Path Granola flavors spark my curiosity.

Nature's Path Peanut Butter GranolaAnd how could any [non-allergic] body resist the siren song of Peanut Butter Granola?  The box promised to “tempt the taste buds” and claimed to be the first of its kind. I was excited to see how this innovative and enticing cereal measured up to my now high expectations.

With full peanuts spilling out of every last spoonful, there was no skimping in this mixture of grain and goodies! Intensely nutty, the smell alone filled my head with visions of peanut butter treats. I was barely able to close the box before hurriedly shoveling some into my mouth. Fortunately, the taste definitely lived up to the hype. And I would have to say it’s a must buy for peanut butter fans!

The only draw back with the Peanut Butter Nature’s Path Granola is that like pure peanut butter, it’s rather rich. A bowlful can sit quite heavily in the stomach, so I recommend pouring just a moderate amount.

The Facts on Nature’s Path Granola

Certifications: The non-dairy varieties of Nature’s Path Granola are Certified Organic and Non-GMO Verified. Select flavors are Certified Vegan.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, the non-dairy varieties of Nature’s Path Granola are dairy-free, egg-free, and vegetarian. Select flavors are vegan and several are made without gluten and peanuts. Nonetheless, check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.

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About Author

Hannah is the author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, and Vegan a la Mode. She works as a food stylist and recipe creator for several international publications, and is currently pursuing a career in food photography. Hannah blogs many of her crafts, photos, and food creations at Bittersweet.

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