New England Natural Bakers – Products Worth Reviewing

Throughout the years, farmers, bakers, children, adults, even certain animals know about the importance of including whole grains in the daily diet. There’s something magical about a whole grain product as it touches your palette and fulfills a satisfying hunger. Whole grains contain all of the important layers of the grain and maintains all the necessary vitamins, minerals, and nutrients found in that particular grain. And a solid known fact about whole grains – they taste a whole lot better than their stripped down counterparts. Whole grains fill you up faster too and keeps you fuller longer and they’re so versatile to eat with.

We started giving our son whole grain wheat bread, whole grain cereal, and whole grain rice (brown rice) since he was old enough to chew them. Then later on, he discovered the wonders of whole grain granola. When I had him taste a handful of granola made with the best stuff on earth, he couldn’t stop eating them and hence, we’ve added whole grain granola into our repertoire of whole grain foods. If you’ve ever had granola, then you’ll know how addicting it can be and how versatile it is too. You can add virtually anything into your granola, granted they’re healthy ingredients of  course, and you can either sweeten them with natural sweeteners or leave as is. I usually like to add chocolate chips into my granola to give it some natural sweetness and flavor. Making granola on your own is fairly easy to make but it can be time consuming and costly if you’re making them with organic and all-natural goodness. So what if you don’t have the time or the resources to make homemade granola? Well, you turn to a company that promises you all-natural granola made with the finest and most delectable ingredients on earth. When we were introduced to New England Naturals not too long ago, I was impressed by their ingredients for natural, organic, and wholesome granola and trail mix and when I tasted them, I was even more impressed. Their gourmet, wholesome granola and baked goods were naturally sweet and naturally good for you. They make unique and delicious granola mixes that will surely please anyone of any age and gender.

At New England Naturals Bakers (, the family of bakers know their stuff . Starting with only organic and all-natural ingredients, they blend a fusion of sweet, tangy, savory flavors in their granola and they can be eaten as is or mixed into yogurt, eaten with milk or baked into your regular baked goods. Granola can be super delicious sprinkled on top of baked apples or pears and wonderful with ice cream too! There was a time when I ate granola with everything – yes, it was a bit addictive but I found so many uses for granola that it was fun to experiment. Maybe you’ll find new uses with granola and share the experiences! With New England Naturals granola, I didn’t have to worry about any unhealthy ingredients in their granola, so enjoy them as you would any other granola, except they’re made with better ingredients.

With granola and trail mix from New England Naturals, they’re not all about great-tasting food. They’re also famous for making granola filled with healthy anti-oxidant ingredients including flax and chia seeds. Both seeds are full of healthy Omega 3 and 6’s and if you’re going to enjoy some yummy granola, why not include some anti-oxidant powered foods in them too? New England Naturals also makes wonderful trail mixes filled with healthy and delicious ingredients such as Brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds, almonds, chocolate “drops” (which are chocolate chips), dried fruits, and many others. Their granola include scrumptious ingredients such as organic flax seeds, maple syrup, sunflower seeds, dried fruits, delicate spices including nutmeg and cinnamon, and all sweetened with organic and natural brown rice syrup or honey. The base of their granola ofcourse is whole rolled oats so you get all of the natural goodness of oat grains which is part of the designation of The Whole Grains Council and their belief that eating whole grain reduces the risk of many chronic illnesses. And as I mentioned before, there’s just something more delicious about the taste of whole grains – they taste nuttier, sweeter, and full of intense flavor. If you’ve never tried granola or any kind of whole grain food, then you’re missing out on some ultra delicious foods.

New England Natural Bakers began as a love for baking wholesome, natural foods that everyone will enjoy. Feeling a need for the community to have fresh, delicious, and good-for-you baked goods, the company New England Natural Bakers arised and soon became a popular name throughout the country. Now, you can find New England Natural’s granola, trail mixes, and granola bars at most natural grocery stores and they sell a variety of flavors to choose from. With interesting flavors such as All Natural Honey Nut Cinnamon Granola, Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice Organic Granola, and Save the Forest Chocolate Mix, your senses will sure be intrigued and your tastebuds wanting more. My son thoroughly enjoys their granola and he eats them like “candy” because his words are everytime he eats a New England Naturals granola, “Yum! They taste like candy!”. Well, that could be a good thing for parents considering we’re all trying to steer our children away from actual candy and substitute it with something that’s just as sweet, but only healthier.

The good folks at New England Natural Bakers knew how much we enjoy our granolas so they had sent us an assortment of flavors to try. We tried delicious flavors such as Organic Maple Nut Chewy Granola Bars, Organic Antioxidant Granola, Organic Chocolate Omega Chewy Granola, Banana Walnut Granola (this was great with milk and sliced bananas!), Honey Nuts and Cinnamon Granola, and several others. They were all unique in their own flavor profile, yet similar in their natural sweetness and flavorful crunchiness. The chewy granola bars were great, because I’m not really into crunchy bars and they were moist, soft, yet yielded a slight bite. But what I enjoy most about New England Naturals baked goods is that they’re not overly sweet yet sweet enough so that you don’t have to add any sugar in them like some people might. With dried fruits and chocolate chips in some of their granola, why would you want to add any additional sugars in them anyway? New England Natural Bakers granolas, bars, and trail mixes are wholesome and uses only the finest of natural ingredients.  And since they also make gluten-free versions, they’re great if you’re on a gluten-sensitive diet. For more info about New England Natural Bakers, please visit their website: You can also order their products online.

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2 thoughts on “New England Natural Bakers – Products Worth Reviewing

    1. I’m sure you can use them in those recipes. However, you might need to reduce the ratio and use maybe 1/4 cup of New England Naturals and 3/4 cup regular whole oats. Just because their granola has so many ingredients in them already. If you do make something, please do share and with pics!

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