My range of cobnut products started as a ‘kitchen table enterprise’ and the Granola-muesli proved popular. But, you might ask, ‘Is it granola? Or is it muesli? And what’s the difference?’.
For granola the dry ingredients are baked with honey or maple syrup producing crunchy clusters while muesli consists of dry ingredients, dried fruits etc in a non-baked, free-flowing form. Mine is baked but not in clusters , before the dried fruits are added so its appearance is more like a muesli. That’s why I call it granola-muesli!
Lockdown this year gave me an opportunity to try out more products and Dukkha – a North African mix of spices and nuts - as well as ‘Cobnut Moments’, small coffee-time treats or an elegant gift, were added to the list.