May 102013
 

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I love granola and recently found some really good tasting yogurt from Ola!  It is 100% natural and come in 3 different flavors. It comes in No Nut Vanilla, Vanilla Almond and my favorite Cranberry Orange Pecan.  I really liked all the flavors and the Cranberry Orange Pecan and the Vanilla Almond had big pieces of nuts in them.  Ola! Granola is that it is handbaked so you know it is fresh and made in small batches for a great taste.

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I like my granola in yogurt and eat it almost every day.  You can use the granola in a ton of different ways – with milk, in pancakes, on salads, with fresh fruits, with oatmeal and it would add a great crunch to may recipes – like cookies!

The three packs I received were in resealable pouches so it was easy to take with me and eat at work, well hiking, biking or any time I needed a little pick me up. Ola! is a healthful snack.

Dina Houser started Ola! in 2009 after many family and friends urged her to share the wonderful homemade family recipe.  She had often given friends and family gifts of her granola which is now what you can enjoy.

You can now purchase this great tasting granola HERE and have it delivered right to your door.  Ola! has offer my readers free shipping by using code KDC2013. You can also find Ola! at Whole Foods and a number of other stores.

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Kaisy1

 

  One Response to “Ola! Granola Review”

  1. I like granola and this sounds like a product I would love. I don’t usually put it on my yogurt but I will definitely have to try that! Thanks for showcasing these products.

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