Cafes add Carmans to the menu for Breakfast Club promotion

18 November, 2015 by
Danielle Bowling

Leading cafes in Sydney and Melbourne have partnered with muesli manufacturer, Carman’s, as part of its new Breakfast Club promotion.

As part of the launch of its new Caf Granola range, Carman’s has teamed up with cafs including ST. Ali, and Devon Caf, which will be serving up dishes inspired by the brand’s new offering. 

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Throughout November, chefs at participating cafes have been serving dishes that incorporate a product from the new range.

“Each chef gets to show off their own interpretation and creative flair, while patrons are able to try Carman’s Caf Granola in ways they might not have ever tried at home,” Carolyn Creswell, founder of Carman’s said.

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The Breakfast Club launched in cafs in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane on 2 November and will run until Sunday 29 November.

Participating cafes and their Breakfast Club dishes include:

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  • ST. ALi, South Melbourne VIC: ‘Carman’s Chameleon’ – Coconut sago with Carman’s Macadamia, Red Apple & Plum Caf Granola, pineapple, mango puree, fresh mango and black sesame seed. 
  • Il Fornaio, St Kilda VIC: ‘Carman’s Mix and Matcha’ – Carman’s Macadamia, Red Apple & Plum Caf Granola with matcha and chamomile yoghurt, spring fruits, strawberry chia jam, lavender honey and blood orange crackers. 
  • Devon Caf, Surry Hills NSW: ‘Peaches ‘N Dream’ – Carman’s Almond, Pecan & Maple Caf Granola, vanilla and honey-spiced yoghurt, poached peach, freeze-dried strawberries and pineapple, and honeycomb. 
  • Dandelion & Driftwood, Hendra QLD: ‘The Maillard Reaction’ – French toasted brioche buns lightly fried in butter, sprinkled with Carman's Almond, Pecan & Maple Caf Granola, fresh blueberries, drizzled with maple syrup and sugar dusting.