Spring Things

March 29, 2011

Guess what is finally here?!

Well, yes, spring, but more importantly…our annual Spring Mix. Presenting: Spring Things!

Celebrate spring with sunny corn flakes, goldenraisins, wild blueberries and sunflower seeds. Besides being light and naturally delicious, this recipe will boost your energy levels so you can knock out that yard work (or any other spring things) before lunch.
Try our new spring mix today and let our cereal mixologists know what you think at contact@meandgoji.com.

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chocolate & goji

September 14, 2010

you’ve waited all summer to get your chocolate fixing back into your cereal bowl. and now that temperatures have finally cooled off, your wait is over.

me & goji is happy to report that chocolate items are now back on the website!  so whether you like a touch of bitterness from the cacao nibs or a chocolate feast from choco gojis, cranberries and peanuts, we got you covered (we always order double the amount cocoa almonds whenever alexander is around)!

start adding some tasty treats to your mix today!

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cocoa almonds

March 28, 2010

it starts simply enough with an almond. but then the magic happens through a chocolate coating and a cocoa dust finishing.

words cannot do these little guys justice, they are irresistible. so much in fact that we had to request two samples because alexander ate the first package during a NCAA commercial break (he has since been put on sampling time out).

add some of these soul-satisfying, senses-scintillating, taste bud-teasing orgiastic feast for the mouth, include in your favorite cereal and prepare for breakfast bliss (and a little chocolate milk). start mixing!

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it’s a party in your bowl when you add these small, but oh so mighty cacao nibs to your mix.

whether at a cabana beach party or the breakfast table, this antioxidant filled pick me up is actually one of nature’s best mood enhancers.

what are these innocent crumbly brown pieces? they’re actually the edible part of the cocoa bean after it has been cleaned, roasted and hulled. after a multitude of steps (involving a multitude of continents) you get what are known as cacao nibs. now these are what chocolate is made from.

eat them just as they are.. but don’t get fooled by their unassuming size. these are not your typical valentine’s day kisses that have been bunched and mashed into a paste with some added cocoa butter and sugar and maybe a little lecithin to keep everything running smoothly. Cacao nibs are far richer, more intense in flavor because of their raw, pure state. basically, they are naked chocolate.

so add some unadulterated goodness to your next mix. i can’t promise things won’t get a little crazy. cacao, can you handle it?


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get your tastebuds ready; we just added 4 new premium ingredients.  guaranteed you have never tried (or maybe even heard of) at least one of them!

we are going to profile each of them here this week.  first up:

goldenberries (aka gooseberries aka incan berries)

goldenberries: yummy little nuggets

discover why you need to these delicious superfoods in your cereal after the jump
(past superfood featured: raw caocao nibs)

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