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Find Your Inner Goldilocks {Giveaway}

Happy *almost* February. How are those resolutions panning out? Hanging in there? At Bob’s Red Mill, we love this time of year.  We’ve hit the “reset” button after the holidays and, with a month under our belts, healthy eating and healthy living is starting to feel second nature and not an adventure in foreign cuisine. At least, we hope so. If you still feel like you’re slogging uphill towards your health goals, we’re here to help! 

It’s no joke that breakfast is the cornerstone of any healthy eating lifestyle. A good solid breakfast will fuel your mind and body for whatever road bumps life has to offer. What better way to do that than with one of our whole grain hot cereals? Not only are they jam-packed with whole grain nutrition, they are delicious, too. While many manufacturers pulverize grains into oblivion, only to reconstitute them with added fillers, enrichments, flavors and colors into shapes that look like grains, Bob’s Red Mill keeps it simple. We take a whole grain and break it into a few pieces, then we mix it with other whole grains, seeds and nuts to bring you cereals with exceptional flavor, no tricks or gimmicks—just whole grains, as nature intended.

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The nutritional benefits of these hot cereals are obvious, but it’s easy to forget when you’re rushing through the morning. Whole grains, these living seeds, are perfectly tuned to human nutrition. They gift us with a wondrous combination of fiber, protein, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Choosing these cereals over other breakfast offerings will leave you and your family feeling satisfied, nourished and fully charged to face the day.

Real whole grain cereals need cooking—and it’s easy. Our whole grain cereals must be cooked to unlock their nourishing power, and all it takes is a pot of water and a little time. Taking a few minutes in the morning to lovingly prepare a hot, nourishing breakfast can bring back something missing from our busy, modern lives. It can be a time to find a quiet moment in an otherwise chaotic world. Really, what’s 10 minutes out of the 1440 minutes in a day? Instead of choosing a quick-fix breakfast, celebrate the time it takes to cook these whole grains and savor what might be the only quiet time you get all day.

We want to help you find your inner Goldilocks and we’re giving away FIVE hot cereal sets! Winner’s will have their choice of two cereals from our line up of 10 Grain Cereal, 8 Grain Cereal, Organic High Fiber Cereal, Whole Wheat Farina, Brown Rice Farina (GF) and Mighty Tasty Cereal (GF). To enter, simply follow the prompts below. Winners will be chosen at random from all who enter by 11:59 pm on 2/7/14.


Jeffrey says:

Bananas, walnuts, dried cranberries and honey.

Mary Johns says:

Peanut butter and raisins!

Theresa says:

I keep it simple, I love maple syrup. bananas were a favorite till they became an allergy

sharon says:

the !0 grain is always my go to breakfast.. easy to pack in my gym back with some almonds and berries.. this wkend though we did the overnight oats bit in mason jars.. I had a ‘peaches and cream’ 10 grain.. frozen peach slices.. coconut milk.. while my husband had choc banana (choc protein pwd mixed with the coconut milk with fresh banana slices) fanfreakn’tastic.. Thank you so much for your amazing products.. absolutely love them all!

Deann Warner says:

dried orange cranberries, sliced almonds, and cinnamon!

Sandy Headtke says:

I put fresh berties and sliced almonds on top of my cereal

Deborah says:

A dollop of yogurt and fruit on top of my bowl of cereal is just lovely

Janice F. says:

I love cinnamon, Greek yogurt and fresh fruit.

Kristine says:

Maple syrup and a sliced banana.

Lisa says:

Dried cranberries, raisins, dates, walnuts, brown sugar and cinnamon! YUM!!

Melody says:

Raisins and cinnamon

Erin says:

Homemade applesauce and cinnamon

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