If you haven't yet tried these granolas, you are in for a real treat. They are scrumptiously delicious nobbly oat granolas; perfectly blended with jumbo oats, sunflower seeds, sweetened with banana, sultanas and brown sugar, toasted in extra virgin rapeseed oil and finished with warming notes of ginger and cinnamon. We can guarantee you'll be addicted in no time.
"I've always played around with recipes and during the first covid lockdown in the spring of 2020 I was thrilled to be able to get delicious ingredients from Somerset Foodie.
While using their jumbo oats, seeds and nuts and Fussels cold pressed rapeseed oil to make my granola I got fabulous results and was inspired to develop some new versions. I've had great fun testing out samples on family and friends and researching 100% compostable and biodegradable packaging solutions.
There are four varieties, all hand-made in small batches: The Original One, with juicy plump sultanas and gently toasted sunflower seeds; The Fruity One, with the addition of luscious apricots and cranberries. The Seedy One is packed with nutritious sunflower, pumpkin, chia and linseeds; and The Nutty One bursts with almonds and hazelnuts"
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Our honey is made by bees less than one mile away from our warehouse here in Rode in Somerset.It's bottled by master bee-keeper Donald Mudie who also happens to be a friend of ours. Donald's Somerset Honey is delicious, healthy, local and a store-cupboard essential for every foodie household.
We are really proud to stock beautiful Class A Free Range eggs from local artisan producer Rupert's Fancy Fowls.Rupert's eggs taste superb and are laid by happy hens, living their best lives just 2 miles away from the Somerset Foodie warehouse in Rode.
Hey! I'm April and I run The Leafy Tea Company, which I started when I was 16 and is nearly 5 years old! I started the business to introduce people to great tasting tea without the hassle of loose leaf and without the dust of 'standard' tea bags. Tea that tastes as good as it smells.
Well well, I appear to have cultivated a cinnamon bun habit...
..& I don’t mind one bit.
We now have a weekly rolling order of 4 cinnamon buns. Fairly often there's only two in the box when we get home though.. Love them with a cup of tea, & as the weather turns we’ve been warming them in the oven - upside down, so that they don’t give up their gooey goodness to the baking tray.