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What do you eat for breakfast? I am guilty many times of not eating. You would think that would be good (not eating) but actually, it’s not good. I end up snacking on crackers or whatever random little snack is laying around. I have a friend who is all about exercise, eating well thought out meals and basically eating a well balanced diet. She is everything I am not when it comes to that kind of stuff. She told me to try eating yogurt and adding a small amount of granola or some kind of a crunchy cereal as a topping as my breakfast. I usually buy a plain dairy free yogurt and add a crunchy cereal topping. Kashi Go Lean Crunch cereal happens to be one of my favorite cereals on the planet so when Shaws asked if I would like to share their “Oats Made Great” campaign, I said of course!
We only had frozen blueberries in the freezer from our smoothie extravaganza last weekend (my son is hooked on smoothies) so I added a few to my yogurt and Go Lean Crunch. Strawberry’s are yummy too as a topping.
I absolutely love the big crunchy clustered oats and how delicious it tastes with yogurt. I am not a fan of plain old yogurt so this crunchy topping is perfect for me. Too much of anything is not good so I normally buy the small cups of yogurt and mix a 1/2 cup of Go Lean Crunch topped with cut up fruit and this tides me over for a few hours until lunch.
Doesn’t it look delicious?
Shaws has a fun campaign going on right now where you can share your “oats made great” over on their website. Click here to see how to enter your own fun creation. Kashi Go Lean Crunch along with their strawberry cereal bars are two of my favorites for breakfast. How about you? What is your favorite breakfast food?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons, ACME Markets, Jewel-Osco, Shaw’s, Star Market. The opinions and text are all mine.
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