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Crunchy Oat Granola Banoffee Pie

We've taken a traditional banoffee pie recipe and given it a granola twist. Using our Simply Granola with a hint of honey creates the most satisfying crunchy base.

This recipe is so easy but oh so tasty and perfect for gatherings with family and friends.

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Granola Breakfast Cups

Breakfast served in granola cup? Yes please! Crunchy Oat Granola baked into perfect little breakfast cups then filled with cool yogurt and topped with fresh fruit.

Raisin Chocolate Crunchies

Raisin Chocolate Crunchies

These tasty crunchies use Jordans Country Crisp Flame Raisin to add the delectable crunch, which is then smothered in lush velvety chocolate...Trust us when we say you'll be going back for 2nds...3rds...4ths...

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Harvest Festival LIVE!

On the 9th of October 2020, we partnered with The Wildlife-trusts, Eco-Schools and pop-sensation-come-farmer JB Gill to host the UK’s first ever virtual harvest festival. This was in response to the Coronavirus pandemic which had prevented the traditional school Harvest Festival.

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Flapjack Bites

These delectable breakfast bites combine Jordans Country Crisp Chunky Nut and our Chunky Traditional Porridge to make the best breakfast bite you've ever had.

Rather like a flapjack crispy cluster.... did we just re-invent the wheel?

Pancake brunch

Granola Pancakes

Breakfast, Brunch or Dessert, this recipe is just so versatile. A treat for Pancake lovers.

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Enter our fantastic competition to get your garden or greenspace BURSTING WITH NATURE this spring.

We’ve teamed up with the very lovely Katie Rushworth from ITV’s Love Your Garden, and not only could you WIN a £2000 garden voucher, the lucky winner will also receive a personal garden consultation with Katie too!

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Make a planter from Wellies

I bet you’ve got an old pair of wellies lurking about in the garden shed that are growing cobwebs. So why not give them a new lease of life and create something for your garden, patio or balcony? If you plant them with flowers, you’ll be providing food for pollinators like bees and butterflies, or you could grow Strawberries or Tomatoes in them too so you can have fresh fruit to pick for your breakfast and supper!

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Upcycling can be fun and if you get the kids involved in this project, they’ll be helping biodiversity too! By upcycling a milk carton into a bird feeder, you can let your creative juices flow and then sit and admire all the different species of birds enjoying your tasty treats!

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