We not only love butter, but we wanted to support local producers here in upstate New York and offer our customers the transparency of where our ingredients come from. We originally started with a recipe using extra virgin olive oil, but decided to, instead, use delicious grass-fed butter sourced from a farm located only an hour and a half away from us.
While there is no added gluten in our product, our oats that we use in our product are not certified gluten-free. This means the oats may be processed in a facility that also processes gluten products. We are currently working towards finding a supplier that offers organic, gluten-free oats, as well as a manufacturer who has a gluten-free certified facility.
It keeps well for at least a few months after it's produced. We recommend storing it under cool, dry conditions, or even better - in the fridge to extend the shelf life. Reseal your bag tightly once opened or store in an air-tight container, as air will cause granola to go stale.
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Most people eat it straight out of the bag! You can most definitely put the rosemary and vanilla bean flavors on yogurt - in fact, our customers tend to prefer the rosemary on yogurt because of its unique, aromatic flavor. We suggest our savory granolas on soups, salads, gratins, you name it. Get creative! And check out our Instagram @bumbleandbuttersnacks or our blog for more ideas.
We've previously done 2 oz bags with a customized stamp as wedding favors. Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's see what we can do!
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