New belVita Breakfast Biscuits & Giveaway (5 Winners)

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One of the things I find most difficult in my pursuit of good health is eating breakfast.  Week days I am up and running at 5 am getting hubby, myself and six kids out the door before 7 am.  If only there was something I could nibble while I am dropping the kids off at school..

Oh wait there is.  Kraft Foods recently launched their new belVita breakfast biscuit.

I received three flavors to review for you Blueberry, Apple Cinnamon and Golden Oat.  Each package contains 18 grams of whole grains. The belVita biscuits contains no high-fructose corn syrup, no partially hydrogenated oils, and no artificial flavors or sweeteners.

Yes they are delicious, convenient and go nicely with my coffee.  Pick a favorite?  Hmm I like them all, but if I had to pick one I’d pick the Blueberry.

Would you like to try this delicious new “energy sustaining” breakfast option?  Check in your local grocery store in the cookie/cracker isle.  A box of belVita’s has 5 packages containing 4 breakfast biscuits at a suggested retail price of $3.69.  Not ready to buy? 

Or you can WIN a giveaway here….

We have a nice prize pack to giveaway to 5 Winners.  Yep five winners will receive a box of Blueberry, Apple Cinnamon, Golden Oat, a Bag and Mug!


Follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter to enter to win one of these five packages, Good Luck!


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Disclaimer: the prize pack, information, and giveaway have all been provided by belVia. The opinions given are my own.

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  1. Carol says

    I keep fresh berries in the fridge all the time, so I can add them to cereal, yogurt, or cottage cheese

  2. ky2here says

    I’m not a big breakfast eater, I have fresh extracted juice – vegetable and fruit.

    ky2here at msn dot com

  3. Heather H says

    When I arrive to work I just eat my oatmeal there or I grab a protein bar and eat it in the morning

  4. Lucy Schwartz says

    There are many options which do take a little preplanning such as keep a variety on the grocery list. such as Whole Grain English muffins toasted with peanutbutter, yogurt, granola bars, bananas, . Fruit alone doesn’t seem to sustain.

  5. Bonnigene says

    I keep apples, bananas and oranges and good whole grain and nut granola bars on hand to keep ups healthy in a rush.

  6. Dawn Valentine says

    I work from home, so there is no morning rush, and unfortunately, I don’t eat healthy. I have pop tarts for breakfast. But I’m willing to try something new!!

  7. Laura Emerson says

    I have a glass of juice and make some instant oatmeal. I like to add a little granola to it and maybe a slice of banana or apple.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  8. Michelle Fosnaugh says

    I always get up in time to have my Honey Chex Mix Cereal, a piece of fruit and a Greek Yogurt. My day is imcomplete without my breakfast!

  9. Angela H says

    Honestly, I don’t. I think something like this would help though. I definitely need something quick but healthy.

  10. Lisa Garner says

    I try to eat a healthy breakfast when on the run by choosing fruits and food that are easy to take with me in a hurry.

  11. Coriander Warren says

    I work in a grocery store so I generally will grab some fresh fruit (a banana or an apple usually) in the a.m.

  12. Naomi says

    I usually try and always have some almonds with me to eat on the go when I do not have time to make something!

  13. Susan D says

    It depends on what I feel like eating that morning. Perhaps cereal, oatmeal or a cereal bar, maybe some fruit or 100% fruit juice and, if I feel like it, a cup of tea

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