Eggo FiberPlus Waffles Giveaway

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I’m all about easy breakfasts. I’m getting two kids ready for school by myself, and I like to make sure they eat before they head out the door. That means I’m not making a 4 course breakfast. However, Eggo products are something they both enjoy eating!

We recently got to try out Kellogg’s Eggo FiberPlus Waffles. I’ve got one word for you: YUMMY! Or as my three year old said, “yummy in my tummy”. The Eggo FiberPlus Waffles provide an excellent source of fiber — you get 35% of the daily recommend value in every serving. The FiberPlus Waffles comes in two flavors: Buttermilk and Chocolate Chip. The buttermilk variety offers 35% of the recommended daily value of calcium (since I am lactose intolerant, I’m always looking for products that give an extra kick of calcium. I can’t tell you how happy I am to see this with these waffles!), and the chocolate chip variety provides 20% of the recommended daily value of the antioxidants vitamin E and zinc. Both varieties are also an excellent source of 10 or more vitamins and minerals.

Since my family and I love these so much, we have arranged for one lucky reader to try these also! I have arranged for one of you to win a box of the the Chocolate Chip Waffles and also a box of the Buttermilk ones too! Here’s what you need to do:


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Good luck! This contest will end May 22nd at 11:59 PM CST.

Abbreviated Rules. No Purchase Necessary. Begins no earlier than 12:00:00 AM (ET) on 4/18/11 and ends no later than 11:59:59 PM (ET) on 5/22/11. For complete Official Rules, go to Open to legal
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Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Cereals

Kellogg’s has introduced to new cereals that not only taste good but also good for you. Kellogg’s FiberPlus Antioxidants Cereals are Berry Yogurt Crunch and Cinnamon Oat Crunch. They both are a great source of fiber and rich in antioxidant vitamins C and E. Both cereals are really good. I would compare the Cinnamon Oat Crunch to a cross between Cheerios and Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Even better — it has 3 times more fiber than Honey Nut Cheerios and more than 2 times the fiber of MultiGrain Cheerios! The Berry Yogurt Crunch cereal mixes whole-grain wheat and rice flakes with crunchy berry- and yogurt-flavored clusters. It’s a bunch of flavors exploding in your mouth!

Both cereals were a hit in my house. I love food that is both great tasting and good for my family!

Kellogg’s® Eggo Bake Shop™ Mini Muffin Tops

eggo1Another great breakfast item to have in your house are the Kellogg’s® Eggo Bake Shop™ Mini Muffin Tops. We tried the blueberry variety, and it was a hit in my house. My kids literally could not shove these into their mouths fast enough.  They are super easy to make — literally pop into the microwave for about 12 seconds or pop into the toaster.  Each sheet gives you 4 mini muffing tops (which are the best part of the muffin!).

This is another great on the go breakfast.  They aren’t messy and are super good.  It is an easy way to get your kids to eat breakfast, and they won’t even realize it is good for them!

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