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Cakes For Breakfast? Why Not?

January 28, 2018

Many friends I have met have told me about how they have fallen on the healthy eating wagon because they were depriving themselves of their favorite breakfast sweet treats. I’m a huge believer that breakfast should be your strongest meal! Its your first meal of the day, I mean its the first thing that determines your mood for the day. Most importantly it gives your body fuel and energy that it needs to boost your metabolism at the peak of the morning.

If you’re used to having French toast with eggs in the morning, I found a great switch out you can try. It’s called Kodiak Cakes! Kodiak Cakes even sell smaller portions for when you’re on the go called “Flapjack On The Go.” You can find them at selected grocery stores or you can even purchase these on Amazon. Below I listed some of the key features that are very beneficial!

Flapjack On The Go Features:

  • Made with 100% whole grain

  • 250 calories per serving

  • 12 grams of high quality protein per serving

  • 15 grams of sugar per serving

  • Made with real and natural ingredients

  • Non-GMO ingredients

  • No artificial ingredients

  • Ready to serve in 1 minute

I also tried the Dark Chocolate Power Cakes Flapjack & Waffle Mix. These are great for making protein pancakes or waffles. Below I listed some of the key features that are very beneficial!

Dark Chocolate Power Cakes Flapjack & Waffle Mix Features:

  • Made with 100% whole grain

  • 190 calories per serving

  • 14 grams of high quality protein per serving

  • 8 grams of sugar per serving

  • Made with real dark chocolate chips

  • Non-GMO ingredients

  • No artificial ingredients

Overall, Kodiak Cakes makes several different flavors to choose from and will quench your morning desire so you can still enjoy those yummy tasting meals but with more suitable nutrition.

 

See what I did there? You can still have your cake and eat it too! :)

 

For more information and nutritional facts, you can find at their website http://www.kodiakcakes.com/

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