Lately I have been loving a glass of chocolate milk as a nice sweet snack! Since I am lactose intolerant I have been trying different chocolate almond and soy milks. I also recently realized how amazingly tasty chocolate almond milk is in coffee! As a result of my current affinity for chocolate non-dairy milk, this #FoodLabelFriday I will be comparing two brands of chocolate almond milk.
For this #FoodLabelFriday I will be comparing two brands of instant oatmeal. Oatmeal is a great choice for breakfast or a snack. It is a fiber-rich whole grain that can help lower bad cholesterol and help you feel more full for longer by curbing appetite. While steel-cut oats would be the ideal choice, sometimes convenience foods like instant oatmeal are the more realistic choice.
For this #FoodLabelFriday I will be comparing two brands of buttery spread. Both Land O’Lakes Whipped Unsalted Butter and Country Crock Original have 50 calories and 6g fat in 1 tablespoon, but one of these buttery spreads has 8 ingredients and the other only has 2. Continue reading →
I love barbecue sauce! One of my favorite quick meals is to throw boneless, skinless chicken breasts in the crock-pot with some BBQ sauce to make a super easy pulled BBQ chicken. I try to keep a jar of BBQ sauce on hand a jar for the days that I’m relying on convenience and don’t have a time to whip up homemade BBQ sauce.
Be a savvy shopper and don’t be fooled by marketing ploys! I have decided that on the first Friday of every month I will compare food products and ingredient lists as a part of a new series-#FoodLabelFriday. The first comparison I am going to look at will be Cheerios Protein vs. Honey Nut Cheerios. Cheerios Protein, a product that, despite its name, offers per calorie virtually no more protein than Honey Nut Cheerios, costs more, and has more sugar and sweeteners. Continue reading →