Friday Food Finds- Purely Elizabeth Review

Hello, my friends! A very happy Friday going out to you. How has your week been? Mine was crazy busy especially just coming back from vacation. I have some fun plans for the weekend that include taking my nephew to a movie tonight. What are you up to this weekend- are there any fun plans on your end?

For those of you new to my blog, Friday Food Finds is all about sharing a new and fun food find with my followers! This week, I’m sharing my review for Purely Elizabeth.  Feel free to play along in the comments section!

 

Purely ElizabethI consider myself to be a bit of a granola connoisseur (or addict, depending on how you look at it)! I reached out to Purely Elizabeth and they were kind enough to send me some coupons to try their products.

I first discovered Purely Elizabeth a few years ago after realizing that their founder, Elizabeth Stein, is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition; the same school I attended. While I don’t know Elizabeth personally, I must have first come across her products through some IIN connection. Elizabeth started her business in 2009 after discovering her own dietary intolerances. All of the company’s products are certified organic by the Vermont Organic Farmer’s Association and produced in a gluten-free facility.

Their products are packed with ingredients like quinoa, millet, oats, and different gluten free flours, as well as super foods like chia seeds. I promise you can’t go wrong with anything from Purely Elizabeth. And, here is a link to their ingredients.

 

Pumpkin Fig Ancient Grain Granola

 

Purely Elizabeth Pumpkin and Fig granola pancakesI picked up the Pumpkin Fig Granola, because I’m just slightly obsessed with pumpkin…and fig. Its primary ingredient, like a lot of granola, is oats; but Purely Elizabeth adds amaranth and quinoa to round out the grains. The Pumpkin Fig flavor also includes pumpkin seeds, dried figs, and chia seeds, a nice “superfood” addition that gives a little extra crunch and nutritional kick.

This granola is perfect alone, on top of greek yogurt or as a pancake topping! This flavor is my top pick for Friday Food Finds!

  • Certified Gluten-free
  • Certified Vegan
  • Non Gmo Project Verified
  • Certified Organic by Organic Certifiers
  • Free of Refined Sugar
  • Sweetened with Coconut Sugar, a low-glycemic, unrefined sweetener
  • Baked with coconut oil containing medium-chain fatty acids that get used as energy rather than stored as fat – plus anti-viral + anti-microbial properties

 

Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola

PURELY ELIZABETH CRANBERRY PECAN BAGThen there’s the Cranberry Pecan (and I love cranberry!) that had cranberry pieces, a strong cinnamon flavor, and little chunks of various nuts…YUM.  This flavor has tart, chewy cranberries + roasted texas pecans combine with ancient grains and seeds for a warm, buttery taste. I like swirling the Cranberry Pecan into a creamy yogurt or sprinkling it over a hot bowl of oatmeal.

  • Certified Gluten-free
  • Certified Vegan
  • Non Gmo Project Verified
  • Certified Organic by Organic Certifiers
  • Free of Refined Sugar
  • Sweetened with Coconut Sugar, a low-glycemic, unrefined sweetener
  • Baked with coconut oil containing medium-chain fatty acids that get used as energy rather than stored as fat – plus anti-viral + anti-microbial properties

 

I was craving muffins so I decided to make a batch using the Cranberry Pecan.  You’ll love how easy this recipe is! Two ingredients, well actually 3 if you count the stevia! These are perfect for a quick morning snack or a breakfast on the go with your coffee!

CRANBERRY PECAN MUFFINS

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Ingredient Cranberry Pecan Muffins
 
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Recipe type: Snack
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • ⅓ cup + 3 TBS(reserve for the topping) Purely Elizabeth Cranberry Pecan Ancient Grain Granola
  • 4 scoops Stack'D Original Buttermilk Pancake Mix
  • 4 packets stevia
  • 2 cups water
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Add all ingredients to a large bowl.
  3. Add the water and stir until well combined.
  4. Portion batter out into a lightly greased muffin pan.
  5. Sprinkle the reserved granola on top of your muffins.
  6. Bake for 15 mins.

 

Mango Almond Muesli

Muesli-Page-Mango-Almond-Muesli-1-480x540I’m not a huge muesli person, so when I picked up the Mango Almond Muesli, I wasn’t sure at first how I was going to use it. I decided that I would make overnight oats with it.  I used the muesli, passion greek yogurt, almond milk, and fresh blueberries to make a couple of jars. I forgot to snap a picture of this so I snagged this photo from their website.

 

 

 

In addition to granolas, they also make oatmeal + hot cereal , granola + puffs cereal and cookie mixes.  They recently came out with a really cool cookbook called Eating Purely. Eating Purely is focused on cooking with whole foods that are naturally gluten free, nutrient rich, free of refined sugar and mostly plant based. The recipes are healthy, easy and delicious. You should definitely check it out!

Check out Purely Elizabeth online and also on their social media sites.

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What is your favorite breakfast cereal? Do you have a favorite granola? What is your favorite way to eat granola? Please share- I would love to hear from you! 

 

 

2 Responses to Friday Food Finds- Purely Elizabeth Review

  1. I love Purely Elozabeth. I discovered it over a year ago. Love mine added to yogurt for a crunch. I also like the Pumpkin and fig. Thanks for the idea of muffins.

    • Hi Sharon- I love it too! The pumpkin fig granola hands down is my favorite- let me know if you try the muffins!

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