Psst... We're working on the next generation of Chowhound! View >
HOME > Chowhound > Greater Boston Area >
Aug 19, 2013 08:02 PM

Granola as good as Cook's Farm?

I was not a granola fan until I tasted the the granola from Cook's Farm at my local farmers market. Now I'm addicted. My question is where else can I get granola that good?

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
  1. so, this is only half an answer. I have never eaten that Cook's Farm but I will look for it. The half answer that IS an answer is that, were I posting MY version of your question, it would be "Granola as good as Alice's?" This is produced by Formaggio's head baker and includes dried cherries, cashews, pistachios and pecans and more. Not too dry, not too sweet, my fav of a lifetime of granola.

    1. Never tried Cooks, but the granolas from Clear Flour and Mariposa are both to my liking.

      2 Replies
      1. re: Gabatta

        As big a fan of Clear Flour I am, their granola doesn't compare.

        1. re: Gabatta

          Mariposa's is delicious. Running low and will get to Union Sq this weekend for more! :)

        2. Another Cook's Farm fan here. Love the granola which I believe is sweetened with their own maple syrup. That may part of the reason you enjoy it.

          Earlier this year they had some granola bars that were wonderful and my husband is addicted to their oatmeal raisin cookies. Seems they have a way with oats!


          1. Early Bird Granola is to die for. I've seen it sold at Dave's Fresh Pasta in Davis Square. Otherwise, I've only seen it at farmers markets in New York.

            1. Tried some from Cooks today. Delish!