Ancient Grains

My family and I are a huge fans of Nature’s Path, so we were excited to try out their new cereal Ancient Grains. Everybody seems to be going back to the simpler things in life, and this cereal does just that.

Kirkland’s Signature and Nature’s Path Ancient Grains Granola with Almonds is made of fiber rich whole grains that have been eaten since ancient times. It is a tasty combination of sweetness, cinnamon, and almonds. In my opinion, it’s pretty darn good. It is also a good source of protein, an excellent source of fiber, and it contains 31 grams of whole grains! It is USDA certified organic also. It doesn’t contain artificial preservatives, additives, genetically modified organisms, or synthetic pesticides.

This cereal can be found on Costco an if you are a granola lover, you should give it a try.  (And check out some of the great recipes you can can make with this here).

Angie’s Kettle Corn

I love popcorn.  When I found out Angie’s Kettle Corn, was coming to Chicago, I was super excited.

Angie’s only uses 4 ingredients in their popcorn. Yes, only 4. They use popcorn, corn oil, cane sugar, and sea salt. Since they use only these four ingredients, there are no trans-fats, no artificial flavors, no preservatives, and no allergens. It is also gluten free and Kosher certified. Honestly, this popcorn is nothing like any other popcorn you’ve had. It’s sweet yet salty. I don’t know how they do it.  We easily finished off a bag here in one night!  (Let me add, the whole family was eating it.  However, I probably could finish off the bag myself, because it’s that good!)

You can find Angie’s Kettle Corn at SuperValu owned grocery stores, CostCo, Hy-Vee, Lunds/Byerlys, Kowalski’s, SuperTarget, Whole Foods, and online.  Go get some — it’ll be the best popcorn you’ve ever had!