6 Tasty Breakfast Foods
Van’s Ancient Grains Hot Cereal
Pure maple syrup and rich brown sugar elevate this flavorful whole-grain medley of kamut, spelt, and quinoa far above your basic oatmeal.
To buy: $3.50 for one 16-ounce box of 2 pouches, at supermarkets.
Featured January 2013
Chobani 0% Pear Yogurt Cup
So thick and luscious you’d hardly know it was fat-free, this high-protein cup is sweetened with a generous scoop of juicy pear compote.
To buy: $1.30 for one 6-ounce cup, at supermarkets.
Nature’s Path Love Crunch Carrot Cake Granola
Call it dessert for breakfast: These crunchy clusters are loaded with enough organic raisins, pecans, shredded carrot, and dried pineapple to satisfy any sweet tooth.
To buy: $5 for one 11.5-ounce package, at Whole Foods Market and other natural food stores.
Jamba at Home Greek Yogurt Superfruit Smoothies Pomegranate Pick-Me-Up
These frozen packets of perfectly pureed blueberries, raspberries, yogurt, and pomegranate juice eliminate the morning hassle of measuring and washing fruit. Just add apple juice or water, turn on the blender, and you’re good to go. Note: One package makes two 8-ounce smoothies.
To buy: $4 for one 8-ounce package, at supermarkets.
Three Sisters Multigrain Cinnamon Cereal
Topped with a slick of cinnamon-laced frosting, these crispy squares of shredded wheat and barley go down easy.
To buy: $3.50 for one 14.5-ounce bag, at Whole Foods Market and other natural food stores.
Nature's Own Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Toasters
This high-fiber raisin bread—resembling a hybrid of a bagel and English muffin—tastes equally delicious with a schmear of cream cheese or peanut butter and jelly.
To buy: $3.30 for one 18-ounce package of 8, at supermarkets.
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