Back in cavewoman times, sustenance was a forest-floor forage away. But if you’re following the popular Paleo diet today, you might have a hard time hunting down new snack ideas.
Chicago woman and marathon runner Brittany Chibe recently solved the problem for herself by creating Paleo Scavenger, a line of Paleo-approved homemade granolas that are perfect for on-the-go munching. (Order online or buy at these local stores.)
Made without grains, dairy, soy or refined sugars, Chibe’s original flavor is a combo of almonds, walnuts, almond flour, coconut, honey and vanilla. The result is granola that’s super soft and chewy--not clumpy or mouth-scrapingly dry. (There are also blueberry, cherry and maple-pecan versions.)
It’s delicious right out of the bag, though we also love this breakfast fruit-pizza recipe that benefits from the granola’s protein punch.
Got a sweet tooth? Later this spring, Chibe will introduce a chocolate granola made with cricket flour. As in bugs.
Your cavewoman ancestors would totally approve.