Back To School with Honey Maid Grahamfuls

Building on an 85-year history creating delicious snacks for the whole family,Honey Maid Grahamfuls is made with 100% whole grain Honey Maid graham crackers (10g whole grain per serving) and contain real honey. Best of all, Honey Maid® Grahamfuls do not contain any high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors.  They are also a good source of calcium.

They are available in three tasty varieties—Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter & Chocolate and Banana Vanilla Crème—Honey Maid® Grahamfuls.  With eight individually-wrapped pouches per box, Honey Maid® Grahamfuls make a great lunchtime or after-school snack.  I am hoping to bring them as a Girl Scout treat and send them to school as Will’s snack!  Both of my kids loved these!  The peanut butter one was their favorite!

Honey Maid has hit another home run with this snack!

SousVide Supreme Demi

I recently was able to try out the SousVide Supreme Demi. We were loaned it for about two weeks or so, and we tried several different meals in it.

Up until recently, I hadn’t heard of SousVide cooking before. It’s actually pretty cool. Instead of a hot flame (like you are use to cooking with), you are cooking with hot water! It is basically a water oven. It was super easy to use also — just vacuum seal food in the food grade cooking pouches and simmer in the water bath. Each kind of food you put in there has a temperature and a time frame it needs to cook. What kinds of food can you cook in there? Any kind — beef, lamb, game, pork, chicken, fish, seafood, and even vegetables! To be honest, this is foolproof to use.

We made vegetables, chicken, and beef with it. What did we think? It was great! The steaks we made were super yummy and tender. You could literally cut the steaks with a fork. The veggies were super soft too. The chicken in here just soaked up the seasonings we added in and was pretty awesome.

I have to admit that the SousVide is an amazing way to cook. I love that I could put dinner in the SousVide Sepreme Demi in the afternoon and have dinner ready with little to no work. Have you tried SousVide cooking before? What did you think?