What Was Your Favorite Breakfast Food? (Share & Win!)

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The conversation centered around food. (That’s pretty typical for me.) And then it happened again – the stories of breakfast cereal – not eggs, not oatmeal, not french toast, but cereal – what and how it was eaten. By the way, I never hear stories how people ate veggies as a kid. (Yes, it is likely that we DIDN’T eat them so that’s probably why there aren’t stories).
Anyway, back to cereal stories. Wanna guess which cereal is talked about the most? Hint: it’s not Corn Flakes or Rice Krispies. Yes! It is Lucky Charms! And why not? Who doesn’t love those little marshmallows? My nieces and nephews call them the “luckies” and they eat them first. What is left behind they call the “unluckies”. I always had a little sad feeling for the “unluckies”. However, they weren’t my favorite either.
Plain White, Same Taste

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Like Strawberry Pie, only better. No baking. No mess. Gluten free and delicious! $1.89

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3. Natural Energy Source
4. Antioxidant Powerhouse
5. Sleep Promoter
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-pure, unpasturezied
-is not heated above 95°
-contains pollen, phytonutrients, enzymes and various nutrient content
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Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette

10 minutes|1 cup
I saw this recipe last week when I needed a salad dressing. It was perfect on greens only, with apples & walnuts, and even on cabbage. YUM!
4 T. balsamic vinegar
3 T. pure maple syrup or raw honey*
2 t. dijon mustard
½ t. himalayan pink salt*
Fresh ground black pepper to taste*
12 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil*
2 T. garlic, minced
1 T. dried dill weed*
In a medium bowl, whisk together all ingredients. Blend by hand, or with a blender until all ingredients are creamy and emulsified.
*Tip: For a more tangy option, decrease sweetener to 1 T. or omit all together. My family enjoys it both ways.


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