Thursday, June 7, 2012

Quaker Bar

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Quaker Oats for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
The first thing I notice when I arrive here in the US is that hubby loves to eat Quaker oatmeal every morning. At first I do not know how to cook it same as hubby do not know how to cook rice. I am Asian so I eat rice all the time but not oats. One time hubby asks me if I like to try his Quaker oats, I did try and I immediately like the taste. After that incident, I tried not to eat a lot of rice; instead, I eat Quaker oats.
Before I came here in the Philippines hubby found a Quaker Soft Baked Bar in the grocery store. He is not a person who reads food label as long as he is familiar to the product he is going to like it. However, that time he reads the label, found out that Quaker Soft Baked Bar is a wholesome food, and is good for breakfast snack. Therefore, he suggested that I have to bring Quaker Soft Baked Bar to my trip in case if I do not like the food in my flight, I have food to eat and it is more nutritious. To make the story short I ended up bringing Quaker Soft Baked Bar with me and gladly I did because to tell everybody frankly the food in the flight is not so good. Aside from being nutritious and tasty, it is also packed with:
- 140 calories
- 5g of Fiber
- 6g of Protein
- Excellent source of 5 B-Vitamins
In addition, with Cinnamon Pecan Bread and Banana Nut Bread delicious flavors how anyone could do not want it! As I have said, I ended up bringing several pieces of bars and shared it with my seatmates in the plane. Of course, they are thankful since they know by themselves that Quaker is the best.
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