Quinoa Crunch – Nut-free Granola with dried mulberries

10 oz
Hungry Bird Eats


Looking for a healthy and delicious breakfast? Look no further than Hungry Bird Eat’s delicious granola! The granola is baked locally in small batches at the Hungry Bird Eats bespoke kitchen in East Orange, ensuring that each batch is made with care and attention to detail.

Hungry Bird Eat’s granola is made with only the finest, mainly organic, ingredients and is vegan and nut-free with added quinoa to provide an extra crunch, as well as the sweet flavors of vanilla and dried mulberries. The granola is sweetened naturally with organic maple syrup.

What sets Hungry Bird Eat’s granola apart is the care and attention that is put into each batch. The small batch production ensures that the granola you order is fresh and delicious, perfectly baked and has that super-yummy, crunch.

You can enjoy the granola with milk or Greek yogurt. It’s also delicious as a topping for ice cream and desserts.

Mitzie Mee – Sanne: I like how versatile the granola is and I love the light and crunchy texture. I sometimes mix in a bit of chopped chocolate for some extra indulgence. So delicious as an ice cream topping along with fresh fruit and berries.

10 oz. Bakery bag

Ingredients: Rolled Oats*, Maple Syrup*, Quinoa*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*, Sunflower Seeds*, Chia Seeds*, Pumpkin Seeds*, Sesame Seeds*, Dried Mulberries*, Vanilla Extract (Water Alcohol (35%))Sea Salt, *Organic

About Hungry Bird Eats

Hungry Bird Eats is on a mission to produce high-quality, delicious and healthy snacks for kids and adults. The company was founded in Brooklyn in 2016 by my friend Tina Diep, a Danish architect and food blogger, and the products are inspired by Scandinavian recipes and a commitment to using only real, good-for-you, ingredients.

Tina began her quest for creating better snacks after learning that her son Ike was allergic to nuts and soy. Finding that most snack foods on the market were heavily processed and contained these allergens, she decided to make her own. Tina is originally from Denmark and the traditional Danish Knækbrød (crisp bread, a kind of multi seed cracker) was a source of inspiration, from which she created an on-the-go snack variation. She soon began sharing her homemade creations with neighbors and friends, who all liked the healthy and tasty snacks and after a short while, she was ready to launch her first Nordic Crisp product, Rye + Sea Salt, which is an addictive, slow-carb, baked seed cracker made of organic rye flour, lightly touched with olive oil, and filled with superfood ingredients such as organic chia seeds, flax seeds, and pumpkin seeds.

Soon after, Hungry Bird Eats was launched commercially on the retail and wholesale market, followed by the addition of a second, hand-made, Nordic Crisp product; Multi-Seeds + Oregano, made entirely with gluten-free ingredients, and the rest is history.

Today, the snacks from Hungry Bird Eats are sold in hundreds of physical and online stores. Tina’s original Rye + Sea Salt crisps have won a Good Food award, and so has the recently launched Fennel + Onion variant.  Tina now operates out of a bakery in East Orange NJ, and she has expanded her product range to also include a selection of nut-free granola, building her healthy snacking empire, one cracker at a time.