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Lola Granola A Great Snack

Hey neighbors!

Here is a super, late Foodie Friday post.  Late because I tried publishing from my iPad and it didn't.  I was amazed to still see it labeled as a draft this morning.  Anyway, I was given the opportunity to try the Lola Granola Snack Bars.  They are so good and they are good for you and your family.

The Lola Granola Bars are made with Oats and Honey.  They are a gluten free snack, perfect for students of all ages, moms on the run and dads as they head out to work.  These bars contain no GMOs, soy and are dairy free, with 31 grams of whole grains in each bar.  Unlike many bars on the market, Lola Granola does not add any rice, wheat, corn or soy fillers, hydrogenated oils or refined sugar.  All bars are gluten free, dairy free, soy free, and kosher.




I have 6 children and between work, homeschooling, college, TKD classes and just plain old living we are often seen running out the door while grabbing a quick fix for the day.  We all need to start our day of with something to keep us going during our busy day and I hate to see them grab some sugar filled doughnut or other pastry that will cause them to crash later in the morning.  Lola Granola allows you to have a peace of mind when your children grab one of their snack bars instead.



The Lola Granola Story:
Lola Granola Bars are delicious GLUTEN FREE snack bars, packed with natural proteins and omega 3's, but low in sodium and contains no GMOs. Most of our ingredients are sourced in the USA, and some come from Here in the North East like Massachusetts Cranberries, Jersey Blueberries, New York Honey and Gluten Free Oats. 

A few years ago our family hit hard times and we struggled to provide food for our four young children, so we sought help from public assistance and food banks. My husband Ernie was eating junk food to save money so I made him natural granola bars, making sure they were gluten and soy free due to my children's allergies. The kids loved the bars, so did Ernie, and so did his coworkers, who asked to buy some. Lola Granola Bar was born. Named for my 4 awesome children; Ruby, Lola, Ellie, Enzo, and my nephew, Nathan, each of our 5 flavors contain 8 core, all natural, non GMO ingredients.

Because we care, we share Lola Granola Bars with anti-hunger children's back pack programs.
Bee Gr8full Naturally-Mary, Mom and Founder.




You can purchase a 5 bar sampler for $12.50 if you want to try them out.  A box of 12 bars is $27.48.  You can purchase them right on the Loa Granola website.  There is also a list of a few states that have retailers that carry the Lola Granola Bars.  Be sure to check them out on Facebook - HERE and on Twitter - HERE.



Here is a sample of ingredients used in one of the bars.  The Nathan bar: Ingredients: GF Oats, Honey, Flax Seed Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Shredded Coconut, Dried Cultivated Blueberries (pure cane sugar, sunflower oil), Almond, Coconut Oil, Flax Seeds, Vanilla Extract, Cinnamon. 




What an easy way to have a healthy grab and go snack in your home.  My children, along with grabbing a snack in the morning,  like to have a snack after school and of course right before they head to TKD class.

One neighbor (continental US only) will receive a Lola Granola Sampler like I did.  You can not win if you have previously won a Lola granola giveaway.  


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Comments

Shelly Leatham said…
I would like to try the Ruby!
DEBIJOT said…
I would like to try the Nathan.
Jackie said…
I'd like to try the Nathan with blueberries and almonds.
Thank you!
Marti Tabora said…
I would like to try The Enzo, it sounds good and contains some of my favorites.
andrea v said…
After reviewing all of the options Ellie sounds good to me.
Barbara Montag said…
I'd like to try the Nathan flavor - blueberries and almonds!
thank you
beeghly said…
hubby and i just started liking almonds so i think the Nathan with the blueberries and almonds would taste yummy

Amy Guillaume Linderman (Amy Linderman)
Coolestmommy said…
I would like to try the Ellie.
Kristen said…
I'd like to try the Enzo.
Jessica said…
All the flavors sound yummy to me and I love that they are flour free! I think we would love to try the Lola with the almonds and cranberries. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com
Angie Bailey said…
I'd like to try the Ruby. (Precisely Mine)

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