On school days, I’m usually struggling to get my family out the door without being late for work or school. I don’t have time to make anyone a five-course gourmet breakfast with eggs, bacon, toast, and the whole shebang. Shoot, I barely have time for my regular duties as a morning hair-stylist, shoe-tier, and assistant tooth-brusher.
Luckily, Cascadian Farm’s New Gluten Free Honey Vanilla Crunch cereal is the perfect weekday food solution for the busy parent. (Which is all of us!) Not only is it simple to prepare (just add a bowl, milk, and a spoon), but it also TASTES delicious. My kids don’t even realize that what they are eating is organic and nutritious.
Cascadian Farm’s new cereal collection comes in a variety of flavors: cinnamon crunch, honey oat crunch, and gluten free berry vanilla puffs.
Let me tell you about Cascadian Farm.
Fifty years ago, it began in the foothills of the Northern Cascades along the peaceful blue waters of the Skagit Valley in Washington. This is the second most ecologically diverse place in the United States, thanks to a combination of the maritime conditions in the west, the dry Rocky Mountains in the east, and the abrupt change in elevation. The original farm is a working organic farm that grows delectable produce like blueberries, raspberries, sweet corn, and more!
The roadside farm stand near their pollinator garden serves their farm-grown organic produce, homemade ice cream, and wholesome snacks for the healthy wanderer. Since outgrowing the original farm, Cascadian Farm sources from other certified organic farms throughout the world to make their delicious products.
Cascadian Farm believes there is magic in food grown as nature intended. It is more flavorful, more vibrant, more wholesome, and restores our natural resources. Feel joy eating these products knowing they are uncomplicated.
Learn more about Cascadian Farms with at the Cascadian Farm truck, which is visiting Tampa and the surrounding areas soon.
Check out the schedule here.
As a working parent, I have to be choosy about where I focus.
I want to focus on helping my kids with homework. I want to be present. I want to instill good moral values and be a good example. I want to focus on getting enough sleep and taking care of myself. I don’t want to focus on worrying about where my food is coming from. I don’t want to focus on complicated breakfasts.
This post is sponsored by Cascadian Farm and TheFeedfeed. All opinions are my own.