Simply Suzanne Granola is a tasty treat.
Simply Suzanne Granola is a tasty treat.
I’m not a natural snacker. Most of the time, at home, I don’t even by snacks because I don’t eat them. I get the things for my children, but while they are in love with Goldfish, I am most definitely not. I can only eat so many Cheez-Its without feeling like a grease-ball. And while I could eat candy all day, I’m 30 now and I have been learning the hard way that my metabolism is slowing down. Then I got the opportunity to try Simply Suzanne Granola and I found my new adult-friendly snack!

I had a wide variety to try. Let’s just say the dark chocolate variety did not last long! It was so awesome. I felt like I was getting a super sugary dose of chocolate but I didn’t feel all sugar-buzzed out afterward and I had some energy to burn rather than completely crashing mid-afternoon.

Since I had so much, I decided to try to use them in a number of different ways. I ate a lot of it plain. So Very Cherry made a great mid-morning snack. I kept the resealable bag on my desk and dipped in whenever I felt a little hungry, had a craving for something a little sweet or just wanted something to munch on. The original granola, with cinnamon and peanuts, was a great filler for my morning vanilla yogurt. And also plain. The chocolate and coffee, mmm, another great one. I added some milk to it and ate it like cereal. Awesome stuff.

Simply Suzanne is made locally here in Detroit. It’s vegan-friendly with no artificial flavoring or preservatives, no high fructose corn syrup, no cholesterol and no trans fat, plus it’s high in protein and a great source of fiber.

To learn more about Simply Suzanne Granola, including all of the types of granola you can get your hands on, visit the Simply Suzanne website.

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Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.
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