How Our Pumpkin Granola Tastes Like Pumpkin Pie
By Kate Springer
Pumpkin pie lovers and fall flavor enthusiasts are fans of our Pumpkin Granola. With pecans, golden raisins, ginger, pistachios and seeds, it is obvious why. In addition to being crunchy and delicious, the Pumpkin Granola tastes like a popular cooler-weather dessert: pumpkin pie. How do we get it to taste like a freshly-made pie? It is all in the spices we use. Together, they create a blend that can be enjoyed as the leaves turn, or any time of the year. Read on to learn about how the key ingredients create a pie-like flavor.
Pumpkin Pie Spices
Five pumpkin pie spices, the second ingredient after rolled oats, give the granola much of its flavor. The spice mix even looks and smells like the pie you know and love.
Cinnamon and Cloves
Cinnamon and cloves add a bold, and slightly spicy, layer to the granola. With the pumpkin pie spices, each bite tastes like a crunchy slice of pie.
For some extra sweetness, plump golden raisins are added. While not found in a pumpkin pie, they give our granola a unique flavor.
Fragrant and spicy, ground ginger adds just enough bite to the Pumpkin Granola.
Do you like pumpkin pie? Try the Pumpkin Granola! It is perfect for the harvest season, and on sale through October 31. Along with our Maple-Vanilla Gluten-Free Granola and Choco Granola, these three “Halloween Granola” varieties are 10% off with code “October18.” 12 oz. and bulk bags are on sale.