As this was baking in the oven, I thought to myself, "It's starting to smell like Fall." It must be the cinnamon but it's already August. Then comes September and October (Halloween!) In the stores these days, they're putting out the Fall decorations and it's getting me excited since Fall is my favorite season. When I think about Fall, I think about cozy foods like pumpkin. Granola is good year round but it's amazing in the Fall on top of a nice, warm bowl of oatmeal. Today, I decided to make my own featuring the best honey in the world - Nature Nate's!
The first time I heard of Nature Nate's, I was browsing the internet for the best tasting honey. There's so many types of honey but I wanted a no-frills honey that's accessible at my local supermarket and most importantly, tastes great. I've always bought the store brand honey because it's cheap :'( When I went to Sams' Club one day, I decided to buy Nature Nate's as it had raving reviews on Amazon and there was no turning back. It's not too sweet - it has the perfect amount of sweetness and I was hooked.
For today's experiment, I decided to make my own granola. There's a lot of good granola in the supermarkets but they contain a lot of ingredients that I don't know. If I make my own granola, I can control the sweetness and I know what's in my granola. The outcome? Keep reading to find out.
There's a lot of things to love about Nature Nate's products. You're getting 100% pure, raw, and unfiltered honey that's of the highest standard quality in the market. Not only does Nature Nate's produce honey, they also make raw and unfiltered organic honey, honey & comb, bee pollen, and honey maple syrup. Nature Nate's keeps things simple, sustainable, responsible, and authentic. Plus, our religious values align well, which makes me respect Nature Nate's even more.
Nature Nate's is a company with dedicated and passionate individuals who are experts at what they do and it shows from the fast success and it's evident from the public recognition. Furthermore, Nature Nate's has a program called Honey Gives Hope that allows themselves and others to share, care, and give back to others. They partner with Show Hope through adoption aid grants; profits from shirts will go toward these grants. Nature Nate's is highly involved in the community as they are partners with National Honey Board & American Honey Producers Association. Universities they partner with include UT Dallas, University of Georgia, and Cornell University.
- 2 cups rolled oats
- 1/4 cup almonds
- 1/4 t salt
- 2 T brown sugar
- 1 T maple syrup
- 2 T vegetable oil
- 1 t vanilla
- 1/4 t cinnamon
- 1/2 cup dried cranberries
- 3 T Nature Nate's 100% Pure, Raw, & Unfiltered Honey
1) Heat liquid ingredients and brown sugar over the stovetop until brown sugar is melted and everything is warm
2) Mix dry ingredients in bowl
3) Pour liquid to bowl and mix well to combine
4) Spread evenly on a baking sheet
5) Place in 325 degree oven for about 20 minutes or until everything is golden brown to your liking. Make sure to mix halfway through
6) Toss in dried cranberries
You can find Nature Nate's at Target, Walmart, Pavilions, Sprouts, or Sam's Club in southern California. Check their website to find Nature Nate's near you. Thank you Nature Nate's for allowing me to continue my dream of being a food blogger and for allowing me to be an Ambassador!
> Website - naturenates.com
> Address - 2910 Nature Nate Farms McKinney, TX 75071
> Phone - 469.452.4429
> Social Media - @naturenates; #choosereal
Welcome, I'm Tiffi
I'm a Wegmans and Celtics fan who believes in eating without restrictions because life's too short to not eat what you like. Eat good food. Be happy. Enjoy life. Thanks for stopping by!