May 31, 2015

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Kids & parents will love this summer snack --- WOATS Oatsnack

A taste of summer in one convenient bag— 
Jammin’ Strawberry Shortbread
 is the newest mouthwatering creation
from WOATS Oatsnack

From road trips and plane rides to a day at the beach, the deliciously indulgent creations from WOATS Oatsnack make it easy to fuel one's body with healthy, yummy goodness. They've tapped into the wholesomeness of the old-fashioned oat and paired it with a host of other natural ingredients for energy boosting morsels folks can enjoy by the handful. Their newest flavor Jammin' Strawberry Shortbread can be found at Target stores throughout the nation. $4.99 for each 10 oz bag.

Jammin' Strawberry Shortbread has everything the body needs to hit the ground running. This fruity blend includes the sweet melodies of juicy strawberries, buttery shortbread, and California almonds, and is a healthy alternative for packed lunches and beach day snacks. The chewiness of the oats along with the crunchiness of the nuts creates a mouthwatering texture that's nothing like the granola snacks of yore.
From summer picnics to a snack to munch on while watching fireworks, WOATS has a number of different flavors to suit every palate. Nuts About Berries is a trail mix with a kick thanks to the addition of tangy cranberries and roasted praline pecans. Cookies 'n' Dreams is filled with chunks of chocolate vanilla cream sandwich cookies, while the Peanut Butter Graham Slam focuses on creamy peanut butter and crisp honey graham crackers. When summer comes to an end, don’t forget WOATS Oatsnack is perfect to pop in the kids’ backpacks for school snacks and lunches!

Founded in December 2003, Anderson Trail is a values-driven food company with the motto of "humble oats with ambition." This not only stands for their creative flavor combinations, but also represents founder Justin Anderson's desire to help other kids and young adults dream big. Anderson set his sights on entrepreneurship at the age of 16, founding his first successful venture into the food market with Anderson Trail Premium Soft Granola. WOATS are becoming even easier to discover since their expansion into Target and Sprouts Farmers Market and The Fresh Market locations nationwide, Meijer stores in the Mid West, and H-E-B grocery stores in Texas.

My daughter and I both love granola. We will eat it all the time, usually mixed in with yogurt. It adds that little bit extra to it! Oaksnack Nuts About Berries was soft and chewy, with a sweetness from the honey, and a little bite from the cranberries. It was great by the handfuls, but also paired with the yogurt really well!  This is not the normal granola that you would normally buy, it was soft and chewy and not hard and crispy.  My son who does not like the hard kind, was in love with this type of granola.  He has been munching on this non-stop.

The Cookies ‘N’ Dreams tastes just like it sounds...delicious. You get generous amounts of chocolate vanilla cream sandwich cookie chunks mixed with the honey oats. My kids LOVED this variety and enjoyed snacking on it after school/ It is sweet enough for dessert too!

Nuts About Berries - From the first delicious handful, you’ll fall in love. Southern roasted praline pecans and tangy cranberries pair perfectly in our irresistible oat and honey blend.

Peanut Butter Graham Slam - This bench-clearing snack combines creamy all-natural peanut butter, crisp honey graham crackers and delicious butter toffee peanuts in our irresistible oat and honey blend

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