6.07.2012

Quaker Soft Baked Bars with Your Coffee This Morning

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Quaker Oats for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

When I had a chance to learn about the new Quaker Soft Baked Bar,I was interested!  I'm not much of a breakfast kind of girl, but I'm always looking for things to have on hand in the pantry for the family to grab for a quick breakfast option as they head out the door. 

wholesome food that doubles as a breakfast snack you can eat as is right from the package (as I would), or warm up in the microwave to give a fresh baked experience.

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They currently have two versions out; Cinnamon Pecan Bread or Banana Nut Bread. They give two options for yumminess.  While my mother (who is crazy about cinnamon bread of any sort) would opt for the Cinnamon Pecan Bread, I know my own crew (especially my husband) would go for the Banana Nut Bread.  The nutritional breakdown is as follows;

140 calories
5g of Fiber
6g of Protein
Excellent source of 5 B-Vitamins

Since I'm not a 'breakfast' kind of girl, I would be more likely to grab it as a 'pick me up' around 2:pm.  That's the natural part of the day when I hit the wall (so to speak) and am ready for a boost.  A snack to keep me productive until it's dinner time. 

Something new to have with your coffee.  Enjoy!

 

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2 comments:

  1. We've gotten these and the kids LOVE the cinnamon pecan bread. They just hit our stores!

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    1. Really!? Awesome! Thanks for the feedback. Right now I'd love the Cinnamon Pecan version - it would go GREAT with my coffee!

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