Rheinische Post

We at HIVE The Good Life were very excited to get the opportunity to tell our story to the Rheinische Post.  It was a great opportunity to introduce the goodness of HIVE granolas to a larger audience.

At the time of interview we were trying to complete an order of 220 bags of 200g Salted Caramel for a client in under 10 days.  This is not a big task for large manufacturing companies that produce en masse, but for us at HIVE, and our partner bakery at Südpark, Düsseldorf WfaA, every package is hand labeled and filled by hand, a more time consuming process.

This year we plan to be at the Düsseldorf Gourmet Festival which is from 23-25 of August 2024, we are looking-forward to meeting our clients and introducing HIVE granolas to a wider audience. If you would like to know more about upcoming events (click Here)

The article in the Rheinische Post mentioned a banana bread recipe I was testing.  I do not use any sweeteners in my banana bread as I believe the banana is sweet enough.  If you prefer a sweeter taste add maple syrup to the mashed bananas you are using until you reach desired sweetness.

Depending on the amount of bananas I use and the consistency I am after I determine the oat flour and granola. So the more bananas the softer and mushier the bread.

 1-4 ripe banana (mashed) 1 cup HIVE granola, 1 cup oat flour, 1 tsp baking soda, 1 tsp vanilla mix and bake for 30-40 minutes at 180 degrees, let cool before slicing.

I constantly play around with this basic recipe, adding different HIVE granolas, or HIVE Pecan Porridge and Walnut Musli.  

Since the article was written, I have injured my middle finger.  So I might be running slow please bear with me and know that I am so grateful for your support.

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