For many years now we have been supplying Anahola Granola with honey for their delicious granolas and granola bars. We have become friends and colleagues, helping each other out when ever possible. We both are small family owned independent companies doing business in Hawaii and therefore have a lot in common.
Becky started her business in the valley of Anahola on Kauai back in 1986. She had a big organic garden, a 2-year old daughter and was making her own bread, granola and food. At the urging of a friend, she began selling her granola at holiday fairs in ziploc bags with a taped on label. The company has grown considerably but still remains a cottage industry; making everything in small batches and using prime ingredients from the island of Kauai. Big Island Bees ships 700lb barrels of raw honey on container ships to Anahola Granola for their products.
What we love the most about Anahola Granola is that their main focus is using as many Hawaiian products as possible. They support farmers and have been farming organically for over 40 years! They truly care about the ingredients in their product.
You can learn more about the company and purchase their granola on their website, anaholagranola.com. For those of you in Hawaii, you can also find their granola at Costco and many local supermarkets.
Anahola Granola, Lilikoi, Honey Parfait
- 1-cup plain Greek yogurt
- 4 small lilikoi fruits or 3 large
- 3 teaspoons Macadamia Blossom honey
- ¼ cup Anahola Tropical Granola
- Place ½ cup of the yogurt in the bottom of a glass.
- Cut the Lilikoi in half and scoop out the fruit in a separate bowl. Place half of the pulp on top of the yogurt in the glass.
- Drizzle with half of the Macadamia Blossom honey.
- Sprinkle with half of the granola.
- Repeat the order with the remaining ingredients.