The holidays are here! With many families sheltering at home during the pandemic, Christmas traditions have been put on hold. To keep the kids busy this season, Nature’s Path Envirokidz – the leading family-owned organic breakfast and snack food company – created an original Gingerbread House recipe (below) to get the whole family involved in a fun, festive activity.
**I received samples of the EnviroKidz products for the purpose of this review. (But no one influence’s this gals opinions!)
Using their animal inspired cereals such as Turtle Splash, Cheetah Chomps, Leapin’ Lemurs, Koala Crisp and Amazon Flakes, Nature’s Path’s vegan, made-from-scratch ginger bread house will get kids in the holiday spirit, and it tastes so good they won’t even know the cereals are packed with healthy ingredients too.
Save the Animals, Save the Planet!
EnviroKidz mission is not only to make delicious organic food for kids, but to help save animals and the planet. That’s why each box features real life animals – animals who they support every time you choose one of their cereals.
From cereals to granolas to snacks, I can attest that my family has ben devouring the healthful goodness of these foods for the past few weeks. As an added holiday bonus- Nature’s foods offers products for the widest range of dietary needs that I have ever encountered.
Foods For Every Dietary Challenge
My son’s girlfriend is here for Christmas, so we will be serving her the gluten-free cereal. Since my mom just got out of the hospital, it’s the no-sodium Quick Cook Steel Cut Oats for her. There are also vegan, low-sugar, and kid-friendly products. All organic, non-GMO, and rooted in sustainability. so eat up kiddies!
Edible Gingerbread House Recipe
And head to the EnviroKidz site for more kid-friendly recipes and fun activities. Such as their Gingerbread House made from their absolutely DELISH cereals! (I’m absolutely adding this to my Holiday recipe lists.)