UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed. Congrats Marie R. of Virginia!
A healthy breakfast doesn’t need a recipe, when you have the right wholesome ingredients on hand.
When farmers’ markets and well-stocked produce departments provide no excuses for me to have fresh fruit aplenty, it’s such an easy, healthy breakfast to dice up fresh strawberries, or whole blueberries or raspberries and mix into a lowfat vanilla yogurt. Top it off with a crunchy granola like Kellogg’s Origins line, and I’ve just supersized my fiber and whole grain counts!
There’s something about the texture of a crispy granola – or even a Fruit & Nut Muesli – balancing the smooth texture of yogurt, that has even my kids begging for more.
The new Kellogg’s Origins line includes six new varieties of cereals, granolas and mueslis, including:
- Cereals: Touch of Honey Ancient Grains Blend, and cranberry Walnut Fruit & Nut Blend
- Ancient Grains Granolas: Apple Raisin, and Cranberry Almond with Pumpkin Seed
- Mueslis: Apricot Cashew Coconut with Almonds, and Raisin Apricot Cranberry with Pumpkin Seeds
You can pick up Kellogg’s Origins line at Kroger, Meijer, Safeway, Hannaford and select Walmart locations.
Kellogg’s sent me their products to try, and have also provided me with the most wholesome giveaway ever, so that one of you can try their new Origins line completely free!
One lucky Chaos Is Bliss reader will win this prize package (above), including:
- Kellogg’s Origins Ancient Grains Cereal
- Kellogg’s Origins Granola
- Kellogg’s Origins Muesli
- … and a $50 Amazon gift card!
Use that brand new Amazon gift card on some pretty placemats or breakfast bowls to make you feel all happy when you crunch away!
EXTENDED! The giveaway ends at 11:59pm ET on July 4, 2015. Good luck!
I make breakfast healthy by adding fibers and fruit into it.
Lisa Brown says
I make it healthy by eating veggies every morning in an omelet
We always try to have good protein with breakfast for lasting energy. Breakfast is also a good time to sneak in your first fruit serving of the day!
Samantha K says
I always try to include a good source of protein and to include whole foods. 🙂
I keep it simple with whole grain cereal, organic milk and a banana.
In the Fall & Winter we eat chunky oatmeal with raw nuts and dried fruit. This time of year we just try to incorporate what ever summer fruits are in season.
I always try to incorporate a lot of different fruits and grains for my breakfast!
Alina Hahn says
We get farm fresh eggs and I scramble them with spinach and coconut oil. I also add in some flax seed.
Dandi D says
I make breakfast healthy by eating a lot of oatmeal and chia pudding.
Our kids generally eat cereal for breakfast every morning, which is fairly healthy considering the amount of milk they drink with it.
latanya t says
I try to use fresh fruit in my yogurt
I always like to include some type of fresh fruit whether it be banana in my cereal or orange slices with my eggs.
Elle P. says
I keep breakfast healthy by eating things that will give me fuel for the day like milk, fruit, eggs, oatmeal, etc..
shelly peterson says
I usually have yogurt and fresh fruit.
Debbie Welchert says
I make breakfast healthy by adding fruit to it.
I eat Kellogg’s Special K every morning.
I always incorporate flax and chia seeds
I start my day with steel cut oats & raspberries!
I always have fruit and oatmeal in the morning
Get in veggies where I can!
Julie Wood says
I make breakfast healthy by eating a whole grain cereal with milk and fruit every day! These new cereals look delicious!
Leigh Anne Borders says
We try to make breakfast healthy be adding fresh fruits and eating low calorie.
Jordan D. says
I always make sure to get some protein and fiber at breakfast so I stay satisfied and energized all morning.
soha molina says
I add fruit.
I make breakfast healthy by adding fresh fruit and vegetables.
Brittany Koelmel says
I try to eat a lot of fruit and yogurt with my breakfast in the morning:)
jeannine d says
we add fresh fruit to breakfast everymorning
I include a dairy and fruit.
I make a breakfast that incorporates a bunch of different nutrients.
Ashley C says
We try to shop local for breakfast foods like bacon, sausage, and eggs!
Amy M. says
I almost always try to start the day with a healthy breakfast. I typically eat oatmeal or overnight oats with fruit, nuts, and seeds. This granola and muesli would make a perfect addition to my morning routine!
Kelly D says
I usually eat my breakfast with fruit such as a banana or grapes.
Susan Christy says
I eat oatmeal and a banana almost every day.
I mix up my breakfast with various oats and fruits
Quite often, I sprinkle granola in my yogurt to beef it up a little. I also add sliced peaches or berries to my oatmeal.
With fruits and grains!
I try to keep it light and always add a piece of fruit!
Gina M (Wild Orchid) says
I make breakfast healthy by including protein and fruit.
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Jaclyn Reynolds says
Protein and fresh fruit for a yummy start to the day.
I make breakfast healthy be eating fresh fruit and yogurt smoothies in the morning.
Since I’m diabetic, I need a good breakfast that sustains me throughout the morning. I always include a protein source like eggs, meat or dairy.
Shannon F says
I make breakfast healthy by adding granola and fruit! Yummy!
I try to include some fruit and fiber with less sugar for our breakfast each morning.