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  • Bing Cherries

    A 2006 study from The Journal of Nutrition suggests that consuming Bing cherries may reduce certain inflammatory markers in the body. Anthocyanins (which give cherries their red color) are an antioxidant that has been shown to potentially reduce inflammation and possibly lowering risk of certain diseases.
  • Coconut

    Coconut is well known for its nutritious and healing properties. It is the only natural source of beneficial Lauric acid (other than human breast milk).
  • Honey (Organic)

    Our organic honey is a natural source of energy for the body, high in natural antioxidants. Honey is high in glucose and fructose. These sugars are quickly absorbed, providing the body with boost of energy. Honey is rich in vitamins, amino acids, calcium, iron, magnesium and zinc, all of which are essential to good health.
  • Pecans

    Pecans contain the highest amount of antioxidants of any tree nut. Pecans are also chock-full of minerals. Manganese, of which pecans offer a whopping 245% of the daily value per serving, is very good for your heart.
  • Pure Vanilla Powder

    We use organic pure vanilla powder in our recipes, which unlike the much more common vanilla extract flavoring, is alcohol and gluten free.
  • Whole Grain Oats (Organic)

    Whole grain oats are an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, shown to lower cholesterol and the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Vanilla Cherry Pecan Toasted Muesli

Made with pure ground vanilla, natural Bing cherries and rich, nutty pecans, our Vanilla Cherry Pecan Toasted Muesli is so good we often eat it as dessert (though it’s just as healthy as the other mixes)! Sure to be a crowd pleaser, we love this mix topped with creamy vanilla yogurt for an “indulgent” breakfast, snack or dessert.