SMORGASBORD: Snacking serenity . . . Wheaties Fuel . . . KouponKeeper . . . Sweet trickHave Yogi Granola Crisps in a bowl with milk for breakfast, or just grab handfuls of the sweet cereal to nibble. With a satisfying crunch and flavors like Baked Cinnamon Raisin and Mountain Blueberry Flax, they’re sure to keep your taste buds entertained.
By: Herald Staff and Wire Reports ,
Have Yogi Granola Crisps in a bowl with milk for breakfast, or just grab handfuls of the sweet cereal to nibble. With a satisfying crunch and flavors like Baked Cinnamon Raisin and Mountain Blueberry Flax, they’re sure to keep your taste buds entertained.
The resealable 10.4 ounce bags are available in supermarkets and natural food stores nationwide and online at yogiproducts.com for about $5.
“The Breakfast of Champions” cereal has a spinoff. It’s called Wheaties Fuel and comes in a black box that carries many references to athletics, energy and performance.
Wheaties Fuel is a sweet crunchy whole wheat flake cereal with granola, crispy rice, cinnamon and honey. Its nutritious formula, designed to fuel athletic performance, contains 200 calories in each ¾-cup serving, 100 percent of the recommended Daily Value of five B vitamins, 46 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein.
A 17.1-ounce (nine-serving) box of Wheaties Fuel retails for about for $5.
Have you by chance heard of a new grocery shopping money saving tool called the KouponKeeper?
More than 75 percent of those who consider cooking a hobby use coupons when purchasing food, without much difference in such demographics as income or geographic location. The KouponKeeper is a coupon organizer that attaches to any shopping cart and allows shoppers to easily store, access and use any kind of coupon. It even has convenient pockets for cell phone, debit/credit cards, ID, pen/pencil with handy clip in back for shopping lists and recipes.
KouponKeeper is available for $29.95 at kouponkeeper.com.
Got a minute? Maybe you know the old trick for keeping brown sugar from turning rock hard, the one that has you tucking a slice of bread in your sugar jar.
Well, here’s a new trick: Tuck a couple of marshmallows in your brown sugar bag or the canister, and it’ll keep the sweet stuff plenty loose.
You’ll never again need a pickax to foist a spoonful on your oatmeal.