My Scrumptious easy to make Nature Valley Cereal Lemon Blackberry Yogurt parfait is going to help #PowerYourMorning; made from Nature Valleys Honey Oat Clusters Cereal, lemon yogurt, fresh, delicious juicy organic blackberries, lemon zest, and a fresh sprig of mint you can’t go wrong on those busy mornings on the go.
I appreciate that Nature Valley Cereal starts with the best ingredients from mother nature like 100% whole grain oats and honey. There are also three seriously delicious flavors of Nature Valley Cereal to choose from, Honey Oat Clusters, Chocolate Oat Clusters, and Baked Oat Bites, all packed with 23g of whole grain, 10g+ of protein; can Y’all believe that?
I love a good healthy cereal and yogurt parfait with fruit for breakfast; in fact, I love them so much when I worked for the college, every morning I would go to the cafeteria and shell out 2.95 for a little of nothing to snatch up one of them. Can you believe that I paid 2.95 for one of them? Now do the math on spending $2.95 a day for five days a week; that’s $14.75 a week! You do not want to know the math for 52 weeks. It’s $767.00! After two weeks, I stopped spending that $2.95 and started making my own.
FYI for the readers who like to save a little money and make your own Lemon Blackberry Yogurt Parfait with Nature Valley cereal, you can download a digital coupon using the links below to save $1.00 when you buy one box of new Nature Valley cereal.
**February 25th – March 2nd, 2016**
Publix is also offering a BOGO deal that you can download a digital coupon for
- Coupon for $1.00 off Honey Oat Clusters, 15.75 oz. box
- Coupon for $1.00 off Chocolate Oat Clusters, 15.75 oz. box
- Coupon for $1.00 off Baked Oat Bites, 16.25 oz. box
- BOGO coupon from 2/25/16 to 3/02/16
There are also three delicious flavors of Nature Valley Cereal to choose from, Honey Oat Clusters, Chocolate Oat Clusters, and Baked Oat Bites, and they are all packed with 23g of whole grain, 10g+ of protein, and only about 230 calories. I decided to use the Honey Oat Clusters for my Lemon Blackberry Yogurt Parfait today.
Look at this cereal, do you see all those yummy oat clusters, wheat flakes, and corn flakes that they added a touch of honey to? You also won’t find any artificial colors, flavors, or high fructose corn syrup are in Nature Valley’s Honey Oat Clusters.
My Nature Valley Cereal Lemon Blackberry Yogurt parfait is so easy to make you need a few ingredients Nature Valley Cereal such as Honey Oat Clusters, lemon-flavored yogurt, fresh organic blackberries, lemon zest and a new spring of mint. It’s that easy to make.
Spend a little time making your Nature Valley Cereal Lemon Blackberry Yogurt Parfait pretty by placing them in cute small glasses or even little mason jars for on the breakfast or snack on the go, and I used stemless wine glasses for mine today.
Nature Valley Cereal Lemon Blackberry Yogurt Parfaits are so easy to make, it’s a perfect recipe to #PowerYourMorning when you’re busy, or on the go, made from deliciously simple ingredients you can find at your local Publix market to get your mornings jump-started.
$15 giveaway PayPal cash to help you #PowerYourMorning
For the #PowerYourMorning giveaway, go to naturevalley.com/cereal to check out Nature Valley Cereal and see the three new products and visit readyplansave.com/savings to print the $1.00 off digital coupon. Come back to my blog and leave a comment on your official giveaway entry. This comment should include Name, email address, and which new flavor you would like to buy or can’t wait to try! Giveaway ends March 2nd at midnight; the winner will be notified by email and announced on the blog.
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