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Nature’s Path to wellbeing + giveaway

I’m a self-confessed cereal lover. Yes I am 27 and I love cereal, especially as a late night snack when the kids are in bed. My family and I have recently been trying the new range of organic cereal from Nature’s Path and for something that is so good for you I was expecting it to taste like dirt or cardboard in all honesty. I have been pleasantly surprised though and absolutely love it, nothing like dirt (or cardboard) at all. This is great news for time poor families who still want to eat healthy, organic and enjoy great tasting food.

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While not every breakfast we serve up here at home are this nutritious (yes some are the sugar riddled favourites), we do try and keep them to a minimum. The kids want their food to have flavour and the new Nature’s Path range is a happy medium for us all. It is quick, healthy and tastes great! All of the Nature’s Path products are made from wholegrain ingredients, GMO free, are organic, Kosher and Vegan and most are also gluten free. I think they have covered almost every concern a parent (or anyone in general) could be concerned about.

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Nature’s Path also understand that as everyone is so busy these days that most don’t have time to bake or create healthy snacks for lunches, afternoon tea, etc. everyday. With this in mind they have added the Envirokidz organic bars to make it easy to grab something healthy on the run (or for the kids lunches as I presume they are supposed to be for), they are really tasty. B1 and B2 have been taking these to school and have loved them, they are now on our shopping list. If you want a healthy start to the day check out the Nature’s Path range here.

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Each Prize contains: 1x Nature’s Path Envirokidz Organic Peanut Butter Panda Puffs, 1x Nature’s Path Envirokidz Organic Gorilla Munch Corn Puffs, 1x Nature’s Path Envirokidz Organic Chocolate Koala Crisp. Total prize pool: $67.50.

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  1. Rachel Kriss-Newell
    12/09/2014 / 8:31 am

    In between nagging at the kids to get ready, I usually get my bowl of muesli, albeit, soggy. Then we are usually running out the door and me gobbling on a plate of crust leftovers. Waste not want not.

  2. Deborah
    12/09/2014 / 9:40 am

    Wow have not seen this cereal yet the kids and myself love cereal so would love to try

  3. Kath
    12/09/2014 / 9:42 am

    An apple – that is about all I have time to grab whilst rustling up the kids as we race out the door

  4. corrie
    12/09/2014 / 9:50 am

    B-Breakfast smoothies or juices
    R-Really hot milo,
    E-Enjoy vegemite on toast,
    A-Always love a boiled egg,
    K-Kids love cereal,
    F-For a fast fix, we have weetbix
    A-All love porridge
    S-Super fun smoothies are number one
    T-Though we love muesli bars too!

  5. Michelle
    12/09/2014 / 9:57 am

    I eat cereal if I have time or I make a quick fruit and yoghurt smooth if I’m running late

  6. Jessy
    12/09/2014 / 9:57 am

    Gorilla munch sounds like my kind of muesli sure myself and the kids would enjoy

  7. Mick G
    12/09/2014 / 10:32 am

    Usually toast with a cup of coffee in a reusable travel mug if Iam flat out its normally a quick bowl of cereal and off I go

  8. MichelleAnn
    12/09/2014 / 11:00 am

    Crumpets, toast with lashings of jam,
    Sometimes toasties filled with ham.
    Croissants, pastries with sugary spread,
    When we’re rushed, it’s just plain bread.

      • MichelleAnn
        08/10/2014 / 4:04 am

        Thanks Kell

        We’re looking forward to trying these. I still smile every time I see those lovely boxes. Thanks for running this giveway. Kind Regards…

  9. Narelle Rock
    12/09/2014 / 1:00 pm

    vegemite on toast is about all I can manage most mornings, and at least it’s easy, can even get my 7yr old to make it for me if I’m still getting ready for the day!

  10. Charl L.
    12/09/2014 / 1:24 pm

    Coffee, which is often cold by the time I get back to it……not good I know! Sometimes toast 🙂

  11. Tamara Lamb
    12/09/2014 / 2:26 pm

    Normally burnt, cold toast that I cooked earlier but got busy with the kids and forgot about until I’m heading out the door!

  12. Trish Leonard
    12/09/2014 / 4:36 pm

    I always make sure I have time for breakfast. I usually have a coffee and some cereal or porridge.

  13. Melinda
    12/09/2014 / 8:44 pm

    I just have the usual toast or cereal. Anything really to kick start the metabolism for the day.

    But once in Paris I had the most amazing breakfast, gorgeous fresh croissants that were dipped into hot chocolate. The hot chocolate was in a cup the size of a soup bowl. So deliciously creamy and deliciously fattening!!

  14. Robyn
    12/09/2014 / 9:56 pm

    Between lost school uniforms and doing hair,
    Struggling to find something clean to wear,
    Breakfast – who has time for that?
    It’s usually 10am before first coffee is had.
    Quick and easy is the way to go,
    One handed eating, fast, not slow
    With Envirokidz cereal my kids eat well,
    ready to start their day, I’m sure it’ll be swell
    With the right brekkie cereal they are primed for school,
    Envirokids cereal my kids think is cool!

  15. Nikita
    12/09/2014 / 10:30 pm

    I’m usually a smoothie Mum for breakfast – liquid breakfasts quick easy and can do on the run.
    I love that blenders have now gotten straight from the blender to your mouth without having to change it into a drink bottle, shaker or cup.

