It’s time I let you in on a little white lie. It’s about cereal.
For over a year now, I’ve been doing some promotional work for Attune Foods with their new line of Supergrain Buckwheat and Hemp Cereal, both in my local Whole Foods and at the Gluten Free Allergy Food Expo in New Jersey a couple months ago. If you visit my table and take my offer of a sample, I immediately launch into a laundry list of the things you can do with this cereal besides eat it from a bowl with milk. I gush about how you can crush it and use it as a crispy coating for chicken or finely grind it for breadcrumbs to use in meatballs. I tell you that you can bake it into crispy granola or just toss with dried fruit for a snck. But the truth is, I hardly ever actually do any of these things because I just end up eating it by the handful out of the box. And I’m perfectly happy that way because it’s ridiculously crunchy, in a good way, and has this addicting-ly nutty sweetness about it (even though it’s free of nuts and refined sugar.)
Unfortunately, if I showed up to Thanksgiving and plopped a box of cereal on the table after the main course, I’d probably be given lots of funny looks. Fortunately, this cereal, along with its sister product Supergrain Quinoa and Chia cereal, is easy transformed into decadent holiday desserts with the added benefit of hearty whole grains and omega-3-rich healthy fats.
Not that anyone needs to know. Because going there on Thanksgiving is another surefire way to garner funny looks.
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In addition to my Supergrain Pumpkin Pecan Coconut Streusel Bars (which are reminiscent of my favorite childhood desserts, as you’ll read in the book) you’ll have access to 4 other knock-their-socks off super dessert recipes by some very talented bloggers. Without giving too much away, I’ll tell you there’s peanut butter involved. And chocolate. Cranberries, ginger, and apples. Pretty much everything you’ll want on your holiday table, sans gluten and other allergens. And with a healthy infusion of Supergrain cereal.
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PS. Love winter squash? I do. Obvi. Celebrate 12 Weeks of Winter Squash hosted by Joanne of Eats Well With Others and Heather of Girlichef. Check out the recipes and share the love with #12WksWinterSquash!