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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

@BarbarasBakery Got You Covered: Back to School #foodie #kidsinthekitchen

After a long relaxing summer, there’s no doubt that settling into a busy schedule again can be daunting, but that doesn’t mean healthy eating has to be sacrificed!

 I know my kids  need more fuel to get through the long school day and sports practice after.

For a quick and nutritious breakfast – pour out a bowl of Puffins Cereal, which features crunchy, pillow-shaped morsels in a variety of flavors (Original, Peanut Butter, Honey-rice, Multigrain, Cinnamon, Peanut Butter & Chocolate, and Pumpkin as a fall seasonal offering). 






All Puffins flavors are lightly sweetened, low fat, 6 grams of sugar or less per serving, and Non-GMO Project Verified.


We have found a few simple recipes using Puffins that will have your  family regularly whipping up delicious and healthy breakfasts.

 Bake up a batch of Apple Honey Puffins Muffins over the weekend, for an easy grab-and-go breakfast option you can enjoy all week long. This is a great recipe to get the whole family in the kitchen!











INGREDIENT 

1 egg

1/4 cup of olive oil

1/2 cup of unsweetened milk

1/4 cup of Honey

1 cup spelt flour 

1/4 cup pack brown sugar

3 tsp baking powder

1 tsp salt

1/4 tsp cinnamon

2 cups crushed Honey Rice Puffin cereal

1 medium apple shredded


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DIRECTIONS

Beat egg

Combine oil, milk, and honey in bowl , then add egg mix well

In large bowl combine dry  ingredient then add wet stir until flour is just moist, fold in 

shredded apple.

Cook for 15/20 minutes at 425


Another way to add them to  your mornings with Puffin Crusted French Toast – crushed up Peanut Butter Puffins make the perfect lower-sugar coating for your favorite French toast recipe! <------ my personal favorite =)


`Find other great recipes on Barbaras website to bake up with your family this school season.

 Fun fact: you can adopt your very own puffin by collecting 20 UPC code flaps and sending them to Barbara’s.






















12 comments:

  1. OMG The peanut butter puffins are my FAVORITE! Sometimes I can't keep them in the house because I eat them too fast, haha

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    1. they are so yummy dry in a bowl as a little snack!! =D

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  2. My kids LOVE Puffins! I know they would totally get a kick out of these muffins. We actually have a box of the peanut butter flavor in our pantry right now.

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  3. these look PERFECT for a back to school breakfast!! thanks for sharing!

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    1. I like they can be made ahead great for BUSY mornings!

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  4. It's so refreshing to know there are non-Kellogg cereals out there. :) I've gotta try this and the recipe!

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  5. I'm kinda obsessed with Puffins but they are always so expensive!!

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    1. sometimes can find printable Q's ~savings.com~ or even rebates on sites like Ibotta-- $1 on any box of cereal that when I'd stock up =)

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