By Brendan Martin Coyne.

• Tall teal blue coffee mug by Kiran Pottery.
• Wooden bowl from Peterman’s Bowls, Gill MA.

Amanda Smallwood, a second-grade teacher, created a successful granola business as an extension to her successful blog Maple & Thyme, to feed her desire to create along with her love of the culinary arts. With an impressive background in the fine dining and French baking worlds, Amanda puts forth her best work yet with the delicious and creative combinations of granola that she recommends you pair with yogurt, ice cream, or straight out of the bag.

There are various flavors and styles of granola: Maple Pecan, Lemon Pistachio, Campfire S’mores, Hawaii Mix, Orange Almond, Banana Macadamia Nut, Ginger Cranberry, and Key Lime. You can buy packages of individual servings (a mix or all one flavor), 11-ounce bags, or even large mason jars full of granola. You can order online or find the granola at the Braintree Farmers’ Market (Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm), the Canton Farmers’ Market (Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm), and the Hingham Farmers’ Market (Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm).

Follow Amanda on Instagram (mapleandthymeblog) and Facebook, to see what farmers’ market they will be at next! If you can’t make it, simply order some online!

Maple and Thyme Granola
Canton, MA