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“New Year, New You!” GIVEAWAY and Feature/review on Boulder Granola!

Unleash your inner hippie… I love Boulder Granola’s awesome slogan. I know my friends always call me a “granola” not because I am one but because they THINK 😉 all my gluten free food is weird and super healthy. I have made them taste my stuff and now they know just how amazing gluten free can be. Boulder Granola’s gluten free, dairy free granola is no exception to this statement. It is just one more food item that proves how great gluten free can be! My husband and I just loved how the texture was softer than many but still had a nice little crunch. It reminded me of crushed macaroons in the flavor. Who doesn’t love macaroons?! We both agreed that it was best served over granola or fresh fruit. It wasn’t so crunchy that it made for an odd need to “bite” your yogurt but instead was soft enough to marry well with granola but still add a great textural difference. What a great way to start the day and really Unleash your inner hippie!

The other great thing about this company is that all of their products are also certified organic. I love knowing that what I put into my body and my kids bodies is free of pesticides and herbicides. Two convenient sizes are just one more thing that makes Boulder granola so versatile. There is a 12 oz. bag that is great for your cupboard and breakfasts daily while the 3 oz. size is just right for slipping into your purse, backpack or kiddos lunchbox! We loved Boulder Granola and know you will as well!

So are you ready to win some Boulder Granola products?!

**(1) Grand Prize Winner- will receive a 12 oz bag and a 3 oz bag of their Gluten free/Dairy Free granola all for themselves!!!

(Required) HERE’S HOW TO ENTER: (Make sure you are a follower of this blog AND please make sure to leave your e-mail with EVERY entry. If you don’t leave your e-mail, you will not be chosen as we do need some way to contact you. Thanks! 🙂

(Mandatory) Become a follower on Gluten Free Frenzy’s blog AND Visit Boulder Granola and tell me something you learned about the gluten free process of making this granola. If you are already a follower, please still leave a comment that you are and do the second part. If possible tell a friend about this site.

1. Visit our Facebook page and tell us what is your favorite way to enjoy gluten free granola.

2. Visit Boulder Granola on Facebook and thank them for this giveaway with a link to Gluten Free Frenzy. Leave a comment here saying you did.

3. Follow Boulder Granola and Gluten Free Frenzy on Twitter. Leave a comment here confirming you do.

4. Post about this giveaway on your blog, Facebook or Twitter with a link back to us and leave us a link to it here in the comments section.


*If you have any questions just post to me. Also, existing fans, and followers of Gluten Free Frenzy you MUST submit that you follow or are a fan to have it count as an entry. I can’t go through everyone and submit their entry just for being a fan on my own, so please post that you are already a fan or follower if you are and specify to what (ex. Facebook, blog…) THIS IS A BLOG GIVEAWAY SO ALL ENTRIES TO WIN MUST BE DONE ON THIS BLOG POST…

*Giveaway ends Tuesday, January 31st 2012 at 11:59 PM (MST). This giveaway is open to U.S. readers only.

*Please keep in mind that this is not a dedicated gluten free facility. They do however, meet the standards for gluten free labeling on their gluten free cookies. Please always use your own discretion when choosing to enjoy a gluten free product as we are not responsible for any one else and their consumption of these products.

**This company provided me with sample product for review purposes on this website. I was not paid or compensated in any other way for my reviews. They are my opinions and my opinions alone.


  1. They keep the oats seperate from other grains to make sure it is GF. I'm a follower of your blog
    sarahhawkes at live dot com

  2. I'm a follower. Gluten free oats are kept separate from other grains.

  3. I'm a follower. Gluten free oats are kept separate from other grains.

    immortalb4 at gmail dot com

  4. I commented on your page

    immortalb4 at gmail dot com

  5. They keep their oats separate from other grains from farm to table to make sure it is GF.

    I'm a long-time follower of your blog

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