I am not a fan of breakfast. It is my least favorite meal of the day. In fact, it was only when I moved to New Mexico that I started to eat breakfast on a regular basis. Yes, I know that was bad. But I was always in a hurry and I really didn’t like the breakfast food varieties.
I finally found Three Sisters Kitchen Granola through my shopping experience with MoGro. MoGro had Three Sisters Kitchen as an add on and I was intrigued. So I added the granola to my MoGro order.
Three Sisters Kitchen Cafe has been closed because of the pandemic, I started to shop online at Three Sisters Kitchen online store. Last time I ordered a large size, 50 ounces of granola(35). There is a 10 dollar shipping charge so I went large and bought several bags of granola. I will not run out. Now that I am a avid fan of the red chile, apricot, and pecan granola. We also have the green chile, apple, and date granola which is equally addicting. I add some Cherrios to the whole mix just because I like them.
I love the flavors of New Mexico in my mouth first thing in the morning. it is a way of starting out the day, right.
As I was exploring Three Sisters Kitchen website, there was a new product listed: prickly pear, ginger, and plum granola 6oz for 7 dollars. Prickly pear is a seasonal granola that is available for a limited time. Good to know.
There is also a granola three pack(25) for 3 different granolas: green chile, red chile and biscochito which are all 10 oz. These flavors can also be purchased separately in a 10 oz. bag for 9 dollars
I am excited to have something that is delicious and I don’t get hungry at 11am.
In the winter, I usually have blueberries with my granola. Right now, I am still able to get raspberries so here they are.
I was never a fan of milk either. It was easy for me to switch to almond milk which I like much better.
Three Sisters Kitchen is located on 109 Gold Ave SW in Downtown Albuquerque. Their phone number is 1.505.832.7237. It is a “non-profit community food space where delicious, affordable, and locally produced foods come together.” How cool is that???