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How to Make Healthy Eating Fun

This post about healthy breakfasts that are high in fiber is brought to you by Kellogg’s and The Motherhood, and I’ve been compensated for my time. However, all opinions are my own, as always. Thanks for reading.

Nine out of 10 children do not get enough fiber in their diet. Did you know that? Many of you might not have – but fiber intake is kind of a big thing for me, so I’ve heard this statistic for a long time now. It’s gotten pretty easy for me to make sure I’m getting enough fiber – I love whole grain bread, I’ve switched to mostly brown rice and whole grain pasta – and especially in the fall, I make a ton of soup and chili that are packed full of high-fiber beans. But Abby isn’t as big of a fan of whole grains yet {she just turned 3 in late July.} So I just keep introducing new foods, hoping she’ll find new favorites.

If you’re trying to help encourage healthier eating, one resource that is super duper helpful is They have a ton of cool materials and tips to help you out. And we’ve been playing this board game of theirs, where Abby learns what a healthy meal should look like. It makes learning about good foods fun :) {Looking for some ideas of more foods to try? Check out this list of high-fiber foods on} And there’s one “fun food” that might surprise you – cereal!

Froot Loops are high in fiber

Kellogg’s knows it’s important to kick off your day with a fiber containing breakfast in order to help get the recommended amount throughout the day. That’s why they offer more ready-to-eat cereals that are a good source of fiber {at least 3 grams} than any other U.S. food company. Kellogg’s Froot Loops, Apple Jacks and Mini-Wheats all have between 3-6 grams of fiber per serving, making them a great source of fiber that’s fun for kids. Kellogg’s cereals can be an important – and tasty – source of the fiber plus the whole grains children need to help keep their tummies happy. I mean, who doesn’t love Froot Loops, right? We eat them for breakfast, and for afternoon snacks.

Frosted Mini Wheats are high in fiber

And cereal isn’t just for kids. I love me some Frosted Mini Wheats…. And I love how easy it is to have a quick bowl in the morning – no cooking, little clean-up, and it fills me up until the afternoon. We use cereal in tons of recipes too – from snack and trail mixes, to fun bars and cookies. Using a cereal like these, that’s high in fiber, and filled with good stuff, makes our treats healthier. Learn more about why cereal rocks by visiting


For more information, be sure to visit Kellogg’s on Facebook and Twitter, for updates on new products and promotions. And be sure to enter to win a fun Love Your Cereal prize package from me – using the easy peasy Rafflecopter form below! One lucky winner will get:

  • 3 Boxes of Kellogg’s cereals – one box each of Frosted Mini-Wheats, Froot Loops and Apple Jacks.
  • The “My Plate” game I mentioned above – a fun way to introduce and reinforce skills related to My Plate and healthy living.
  • A super adorable Toucan Sam plush toy {Abby loves to feed Sam bites of her cereal.}
  • Mini Wheats Soaking Cereal Bowl – Abby says it’s like the cereal bites are in a hot tub, lol.
  • An incredibly fun Tony the Tiger Spoon Set.

Have fun and good luck! And see more rules and details here: #LoveYourCereal Giveaway.


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