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Have you tried Umpqua Oats yet? This nutritious and convenient heat & eat #oatmeal is made by a company in Oregon, started by 2 soccer moms who wanted to find a healthy, quick, great-tasting breakfast that their kids could eat 'on the go' before their soccer games...So Umpqua Oats was born. Harvest Crate is actually the only distributor of Umpqua Oats in Oklahoma.
Check out some of the crazy combos of Umpqua Oats like...
Jackpot—Raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and pecans. A berry, nutty explosion.
Not Guilty—Apples, blueberries, flax and chia seeds. Sweet enough not to need sugar.
Time Out—Chocolate, peanut butter and coconut. Weird-sounding, but beyond good and very satisfying.
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Umpqua uses thick rolled oats, which are rich in thiamin, iron and fiber—good cholesterol-fighting stuff. Whole oats contain naturally occurring antioxidant compounds called avenanthramides, which are big cancer and heart disease fighting agents. The oats are sweetened with sucanat, a buzz word among health foodies but which simply stands for “sugar cane natural.” Sucanat is whole cane sugar that gets a very simple refining. The freshly cut cane is crushed to extract the juice, which is then heated in a large vat. Once the sugar is reduced to a rich, dark syrup, it’s paddled by hand to cool. This creates the brownish granules called sucanat.

You won’t believe how good oatmeal can be, or how fast it can be ready, thanks to the heat-and-eat carton. Just add boiling water, wait two minutes, then stir. Done.

Tell us what's your favorite flavor of Umpqua Oats.

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Easter candy can pack on the calories. Fresh delicious fruit is always a healither snacking choice, but if you're going to enjoy some yummy #Easter candy today, keep in mind these tips from Appetite for Health. See which Easter candies are calorie bargains and dietitian-approved in the article below.

Like this article if you enjoy smart snacking... :) And tell us what you're doing this Easter.
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