Attune Munch Granola Review and Giveaway!

I love getting fun things in the mail.  I received a surprise box from Attune Foods last week and opened it up to find granola!  I love Attune bars and you all know I love cereal.  John and I could barely wait to try these.

Attune Munch is granola with a twist – they have added probitoics to the granola (just like their chocolate bars).  The probiotics are in the form of yogurt chips or as prebiotics in the chocolate granola.  A 1 ounce portion of granola has 1 billion probiotic CFUs (colony-forming unit).  Not sure I need a billion, but that’s okay LOL!

There were 3 kinds in the box:


Each of the photos below is a measured serving size of 1 oz, which has 120 calories, 4.5 g of fat, 3 grams of fiber, and 2 gram of protein.

Chocolate: Oat clusters rolled in Dutch cocoa powder mingle with rich chocolate chips for a satisfying healthy treat.

My notesyou know those no bake oatmeal chocolate cookies?  This tastes exactly like those.  Big trouble for me!  This was John’s favorite.

Apple CinnamonApple and cinnamon infuse into whole grain oat and brown rice crisp clusters mixed with yogurt chips.

My notes – I think this was my favorite.  Light crispy texture. It was very apple-y tasting and I adored the yogurt chips.  They really are what make this different than regular granola.

Maple NutWhole grain oat and brown rice clusters rolled in maple syrup, this granola is flecked with pecans and yogurt chips.

My notes:  Maple!  Nice maple flavor to this.  Not much in the way of pecans, though, just little teeny pieces.  Again, the yogurt chips are what made it.

Overall a very,  very tasty granola.   Definitely one of my favorite types so far in my granola findings!  Fairly small serving size for calories, as it pretty typical for granolas.  Like other premium granolas, it is a little pricey at $5.99 a bag.

You can find Munch in the yogurt aisle at A&P, Waldbaum’s, King’s, and King Kutter at least.  I have asked my local Hannaford to bring this in as well.


Now for the giveaway!  Attune Foods has offered to give one bag of Munch of your choice to a lucky recipient!

This is open for US residents only (sorry).

To enter, just comment below with your favorite way to use granola.  I will draw a comment number via random.org and announce the winner on Thursday September 30th!

For additional entries, just link this on your facebook page or on your blog.  Leave a separate comment below if you do this.

Happy Munching!

Please note that Attune Foods sent me these products. I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own.

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31 thoughts on “Attune Munch Granola Review and Giveaway!

  1. Roxie

    Looks yummy!

    I’m trying to amend my office culture from birthday cakes to adding a fruit/yogurt “bar” for celebrations. This granola would make a fabulous addition to the “bar”.
    .-= Roxie´s last blog ..Real Food Wins =-.

  2. Sandi

    These look so tasty I would eat them plain but I usually add some granola to my greek yogurt. I also make homemade granola and eat it as a cereal.

    Sandi

  3. Rachel Palmieri

    I love Attune and have had a problem finding this granola! I would probably just snack on it but I do like to mix granola with some yogurt (and I just discovered the awesomeness of Greek yogurt)!

  4. runnin4fun

    I eat greek yogurt,banana, and granola every single day. That chocolate granola does look like crumbled no bake cookies!

  5. Dawn

    I’ve never had anything Attune. The chocolate looks yummy. I don’t eat much granola but when I do it’s usually in yogurt for that little bit of crunch.
    .-= Dawn´s last blog ..12 Miles =-.

  6. Kellie

    I like granola on my frozen yogurt. I love the crunch and I feel better adding that instead of candy bars:)

  7. Regan

    Well I hate to be simple, but on top of some creamy greek yogurt is the best! It’s also a nice and healthy topping for some ice cream mmm

  8. Pubsgal

    A little bit of granola goes a loooong way for me. I’d use it sparingly as a topping on yogurt, or perhaps put a little in my protein pancakes. I could see this working as a topping for protein muffins or bars, too. That is, if the Mr. didn’t eat it all first…he loves granola! ;-D

    Lori, does this need to be refrigerated like the Attune bars?
    .-= Pubsgal´s last blog ..Go- SuperBoo- Go! =-.

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