Cascadian Farm Organic Fruit and Nut Granola Cereal – Review

I’ve always been a big breakfast eater, and my favorite go-to breakfast item is cereal. I eat a wide variety (because I’m really not picky at all!), but knowing it can be packed with empty calories and sugar, I try to choose cereals that are decently healthy. My newest favorite cereal is Cascadian Farm Organic Fruit and Nut Granola. It is so delicious!



I really do like granola cereals but sometimes they can feel really heavy or so crunchy you feel like you may break your teeth chewing! This one is definitely hearty with a good level of crunchiness, and the cranberries and raisins add a great element of chewiness. Especially for a granola cereal (which have probably more ingredients than most), this one has just the basics: whole grain oats, sugar, rice, sunflower oil, raisins, tapioca syrup, rice maltodextrin, sunflower seeds, almonds, molasses, dried cranberries, sea salt, soy lecithin, malted barley extract and vanilla extract. I’ve also tried Cascadian Farm Organic Maple Brown Sugar Granola, which is also very tasty!

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4 Responses to Cascadian Farm Organic Fruit and Nut Granola Cereal – Review

  1. Shannon says:

    I used to buy the Oats and Honey version of this granola – delicious!

  2. Angie says:

    I am eating this now… it is DELICIOUS!!

  3. Marissa Richie says:

    Funny!! I just bought a few boxes of cascadian farms cerel at Big Lots!! My husband is a very healthy eater, and I tend to throw things in my cart that say “organic” often. As I sit here reading your blog, Ava and I opened the Cinnamon Crunch and it is de-lishhh!!! Living in northwest Indiana, we don’t have access to as many organic stores as you Indy peeps, but I have to say, I do find random organic snacks and sauces at Big Lots, and Pay low in Merrillville has a large organic/gluten free section!!

    • Michelle says:

      Marissa—How funny to see that you live in Merrillville—I live in Dyer! Have you ever tried Meijer for groceries? They have a lot of organic brands as well as their own line of organics, and they are rather decently priced. I know there is one in Merrillville on 30 and there is one in Highland on Indianapolis.

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