Healthy Snacking Options with Willamette Valley Granola Chips – Review & #Giveaway

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I am always on the look out for healthy snacks for my kids to eat. They tend to get tired of the same old apple, banana or string cheese to snack on so when I heard about Willamette Valley’s Granola Chips I wanted to try them out.

At Willamette they took a new spin on granola and created a light and crispy, bit-sized chip that is made from whole grains and are a great source of fiber.  They are all natural with whole grains filled with oats, barley, amaranth, and quinoa.  They also come in convenient (and portable!) resealable bags. Each serving has roughly 110 calories!  They have four different flavors to choose from

  • Butter Pecan
  • Wild Berry
  • Honey Nut
  • Vanilla Bean


We tried all 4 flavors, and I think my favorite was the wild berry.  My husband and daughter really liked the honey nut.  Now, when I first heard the name granola chips I kind of pictured in my head a chip like a Lays potato chip. But when I opened the bag I was a little surprised to see them. They were definitely chips but they were kind of thicker like a cracker and they tasted sweet not salty. Here’s a better look at them.  These are the wild berry ones.

I really liked these Granola Chips.  They were tasty, sweet, and filling.  I use my little yum yum bowl to help with portion size, and then I’m ready to go!  They are a good source of fiber, low fat, whole grain and they make a perfect healthy snacking option for the whole family.  At least my family loves them.  We just eat them around the house after school or work.  The resealable package makes it easy to throw in the car or in your bag and take when your out running around.  My daughter takes a handful on her way to dance since it’s during dinner on Wednesdays.  It gives her energy and holds her over tell she gets back home and can eat dinner.  We can’t have her dancing on an empty tummy!

Buy It:

If you’re looking for some healthy options for you and your kids check out the Willamette Valley Granola Company and their Granola Chips.  They have some yummy products to try.  You can purchase them at your local retailer or  Check here for a listing of available places near you.  Online they sell for $4.99 for a 6.2 oz bag.  You should also check out their facebook page that way you will be first to hear all their news!

Win It:

How would you like to try out these new delicious Granola Chips?  One Oh So Savvy Mom reader will win all 4 bags to sample. (One of each flavor)  Just enter below and good luck!

