I love when my morning begins with a leisurely cup of coffee and a wholesome breakfast, especially this time of year when leaf peeping out the window provides such a lovely backdrop. Unfortunately, this time of year, I generally do not have enough time to whip up breakfast or have the time to enjoy a slow, unhurried moment each morning. With kids to usher to school, farm chore and errands to complete, I need to rely on quick solutions to provide the nourishment I need. Thanks to this sponsored opportunity by Vocalpoint and Kellogg’s Origins, I’ve found a new breakfast treat to enjoy. As always, all thoughts, opinions and love of ancient grains are my own!
Maybe I don’t have enough time to dilly-dally and stare at the amazing fall colors peppering our trees, but I do have time to enjoy a wholesome breakfast chock full of whole grains and just the right touch of sweetness I like with Kellogg’s Origins Ancient Grains and Granola cereals. Kellogg’s Origins is a new line of tasty cereal, granola and muesli made from real ingredients like whole grains, fruits, nuts and seeds. With no artificial sweeteners, it’s a great way to start your morning off right!
Kellogg’s Origins Ancient Grains Blend Cereal has spelt, quinoa, barley and brown rice flakes and KAMUT® Khorasan wheat with a touch of honey that adds a lightly sweet note. It’s a filling, fiber-filled way to start your day. If you enjoy granola, Kellogg’s Origins Raisin Apple Granola is a crazy-good way to start any autumn morning and is also terrific as a yogurt topper or a anytime snack throughout the day.
Other flavors in the Kellogg’s Origins collection are:
Kellogg’s Origins™ Apricot Cashew Coconut with Raisins & Almonds Muesli
Kellogg’s Origins™ Cranberry Almond with Pumpkin Seeds Granola
Kellogg’s Origins™ Fruit & Nut Blend Cereal
Kellogg’s Origins™ Raisin Apricot Cranberry with Pumpkin Seeds Muesli
How do you like to start your day? Do you have a favorite wholesome breakfast you enjoy when your morning breakfast time is hurried?
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