Whole Grain Memorial Day Recipes

By attune • May 23, 2014 • No Comments

When a lot of people think about Memorial Day weekend, they might think about an extra day off to celebrate a long weekend, a day set aside for an annual cookout and party, or even a day to go shopping. But, at the heart of Memorial Day is a day set aside to remember and …

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Inside the Box: Whole Wheat Berries

By attune • May 16, 2014 • No Comments

GOING INSIDE THE BOX We’re starting a new series called “Inside the Box” where we focus on the ingredients used in your favorite Uncle Sam cereals. In addition to looking at the nutritional benefits of the ingredients, we also provide several recipes to help you see how to incorporate whole wheat berries into your week …

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Mother’s Day Brunch: Whole Grain Recipes

By attune • May 2, 2014 • No Comments

Once May begins, it signals that Mother’s Day is quickly approaching. The weather begins warming up and the planning commences for a feast to let Mom know she’s appreciated and loved. We’ve gathered whole grain recipes that will easily integrate into your brunch or lunch festivities. A few of them include our Uncle Sam high …

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Whole Grain Snacks: Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars

By attune • April 25, 2014 • No Comments

Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars Recipe and Photo by Irvin Lin These granola bars couldn’t be easier to make. Enjoy while hiking, or as a mid-afternoon snack.  YIELD: 18 bars   INGREDIENTS ¼ cup natural peanut butter ½ cup brown sugar ¼ cup raw local honey ½ cup (1 stick) unsalted butter 2 cups Uncle …

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Almond Whole Grain Crunchy Clusters

By attune • April 18, 2014 • No Comments

As spring continues blooming into season and the days of sun shining grow longer, it’s hard to stay inside, isn’t it? The recipe below for Almond Whole Grain Crunchy Clusters is something you can put together quickly as a snack or portable breakfast with a lot of fiber that easily goes where you go. Headed …

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Whole Grain Snacks: Crunchy Energy Bites

By attune • May 9, 2014 • No Comments

If you’re looking for something to snack on, look no further than these Crunchy Energy Bites. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet, salty or crunchy, these are the perfect pick. The unbelievable crunch factor comes from Uncle Sam Original cereal. Versatile, nutritious, fiber and protein-packed, Uncle Sam Original can be included into your …

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Whole Grain Sampling Day

By attune • April 1, 2014 • No Comments

For over 100 years, Uncle Sam cereal has led the charge on the importance of simple whole grain cereals for breakfast. We love that you can see the seam of the intact whole grain in the cereal because Uncle Sam is all about walking the talk with no phony-baloney whole grain call-outs on the front …

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Cinnamon Raisin Whole Wheat Muffins

By attune • March 28, 2014 • No Comments

I can literally count on one hand the number of times I have skipped breakfast in my entire life. Sure, I’ve gone through various phases over the years, from hearty bagels, to filling bowls of oatmeal, to fruit and veggie-packed smoothies, but the importance of having a healthy breakfast has never faded in my world. …

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Whole Grain Main Dish Recipes: Chicken Schnitzel

By attune • March 21, 2014 • No Comments

Get ready to wow your family tonight with a few simple ingredients. Do you ever crave crispy fried chicken or dream about crunching into a chicken tender? Aida Mollenkamp brings the qualities you love into an easy recipe that comes together in minutes and takes Uncle Sam cereal beyond the cereal bowl. Cereal-Coated Paprika Chicken …

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Spring into Action with These 4 High Fiber Breakfast Ideas

By attune • March 7, 2014 • No Comments

With winter comes hearty breakfasts that warm you up. People turn to intact whole grains for breakfast because eating the whole grain gives a hefty helping of fiber that keeps you full longer. There’s a reason pots of steel cut oats get stirred more during October through March. But, as the weather begins to change, …

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