August 22, 2011
Vacation Series - 18 Rabbits Bars
"It all started down a gravel road in Farmers Branch, Texas in the kitchen of Two Lost Valley Lane. I liked to play outside with my four brothers and sisters and our rabbit, Blackjack, while Mom watched from the kitchen where she made her special granola.
On days Mom made granola, the aroma of oats, coconut, honey and nuts wafted through the house and out the windows, and we’d all leave off playing and head inside. One day we ran off and forgot Blackjack, leaving him to a rabbit rendezvous. Soon he had a family of 18, and our yard was hopping with more rabbits than we knew what to do with!
I created my own recipe for 18 Rabbits granola because I like for people to feel good—the kind of good that comes from enjoying the most delicious, most nutritious food. Like the way your favorite childhood memory gives you a spring in your step, wherever it comes to you—even as you head down a busy city street far away from where you grew up. Eat some and see where it takes you."
I loved the cheeky cherry chocolate granola bars. Chocolate cherry is one of my favorite flavor combinations, so I was very pleased with this variety. Overall, I think that the brand does a good job at making healthy ingredients tasty. Their products are certified organic and Kosher, so this is one more snack option that people have with these dietary restrictions. The only thing I didn't like was that the granola bars are sticky, and thus not easy to eat on the run without having hand wipes available. If you eat them with the wrappers still on, you can stay completley clean, however kids may end up with sticky fingers after eating these, but that's an easy fix, and most moms come prepared for messes :).
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