Kitch is a Central Texas-based no-grain granola company whose products are available online and at several local retailers. The owners are Gloriana Guerra Koll, left, and Keesha Waits. Photo from Kitch.

Gloriana Guerra Koll and Keesha Waits met at culinary school, but it took them having kids and switching to a grain-free diet for them to decide to start Kitch, a snack company specializing in no-grain granola.

The Cedar Park-based business sells grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free and dairy-free granolas in three flavors: Holy-Coco-Cacao, When Honey Met Maple and You’re the Apple of My Chai. They also have a summer peach flavor available online at

So, what’s granola without oats? Even though you can buy gluten-free oats, Koll and Waits make their granolas with raw nuts, seeds and dried fruits tossed with natural sweeteners and spices. In addition to eating granola in a more traditional way, with milk or yogurt at breakfast, the bakers suggest using it as a topping on salads or sweet potatoes.

You can buy the granola — about $9 for an 8 oz. bag, but you can also buy smaller sizes online — at Juiceland, Daily Juice Cafe and the Lakeline and Mueller farmers markets.