Gifts of Granola

I love jars and glass pots.

I collect them, from yogurt ones to Bonne Maman, Weck pots, Mason Jars and the list goes on.

I love gifts. Of food. Of utensils. Or life and love.

These two pots of granola, a wonderful gift from P which made its way from New York without incident are wonderful.

Let me just say they are awesome.

P is such a darling – she made two jars: one with nuts and the other without, in case we suffered from nut allergies.

We haven’t stopped snacking on them since we arrived – everyone, from family to friends. I really should take it off the dining table. Lol.

Granola is a wonderful gift to share, at any time. has a wonderful guide to help you on your way.

It is also quite versatile – you can make bars, use it in parfaits, enjoy as cereal and on and on and on.


Thank you so much P.

Much love xxx[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Gifts of Granola – – – [/wpurp-searchable-recipe]


  1. Hi KitchenButterfly,

    I discovered your website a week ago and I now spent my days dreaming about recipes using Nigerian ingredients. I am new in the country and I like experimenting recipes.
    I just saw that you have a collection of jars: any tips where I can buy some? Same for canisters: I did not bring the ones I owned and now I bitterly regret my decision!



    • Hello CalabariChick, thank you. To be honest, I get the jars from all sorts of places – some from stores in Lagos (I am constantly checking the aisles) and some when I go away – from, etc. Some are also gifts – so basically every and any where.

      Some are recycled jam or food jars…

      Where are you based?

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