Back to School Breakfast Solutions: MOM Brands Cereal and Oatmeal

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by on August 24, 2012

 

NMR_3Sisters_BagIf your kids have headed back to school, or will be soon, you know how challenging it can be to have a nutritious and quick breakfast in the morning before your kids run off to school. Giving them a healthy breakfast to help start their day is so important for their concentration and to keep them satisfied until lunch.

But with the cost of back to school supplies, some parents find it difficult to add another expense to the budget. The good news is that products from MOM brands offer a nutritious breakfast for a fraction of the cost. In fact, MOM Brands cereals and oatmeal cost 30 percent less than competitors. For example, Better Oats costs $1.49 to $1.79 for a box.

5387_13921_VP_44oz_Bx frntNot only are MOM Brands products easy on budgets, but they’re also packed with nutrition. Fortified with essential vitamins and minerals, including folic acid, iron and vitamin C, 85 Malt-O-Meal varieties and all Better Oats flavors qualify for the Whole Grain Stamp from the Whole Grains Council. Additionally, Better Oats’ 23 flavors are made with real fruit and flax.

My family had a chance to try a variety of the MOM brands products and it has been great timing since my boys just started school. The kids love the Mom’s Best and Three Sisters (sold exclusively at Whole Foods) products. My oldest son’s favorite cereal is the Mom’s Best Mallow Oats and I like that it contains no high fructose corn syrup. My husband has been enjoying the Better Oats oatmeal all week and said they were very satisfying. I love that you can find organic varieties of these breakfast items.

If you are looking for a nutritious and affordable breakfast solution, check out the large selection of MOM brands products – I bet you can find a new favorite for your household, too.

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