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Nola Baking Granola Flavours

Discover a  colourful world 
of delicious 

Gluten free

Gluten Free

No refined sugar

No Refined Sugar

No preservatives

No Artificial Preservatives

Source of protein, fibre, and iron

Source of Protein, Fibre, and Iron

Nature's got a flavour
for everybody.

With 4 of nature’s most delicious flavour combinations to

choose from, we’ve got a favourite snack for everyone.


Cashew Cranberry

Granola nut clusters made with cashews, almonds, gluten-free oats, and naturally sweetened cranberries.


Coconut Quinoa

Granola nut clusters made with quinoa, coconut, almonds, pumpkin seeds, and a touch of honey.


Maple Cinnamon

Grain free granola nut clusters 

made with pecans, almonds, cinnamon, raisins, and a drizzle of pure maple syrup.


Vanilla Almond

Grain free granola nut clusters made with almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, currants, and a hint of vanilla.



Almonds are loaded with healthy fats, fibre, protein, magnesium, and vitamin E. They can help lower blood sugar levels and cholesterol levels and can help to reduce blood pressure. Because almonds are high in fibre and protein, they can also help reduce hunger by making you feel full longer. When it comes to superfoods, almonds are about as super as it gets.

What fuels our granola?

Introducing 5 of our favourite ingredients.

Pumpkin Seeds

These pint-sized seeds pack a powerful punch. They are highly nutritious and full of powerful antioxidants. They are also an excellent natural source of magnesium.


Pumpkin seeds can be easily added to your diet, by eating foods like, say, our granola (wink,wink)! We always say “yes” to benefits such as improved heart health, lower blood sugar levels, fertility, and sleep quality.



Coconuts are rich in fibre, MCTs, and many essential minerals - making this fruit a great choice! 


Coconut is an excellent natural source of energy and can even help stabilize blood sugar and improve immunity. The flakes we use in our granola are pure and always free of sulphites and other artificial preservatives. 

Flax Seeds

When it comes to nutrition, flax seeds are full of it. They may be tiny, but they’re rich in the omega-3 fatty acids, ALA, and fibre — which have been shown to have many potential health benefits. 


Flax seeds can be used to improve digestive health, lower blood pressure and bad cholesterol, and reduce the risk of disease. And they’re easy to add to your diet too!


Maple Syrup

Even though maple syrup is a form of natural sugar, replacing refined sugar with moderate amounts of pure, quality natural sugar can yield health benefits. Compared to refined sugar, maple syrup is lower on the glycemic index—which means it won’t spike blood sugar as much. 


Did you know that the time of harvest will affect the colour of maple syrup? Lighter colour syrup comes from sap collected early in the harvest season and darker syrup comes from sap collected later (when the weather is warmer). Darker syrup also has a stronger flavour.

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