KIND granola // four ways

I love KIND products; for all the amazing stuff they have inside (packed with omega  3’s and ingredients you can pronounce).  Also because it’s healthy and tasty!   A feat that can be tough to master but KIND has.  The bars are always never far from me on wedding days – whether one is for me or my bride.   I have one of the granola bags on hand in my car and on my desk, so I can avoid being a victim of the low blood sugar blues.

Here are four ways we use KIND granola.
without ever turning on your oven (which is a major bonus in hot Florida)!  

{last nights salad – mixed greens, chia seeds, blueberries, strawberries, goat cheese rolled in KIND blueberry flax seed granola and also sprinkled throughout, olive oil, and balsamic reduction.  JB topped his off with some grilled chicken left over from memorial day festivities.  It was delicious.  practically dessert! }
{for a protein packed breakfast pour over almond/coconut/milk and try the KIND healthy grains fruit & nut clusters }
{KIND cinnamon oat clusters on top of greek yogurt, bee pollen, and fresh fruit}
{maple almond butter rolled in KIND banana nut clusters and semi sweet chocolate chips – a great energy boosting treat}
ps: these make great gifts to new mamas especially those that are nursing ++ water bottle 
pps: thanks to vitacost & KIND snacks for sponsoring my time in the kitchen

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  • Reply Jillian Manesh

    yummm! i didnt realize KIND made granola too! i'll have to try it! xo jillian – cornflake dreams

    May 28, 2014 at 5:05 pm
  • Reply Erin

    Never thought granola and salad could work, but the salad you have above looks absolutely delicious! Hoping to try something like it soon.

    May 28, 2014 at 5:17 pm
  • Reply Lyndsay

    That salad looks so delicious! I would never think to put granola in a salad, or better yet pair it with goat cheese. That must have been amazing! I'm definitely going to have to try that.

    prosecco in the park

    May 28, 2014 at 8:31 pm
  • Reply Kait

    I love KIND too! In fact, I just did a whole post about how they are KINDa awesome 😉 In any case, I never thought to incorporate them into my salads–I'm totally trying it!

    May 29, 2014 at 1:15 am
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