This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx on behalf of Oroweat Organic Bread
With us all being home all the time, providing my kids with nutritious lunches and snacks can be more challenging than ever. Thankfully, Oroweat Organic White Made with Whole Wheat Bread has given us so many more options and is specially baked for picky eaters to love and for us parents to feel good about. Keep reading to see how I have been bonding with my kids over nutritious choices.
Oroweat Organic White made with Whole Wheat:
Oroweat Organic White made with Whole Wheat bread features Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse to bring kids a USDA Organic bread they’ll love! This bread is so soft and yummy that it is hard to tell that it is actually made with Organic whole grains the first ingredient. This truly is a great tasting bread that’s also sustainably baked with renewable wind energy! We love that Oroweat Organic believes that when we take care of the Earth, the Earth can then take better care of us and that they are doing their part so that future generations can continue living nutritious, balanced lives!
Key Benefits of this Bread:
- Good source of Vitamins A, D, & E.
- Sustainably baked with renewable wind energy
- USDA Organic
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- As members of 1% for the Planet, Oroweat Organic donates 1% of this bread’s revenues to support environmental causes
What is The DisneyCheck?
The DisneyCheck is a quick and easy way for kids and families to identify nutritious choices in stores, at live-event venues, online, on-air and at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. All foods featuring the DisneyCheck meet the company’s Nutrition Guidelines.
The Goal is to promote fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy, whole grains and lean meat. It encourages kid-appropriate portion sizes (based on calories) and limits ‘nutrients to avoid’ (e.g., sodium, sugar, saturated fat, trans fat, and caffeine).
The DisneyCheck can be found on kids’ menus at Disney’s domestic parks and resorts, on various Disney-licensed food products sold at retail locations across the country, at live-event venues, and on qualifying recipes at Disney.com, DisneyFamily.com, Babble.com and DisneyMickeyCheck.com.
Bonding with Kids Over Nutritious Choices:
Bonding with our kids when in the kitchen can really help with the enjoyment of nutritious food choices. I find it helps to not only get them involved in the food-making process, but to also explain to them why it is important to make the choices we make. My son, Kolton just turned 8 years old and loves Math and Sports! I often explain to him how nutritious food choices can greatly impact his strength and brain health. He recently has been speaking out about wanting to eat more fruits and vegetables so he can get stronger. This shows me that he truly gets it and cares about his health.
Oroweat Organic White made with Whole Wheat Lunch Ideas:
Kid-friendly veggie toast with banana chips and water
Chicken and cheese sandwich with grapes and strawberry-infused water.
Grilled cheese with fresh fruit and low-fat milk
Peanut butter and cinnamon honey sandwich with strawberries and low-fat milk
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