As a mom today, I want to balance my family’s diet with plenty of delicious, nutritious whole grains, and it is so simple to do by adding my favorite Nature’s Harvest® Bread to my grocery basket at Walmart.
I love that my family can count on at least 8 grams of whole grains in every serving. There’s no artificial flavors, colors or high-fructose corn syrup (which I actively avoid for my family), and ALL Nature’s Harvest varieties carry the whole grain stamp. Nature’s Harvest Honey Wheat, is on rollback at Walmart for $1.97 nationwide.
Whether Made with Whole Grain White, Honey Wheat-or any other variety, moms be sure it’s made with whole grains because it says Nature’s Harvest.
Nature’s Harvest just hosted a Sandwich Art Facebook Contest, and celebrity chef / mom Kelsey Nixon was a judge.
Here’s my take on Sandwich Art.
I picked up some Nature’s Harvest Loaves at Walmart.
I decided to make a sandwich with chocolate peanut butter and using bananas and blueberries for decoration.
I took a glass and used it to cut a circle out.
It was a thick glass, so it made a cool sealed circle. It was domed on one side and flat on the bottom.
I cut out tiny triangles next. I did this freehand. While I had intended to make this a flower, I decided to make it into a sun.
Then I cut out two flowers.
Then I topped the sun with a blueberry happy face and as the stems of the flowers.
I topped the flowers with small pieces of bananas.
Cool Facts about Whole Grains*
- 57% of American consumers eat whole grains at least every two weeks in their diet (#2 in their list of BFY eating habits after “Reduced/No Fat”);
- 56% of American consumers are already trying to add whole grains into their diet (#1, Fiber and Protein #’s 2 and 3 following)
- “According to a recent nationwide survey conducted on behalf of Nature’s Harvest bread, nearly 75 percent of moms have employed creative methods, such as styling food into fun shapes, to get their children to eat more nutritiously.”
- “In our recent survey of moms with children ages four to 13, we learned nearly half of moms are concerned about their children’s nutrition and that 52 percent consider whole grains one of the most important nutritional considerations when purchasing food at the grocery store”
*Source: NPG Group’s 29th Annual Report on Eating Patterns in America 2014
Go to www.NaturesHarvestBread.com for more info.