Trail Breakfast – Archer Farms Granola

Archer Farms Granola

Just a quick post to let you all know about a cool ‘food find’ as Sarah would say. My wife just picked up a bunch of individual serving size packets of Archer Farms granola breakfast cereals at our local Target store. They were on sale at 50% off ($0.48) each. That’s a great price for a ready-made and nutritional trail breakfast. I don’t know if this is as good as my home-made hot granola, but I’ll let you know.

Bonus: They come in a sturdy foil bag that has a flat bottom to let the packets stand upright. So when you’re on the trail all you need to do is snip off the top, add some powdered milk and pour in the desired amount of hot water, leave stand for a minute and enjoy!

Archer Farms Granola

Each package is a full serving, unlike other dehydrated meal packets that actually have 2 servings per pouch. So this makes it super easy to deal with on the trail. Has anyone else tried Archer Farms granola or any other pre-pacakged granola cereals?

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12336405315814453842 Matt DeWitt

    awesome going down there tonight to check for that price.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12336405315814453842 Matt DeWitt

    shopped for the clearance section and none to be found at my Target. I did get some for full price .99 to try. My son wanted to see if they would work for him. Thanks for the tip.

  • http://www.takealonghike.com/ Ray Anderson

    Found them at 99cents a portion at a Target in Hanover, Mass. I bought Blueberry With Flax, French Vanilla Almond Crunch, and Pecan Sticky Bun. The FV Almond Crunch granola was tasty, and I’m sure the others are also. However, at 1.9 ounces each, I think 99 cents is too much.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09628095804170935682 Brian

    Sorry it wasn’t on sale at your local Target stores, must have been at just my local one. Definitely keep an eye out for them in the future. At $1 a piece I’m lees inclined to buy them, but for $0.48 they’re great.