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  1. It was approved by Ashley Koff who was Named among the Top 10 registered dietitians in the U.S. by Today’s Dietitian Magazine. Thats great
  2. I learned amaranth is in the granola chips ! Maybe everyone else is totally familiar with that, but not me. love to try the wild berry or the butter pecan
  3. I learned that Williamette Valley Granola Chips are made with Oats, Barley, Amaranth & Quinoa. I didnt think this was possible, I am so excited to try them!
  4. Colleen Maurina says
    I learned that Willamette Valley Granola uses only all natural, non-GMO ingredients.
  5. I'm glad to know that they use only all natural, non-GMO ingredients. (And I learned how to pronounce the name. :)) Thanks for the giveaway!
  6. Ttrockwood says
    I learned dietician ashley koff endorses the product and there are links to her nutrition blog
  7. the vanilla bean sounds really tasty and you can buy them online!
  8. They make butter pecan granola chips - those sound amazing!
  9. I found it interesting that my local grocery store carries these products! Thanks.
  10. I found it interesting that they use non-GMO products.
  11. Williamette Valley Granola Chips are made with Oats, Barley, Amaranth & Quinoa
  12. They've been in business since 1973.
  13. they use awesome ingredients that are safe and good for people who are sensitive
  14. I was unfamiliar with amaranth. Granola? huh.
  15. Serena Powell says
    I learned that they have only 110 calories per serving
  16. jessica edwards says
    It uses all natural ingredients
  17. susan varney says
    I learned that with one successful book on digestive wellness already under her belt, Koff’s latest book, Mom Energy: A Simple Plan To Live Fully Charged, written in collaboration with celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler, launched in September 2011
  18. Tracie Brown says
    they are filled with quinoa !
  19. Stephanie Larison says
    I learned amaranth is in the granola chips
  20. kristy thiel says
    I found it interesting that they only use all-natural ingredients!
  21. Cody Anderson says
    I found it interesting that they are sold in my grocery store just down the street.
  22. Debbie Welchert says
    Willamette Valley has been making granola since 1973 and these would make a great healthy snack.
  23. This looks yummy
  24. They are 100% natural and the vanilla bean looks super yummy.
  25. I learned that granola with cottage cheese or protein based pudding is a good healthy snack!
  26. Michelle Small says
    I learned that they are 100 percent natural and have been making them since 1973.
  27. Non GMO since 1973
  28. I learned that they have non-GMO ingredients
  29. i found it interesting that willamette valley was practically the birthplace of granola
  30. the amaranth surprised me, everyone is using quinoia. ky2here at msn dot com
  31. I didn't know that there were different flavors of these chips, and the wild berry looks really delicious!
  32. josee philipp says
    only 110 calories per serving, yeah!
  33. I learned you can buy their products on
  34. I found it interesting that they have a dietitian that works for them. I am an RD myself so I always appreciate it when companies have dietitians on staff to consult on their products. It helps reinforce that they truly do want to offer the healthiest products possible.
  35. Seyma Shabbir says
    All natural and healthy! non GMO!
  36. I thought it was interesting that they've been making granola since 1973.
  37. They have been making granola since 1973.
  38. 100% natural!
  39. Sandra Clark says
    The Wild Berry will be my new healthy snack.
  40. i learned that they use only all natural, non-GMO ingredients
  41. I found it interesting that their dietitian sits on the board of Fitness Magazine.
  42. I think its cool that they have their own dietitian!
  43. we've been making it since 1973
  44. It's pronounced Wil-LAM-it.
  45. Williamette Valley Granola Chips are made with Oats, Barley, Amaranth & Quinoa sibabe64 at ptd dot net
  46. they are made with quinoa.
  47. Love that they work with a Dietician. She had a great tip...Mini-chip-whiches: Whether you make your ice cream sandwich using organic dairy ice cream or dairy-free coconut ice “cream” or a ready-made soy ice “cream” sandwich
  48. Eloise Carlson says
    I learned that you can buy there chips at Meijer, where I do a lot of my shopping and that these snacks are approved by Ashley Koff, an internationally renowned dietician. Thanks so much for hosting this great giveaway! furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net
  49. Marcia Goss says
    You can buy these at Kroger.
  50. Stephanie Grant says
    I learnt that they are great with Yogurt ;)
  51. That they have a dietician on staff. Also, I just find the entire idea of granola in chip form really interesting.
  52. susan smoaks says
    Koff’s latest book, Mom Energy: A Simple Plan To Live Fully Charged, was written in collaboration with celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler
  53. Pamela Halligan says
    It's interesting that these granola snacks are made with all natural, non-GMO ingredients.
  54. Diana Hatch says
    I learned they are all natural
  55. Noelle Cagle says
    That they've been making granola for almost 30 years! wow.
  56. amy deeter says
    only 110 calories per serving
  57. Ed Nemmers says
    Non Growth Modified Organisms are utilized here!
  58. I learned that they have only 110 calories per serving
  59. I found they use non-GMO products which pleases me ;)
  60. I love everything on their site, especially the design they made for their website looks so beautiful and easy to search. And I found that their products are non-GMO ingredients. Awesome! I would love to try it! Thanks for the giveaway
  61. 100% natural and been making them since 1973
  62. kathy pease says
    Named among the Top 10 registered dietitians in the U.S. by Today’s Dietitian Magazine and Best of LA’s Nutritionist/Dietitians by CitySearch three years running, Koff appears regularly on national media outlets, including Dr. Oz, Good Morning America Health, The Doctors, CNN, AOL and E!, and is the lead expert for the Huffington Post Living’s ‘Total Energy Makeover’ with Ashley Koff RD.
  63. I learned there are no GMOs in their products!
  64. Lucy Schwartz says
    I found out that there are NO stores within 50 miles of here to get the products, but it is available on Amazon.
  65. Laurie Emerson says
    I think it is interesting that they have been making it for almost 40 years! lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com
  66. The ingredients are all natural. They company was started in 1973 in Oregon.Thank you for the yummy giveaway! :)
  67. I like that they have been in business since 1973!