Back to the Roots

Back to the roots sent us some cereal and breakfast toppers to review. 
We were not compensated for this post, just sent product. All opinions are our own.  
Here's a little background info on the company:
In a college class, we learned that mushrooms could grow on recycled coffee grounds. After watching hours of how-to videos and turning our fraternity kitchen into a big science experiment, we eventually decided to give up our corporate job offers to instead become full-time mushroom farmers. What started as curiosity about urban farming has turned into a passion for “undoing food” and reconnecting families to it through fun, delicious and sustainable “ready to grow” and “ready to eat” products.  

Unlike refined or even whole wheat flour, 100% stoneground whole wheat has more nutrients and more taste. It leaves Mother Nature’s recipe untouched — nothing is added, nothing is removed. One pound of whole wheat kernels goes into the mill, and one pound of flour comes out. Can you taste the difference?

Organic Breakfast Toppers are a great way to bring fun and DIY back to the breakfast table. Each variety is made with just 3 simple, healthy, and delicious ingredients – a fruit, seed, and nut.
Packaged in reclosable, easy to pour cans, Breakfast Toppers make it easy to customize your breakfast or snack on the go – perfect for topping off your favorite cereal, oatmeal, or yogurt!

Our Review:
The cereal was so tasty and we were so surprised it was only made with THREE ingredients (Stoneground Whole Wheat, Organic Cane Sugar, and Sea Salt)! Talk about a win win! 


The breakfast toppers were a HUGE hit. They jazzed up our yogurt and cereal, but we took it a step further and poured them on our PB&Banana Toast and Pancakes!! They were so tasty and they are full of nutritious benefits, so we were very pleased!

Skip the butter and syrup and use yogurt and breakfast toppers for your pancakes!
Please visit their website and order some of these awesome breakfast foods for yourself! 

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