    My little girl usually has fruit for breakfast so I cut up fresh fruit pieces for her and whatever is left over is what goes in Mum’s smoothie that day.

  16. Michelle V
    13/09/2014 / 5:44 am

    I try and keep things varied for my kids. My youngest, aged 4, has been recently diagnosed with severe constipation, and I usually offer her WeetBix or oats, as they’re full of fibre. I sprinkle psyllium husks on top for her, and found that this has helped her a lot.
    My kids used to complain that they were sick of the same cereals, so now we have ‘Mum’s Mix.’
    Mum’s Mix is a giant Tupperware container filled with assorted cereals that mum has mixed together to make a whole new cereal. I usually put Cheerio’s, plus a Just Right or Uncle Toby’s Plus, I add in some sultanas or chopped walnuts, and sometimes Rice Bubbles, mix it all up in a bowl then pour into the Tupperware container. It is really nice and different from what the kids (and myself) are used to. And because you can put different cereals each time (Sultana Bran, Special K, etc) the flavour is different each time too. If you haven’t tried it before, I suggest you give ‘Mum’s Mix’ a go! I’d love to win and make a Mum’s Mix using these yummy goodies!

  17. Nic
    15/09/2014 / 2:07 pm

    We have porridge if at home but when out and about I carry a container of Organic Kamut Puffs, which are really healthy.

  18. Sonya N.
    15/09/2014 / 2:10 pm

    Brekky and snacks on the go: dry Weet-Bix!

  19. jody buhagiar
    15/09/2014 / 3:37 pm

    We love an up and go, yum yum
    Porridge with honey and banana, some.
    Fruit cut up in a bowl,
    running out the door, go go, go.

  20. Di
    15/09/2014 / 4:17 pm

    On the go it’s always a banana, quick, easy and mess free.

  21. Diana O
    15/09/2014 / 4:18 pm

    I usually have porridge, even during the Summer, I can’t get enough of it. But when on the hop, it’s cold toast with apricot jam. I try to get to it while it’s hot, just never works out that way.

  22. lisa thomson
    15/09/2014 / 8:58 pm

    I have either a sustagen drink or nothing until after I have done the school/kinder etc drop offs. Then I have fruit bread with melted butter after my shower. Probably after 10am. Yep putting everyone’s need before mine.

  23. Lorna M
    16/09/2014 / 2:52 pm

    Usually its cereal, I have a few varieties to satisfy my cravings. I can have cereal for lunch and dinner if I had my way!. If I’m on the move its usually my favourite maple crunch bar … yum and keeps away the hunger pangs!

  24. Amanda Gorton
    16/09/2014 / 4:19 pm

    Usually a spread like Vegemite on toast………ok so its awfully plain with minimal nutrition but first thing of a morning I really lack time and inspiration to get creative.

  25. Summer Hinaki McDade
    17/09/2014 / 10:24 pm

    A bowl of cereal and milk or a piece of fruit mostly a banana

  26. 18/09/2014 / 7:39 am

    I’m pregnant at the moment and I’m loving cereal more than ever. I’ll have an early breaky (about 7am) and a late breaky (about 9am). Things like porridge and Bush Foods and fruity bix. Then I pull out the cocoa pops after dinner!

  27. mellie jane
    22/09/2014 / 4:49 pm

    A banana and a coffee it is for me would love to start my day more healthy need to make more effort to have a good brekky.

  28. sonia c
    23/09/2014 / 11:53 am

    Banana bread…no need to toast it…it warms up on the commute…I just dont like thinking “how” it warms up.

    23/09/2014 / 5:13 pm

    Well now that we have a mixer that is so easy to use I make up fruit smoothies for breakfast !!

  30. Leanne White
    23/09/2014 / 8:47 pm

    I’m a bit of a shocker…I know I should have a healthy fulfilling breakfast but there is never enough time in between children and preparing for work. Poor excuse I know!

  31. Pamela Singleton
    24/09/2014 / 12:06 am

    I would love to introduce my grandsons to the wonderful world of natural foods, by following Natures path to wellbeing.

  32. 24/09/2014 / 5:55 am

    Coffee to go and my toast and Vegemite, its an all time favourite

  33. Cat
    24/09/2014 / 10:54 am

    I make breakfast bars on the weekend with the kids and if we’re running late we can eat them on the go.

  34. Lisa Jene
    25/09/2014 / 12:38 pm

    I’m shaky in the mornings. I just can’t eat first thing, but I can drink. I spoon some protein powder stuff into milk and shake away. About ten is when I break out the cereal and have a munch.

  35. 25/09/2014 / 1:01 pm

    Would love to try this as i have a fussy daughter who wont eat much for breakfast

  36. Steph Hallen
    25/09/2014 / 10:36 pm

    We usually eat porridge or rice bubbles for breakfast only because it is easy and my kids can be fussy… I love cereal, except in Sundays – that is bacon and egg designated day! I don’t let them eat coco pops or fruit loops or anything that’s directly marketed as a kids cereal as they are usually too high in sugar for my liking, much to my kids dismay! Sometimes when we are on the go I give the kids a yoghurt pouch and an apple for brekkie. We try really hard to eat healthy – especially breakfast. I think it’s great that this is a healthy cereal (for once) marketed at children.

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