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Trader Joe’s Peanut Butter Protein Granola

This is one of my ABSOLUTE favorite things to add to my morning breakfast yogurt with a few fresh raspberries. Not only is it absurdly delicious on its own, but paired with a rich and creamy yogurt, and topped with your favorite fresh fruit, it’s the perfect start to any morning.

What is Peanut Butter Protein Granola?

This granola is crunchy and chunky rolled oat clusters packed with a big peanut butter taste, peanuts and pea protein. It gives an extra crunch to anything you want to add it in. Also works perfect as an afternoon or late night munchie!

Not only is this granola everything you want – crunchy, sweet, chunky, and savory – but its also PACKED with extra protein to add to any breakfast, mid-day snack, or late night snack. There are 11g of protein per serving, and trust me, you’re going to find yourself reaching back into the bag for more.

Where In the Store?

You can find this Peanut Butter Granola in the cereal aisle of Trader Joe’s.

How to Use Trader Joe’s Peanut Butter Granola.

My favorite way to eat this granola is added to my morning yogurt, topped with fresh raspberries or whatever fresh berries or fruit I have in the house.

My second favorite way to eat this is straight out of the bag by the handfuls! Trust me, you won’t be able to get enough of this granola. I think it would also be an excellent addition to any trail mixes, cereals, açaí bowls or even in your favorite smoothie.

The Review

I love that this product has 11g of protein that I can add to my breakfast routine, or just have as a midday snack. The only downside I would have to say is the amount of sugar per serving, but other than that I’m loving this product.

Buy It Again?

I have, and will continue to buy this granola again. Make sure to give it a try next time you’re at your local Trader Joe’s!!

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