Holy Crap makes a tasty breakfast treat
Ok, ok, I admit it, part of the reason I’m so enamoured with this product is because of the name. It also doesn’t hurt that it's all-natural, organic, vegan-friendly, and locally produced.
Practically speaking, though, Holy Crap packs quite a nutritional punch with its mixture of seeds, nuts, grain, and dried fruit. You can add it as a topping to cereal, oatmeal, or warm it up with some milk, although my preferred method is to stir some into a cup of French vanilla yogurt.
Holy Crap can be purchased at roughly 40 health food and grocery stores throughout the Lower Mainland. For a complete list of locations where you can get your hands on this tasty treat, see the company’s website. You can also get Holy Crap through that same website, starting at $39.95 for 3 bags.
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