Breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day yet one I personally have so much trouble with. My fun egg allergy takes traditional breakfasts out of the equation. I’m left with choices from the coffee shop and yogurt. It gets boring, expensive and not always good for me. I love cereal but that can get boring too. Enter Oatbox. This was an option I could really get behind.
I love granola. I put it in my yogurt to give it texture and eat it for breakfasts and snacks. It’s something that can be really healthy if you’re checking the ingredients. Oatbox is a monthly granola subscription box. Yup this lovely subscription just made my mornings so much easier. Our first month box came with some amazing granola and a really nice jar (always love the little extras you get in these types of boxes). The flavor combinations were unique and I love that I get to experience and try new things I’d never seen in the store.
The taste was fantastic only got better with the commitment to quality ingredients you can actually pronounce. That’s right, no preservatives and most ingredients are organic. You can fuel your body with real food in the morning and start your day off right. You get two new flavors every month. This month’s flavors look amazing! Pineapple & Coconut Granola is something I can eat every day and never get sick of. It’s like being on a tropical vacation… well, at least I’m eating like one!
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