Since we are blogging about food this month, let me show a media drop I received last week. It was a package from Almond Breeze, Almond Milk. They wanted to share with us a little bit about their Almond Breeze Milk. In a house with a nut allergy you might wonder why I chose to receive the products to try. 90% of us have a nut allergy but there is always that one who is different. The father person just so happens to love Almond Milk and is the perfect candidate for a little spoil.
Almond milk is good for so many things, and is a great non-dairy alternative to milk. For all our vegan friends it is a complete winner. In fact, it is fabulous just as it is in coffee. Also, I am always looking for snacks that are quick and easy to make that I can pop in the father person’s lunch box and that won’t get eaten by everybody else… so I popped over to the Almond Milk website, where I was surprised to find heaps of recipes. It is a wonderful resource with recipes for every occasion and extremely useful for when you have non-dairy or vegan friends over for a meal and your mind literally goes blank at the thought of what to create.
I quickly found some oat and apple breakfast bars and got to work. Gotta say I love recipes where you toss everything into a bowl, mix it together and you are basically done.
I popped a heap of dried fruit, apples and cranberries into the mixture as well and they turned out to be a winner. So these breakfast bars are going straight onto the list of treats to make to put into lunch boxes.
Thank you to Almond Breeze for the product drop. This is not a sponsored post, I was not paid to write it and opinions expressed are, as usual, all my own.