This flavor is only available in the 2.5lb bag size.
This is a warming blend just in time for late harvest chilly winds. Pecans are the American equivalent of the Walnut (Juglandaceae), and come from the Hickory tree. In Algonquian, Pecan means “nut requiring stone to crack” and were a plentiful staple of South-Central Native Americans and early colonies.
When pecans are toasted with oats, honey, maple syrup, cinnamon, and vanilla the granola takes on a rich buttery flavor
- Cranberries are native to high-latitude countries and grow in dense underwater bogs to produce their extremely tart berries. So potent in vitamin C, they were one of the first food trade items between Natives and early pilgrims to treat scurvy.
- Pecans are one of the nuts highest in Omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin E.
Orange is high in C vitamins.
Oats, honey, pecans, cranberries, pumpkin seeds, flax, ground dried orange peel, maple syrup, vanilla beans, cinnamon, kosher salt