Purely Elizabeth Ancient Grain Oatmeal and Granola Review and Giveaway.

Purely Elizabeth sent me a pack of their ancient grain oatmeal and Pumpkin fig ancient grain granola to review. The package was beautifully packed with care and smelled wonderful. All of the Purely Elizabeth products are certified gluten-free, organic, vegan, non gmo. They are also refined sugar free, use ancient grains, use nutrient dense ingredients and are simple and delicious.

The team at Purely Elizabeth is also kindly giving away 2 packs of Oatmeal and granola to the blog readers! 2 winners will be chosen to receive a pack of oatmeal and granola each! Please enter the giveaway at the end of the post.


The ancient grain oatmeal is quick cooking, made with organic gluten-free oats, quinoa, amaranth flax, hemp and chia, infused with superfoods for a healthy spin on a breakfast classic. With 7g of protein, 5g of fiber and 460mg of omega-3 fatty acids, no added sugar, each bite packs a powerful punch and a deliciously satisfying flavor. Ready in just two minutes, Ancient Grain Oatmeal is perfect for the active health-nut on-the-go. A favorite way to enjoy it is soaked overnight or topped with fresh fruit, nut butter, maple syrup or a sprinkle of our Ancient Grain Granola.

Thank you Purely Elizabeth for the fun package!


The Pumpkin fig Granola has quinoa, an ancient grain considered a complete protein; amaranth, high in b vitamins; chia seeds- providing excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber and antioxidants; and raw virgin coconut oil, organic pumpkin seeds, dried figs, organic coconut palm sugar, organic sunflower seeds, organic chia seeds, organic cinnamon, sea salt. Once you open the bag, the warm cinnamon hits you. The chewy crunchy granola disappears too quickly. Oter granola options include Blueberry Hemp, Cranberry Pecan and Original. 

Purely Elizabeth also has cookie mixes and pancakes mixes, all of which are gluten-free and vegan. Check out all the products here




I made the Ancient grain Oatmeal according to instructions and added a pinch of saffron and cardamom so it reminded me of Indian kheer (pictured below) . And the verdict. I can actually eat this oatmeal! For some reason I am not a fan of plain oatmeal. Probably the texture that puts me off. I can eat Oats in every other way. This oatmeal has a good load of other cereals making it more of a hot cereal that oatmeal, which works much better for me. top with the granola and fruits and eat up.




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Comments

  1. Laura W says

    My favorites are the Original and the Blueberry. They are so delicious! I am absolutely obsessed! I rave about this granola to everyone :)

  2. says

    Would love to try these. Definatly the Pumpkin Date and I’m not a fan of “regular” oatmeal either but you make this one sound great. I’m going to have to look for them.

  3. says

    I was raised on healthy foods and it has continued over the years even transitioning from vegetarian to vegan. I am anxious to try this! Pumpkin and figs are two strong favorites. Would be good too for a simple dinner option.

  4. says

    Never heard of this brand! Thanks for the review and giveaway. Pumpkin Fig sounds great, but I love the combination of blueberries and oats.

  5. Michelle says

    I can eat granola for breakfast, lunch and dinner mmm! I think my favorite flavor would actually be good old plain original.

  6. Terri Cole says

    Both the pumpkin fig and the blueberry hemp granolas look wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win these goodies!

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  7. Elle says

    Their Original Granola looks like it would be my favorite. I love putting granola in yogurt and oatmeal.

  8. Mae rockmeamadeus@live.com says

    Pumpkin and fig just sounds like the most fantastic combination ever! And adding peanut butter might make the most heavenly sounding breakfast ever.

  9. says

    blueberry hemp! Though I love granola, too much, so hoestly the oatmeal may last a tad bit longer because I’d eat the whole bag of granola at once. They all sound great!

  10. Anonymous says

    Cranberry Pecan definitely sounds like it would be my favorite! Just the right mix of rich and tart, mmm.

  11. says

    The Pumpkin fig Granola with quinoa sounds like a favorite to me. It would dress up my current plain quinoa for sure.

  12. Nirvana says

    I’ve heard about this granola before, but haven’t had a chance to try it yet! Blueberry Hemp and Pumpkin Fig sound amazing.

  13. rebecca sangiacomo says

    love the original. if im not making my own homemade granola, this is the only one I buy. I also got my mom eating it {loves the cranberry}

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