Hey everyone, we are back with a brand new healthy snack Foodie Find and this one comes from the granola category. Introducing WholeMe grain-free clusters. We’ve been eating yogurt again more now that we found Daiya’s dairy-free Greek Yogurt, and we are the type of people that like a little crunch with our yogurt. Who wants plain yogurt anyway? That’s where WholeMe comes in. While browsing the shelves at the Whole Foods on Ponce in Atlanta (not our regular Whole Foods, so we had no clue where anything was) and looking for our normal Simply Elizabeth we stumbled upon WholeMe clusters.
As usual, we read the ingredients and we were pleased with what we found. A lot of the time granola is packed with grains, added sugars and syrups, and other fillers that granola doesn’t ever need .That’s not the case with WholeMe. For instance, the almond coconut flavor is made of almonds, coconut, honey, pepitas, sunflower seeds, coconut oil, almond extract, and salt. When it comes to granola and packaged foods all together, that is a fairly clean ingredient list. Outside of the honey (which isn’t the worst thing in the world) there are no added sugars. You’ll also find no grains, gluten, soy, dairy, or preservatives.
Needless to say, we were happy enough with the ingredients to buy the clusters. And once we got home, within five minutes half of the bag was gone. Every crunchy bite was good down to the last crumble. We made sure to save some for the yogurt, but we definitely might pull out a bowl and some almond milk for a late night WholeMe snack.
This Foodie Find is definitely a must have and we encourage you to see if you can find them at a store near you. As stated, we found them at Whole Foods, but you can also find them on their website: http://www.wholeme.com/food/