For busy moms, week night meals can be a trial, and health conscious parents are always looking for options for better foods that can be prepared quickly. Village Harvest Whole Grains has a new line of frozen prepared whole grains that can help solve this dilemma.
Two series of grains--Whole Grain Medleys and Whole Grain Creations feature 8-10 oz. packages, packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, fiber and complex carbohydrates.
The Medley line features Red Quinoa & Brown Rice, Farro & Red Rice, Wheatberry & Barley, Brown, Red & Wild Rice and a Golden Quinoa, assorted recipes that typically would take hours to prepare, while the Creations line combines naturally delicious flavors like Wheatberry, Barley, Quinoa with Cranberries & Almonds and Brown Rice, Wild Rice with Black Beans & Corn. Perfectly delicious served solo, they also afford a quick upgrade to soups, salads and sautÃ©s.
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Village Harvest Whole Grains are available at Whole Foods in individual servings and Costco in club packs, as well as other select groceries.
Shannon is a Canadian mom to her two little Texans, now living in Colorado, and the author of
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