Thursday, August 07, 2014

REVIEW - Nature’s Path

Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Some say breakfast is the hardest meal of the day.
Trying to get kids to eat breakfast can sometimes be a struggle.
During the summer holidays our girls get to choose a box of cereal, known as holiday cereal.
They almost always go for the high in sugar varieties.
So when approached to try out Nature’s Path Organic cereal I was curious
And the girls thought it was a lovely break from their regular cereal.

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We tried out the Heritage Flakes, Chocolate Koala Crisp and Corn Puffs Gorilla Munch.
They were all delicious and the girls were more than happy to devour them.
Sometimes a “different” cereal can get complaints because it isn’t as sweet or tasty as the “other” brands.
There were no such complaints this time.
Most Nature’s Path products are gluten free and wheat free.
They are always made from wholegrain ingredients, are organic, GMO Free, Kosher and Vegan.
So you know that what is in the box is good for you.
And don’t think it stops there
Because it doesn’t!
The packaging is super good for you too!!
The “kid” products come in a fun box that makes for a great source of brain food.

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The Chocolate Koala Crisp box was full of great information about koalas, while the Gorilla variety (Corn Puffs)
Has a box full of gorilla facts.

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If you are looking for a sugary alternative for breakfast
Then why not look at the Nature’s Path range.
You might be surprised
And you might be in for a treat.

Disclosure: This is not a paid sponsored post.
I received three boxes of “Nature’s Path” cereal for review purposes,
and all opinions expressed are purely my own.

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