Grab a bag of original granola to enjoy at home (Picture: Pret)
The way we eat has changed over the last year as working from home means no more grabbing breakfast on the go as you head to the office.
And while it’s great for our bank accounts, you might be missing out on some favourite treats.
To help, Pret has started selling some of its products in supermarkets.
Usually you buy the stuff as a topping on the breakfast pots in one of the chain’s stores.
But now you can pick up bags in four flavours exclusively at Tesco and then add the cereal to your own ingredients at home.
Of course, there are already lots of granolas out there but if you’re a fan of the Pret one in particular, this is your chance to stock up to make yoghurt pots or overnight oats.
The four flavours available in stores (Picture: Pret)
The options are:
- Original Granola (used in the Five Berry Yoghurt Bowl, the Sunshine Bowl and Acai Bowl)
- Dark Chocolate & Almond Granola
- Bircher Muesli (used in the Bircher Muesli Bowl)
- Coconut Crunch Granola.
Clare Clough, UK Managing Director of Pret A Manger said: ‘Our Pret breakfast bowls are some of our best-loved items in-shop, and we’ve been thrilled to see customers showing how they’ve been recreating these products at home over the past year.
‘With the launch of our first ever granola range, we’re hoping to bring the joy of Pret into more homes across the country – a delicious addition to our growing breakfast-at-home offer as we head into summer and look for more refreshing ways to start our day, and continue to give customers more options for how, when and where they can enjoy our recipes.’
The range will be available from today, April 19.
The Bircher Muesli will cost £3.25, while the other bags cost £3.50, which sits around the same price as other branded granolas at the supermarket.
Compared to buying the pre-made pots in stores, one pot of the five berry bowl costs £2.49, while the sunshine and acai bowls cost £3.39 – but of course that includes all the other ingredients.
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