Saturday, August 30, 2014

New Suddenly Grain Salad!

Have you heard the news? There is a new and wholesome grain blend from the Suddenly Pasta Salad line – Suddenly Grain Salad!

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Are you looking to get more whole grains into your diet without sacrificing taste or convenience? With Suddenly Grain Salad you’ll never look at sides or grains the same way again! With flavorful blends like brown rice, wild rice and quinoa paired with herbs and spices your taste buds will be happy and you’ll have no problem upping your intake of wholesome grains. And prep…well it’s a breeze with a boil-in-bag format. There are also dried fruit, vegetables and/or nut mix-ins along with a dressing packet included to create the perfect blend of flavors and textures giving you more time to spend with your family.



Available now you’ll find three varieties of Suddenly Grain Salads. Harvest Grains combines’ brown, wild & red rice, quinoa, with cranberries & almonds, and a sweet blush. The Tuscan Grains variety mixes together brown rice, quinoa, wheat berries, with almonds and a tomato parmesan herb. Lastly there is Southwest Grains, a family favorite! This brown rice, quinoa, with black beans, corn, red peppers and a chipotle vinaigrette mix is delish alone or even on a wrap. The simple prep work of Suddenly Grains makes them great for experimenting with. You can create so many wonderful dishes from these bases, in addition to just enjoying them as a side.

Do you find it hard to incorporate grains into your diet? Have you tried or would you be willing to try new Suddenly Grains? Which variety sounds best to you?

Buy It: Look for new Suddenly Grain Salad in the rice and grains or pasta aisle at your major grocery retailer and online! Here is a coupon to save you some money on your next shopping trip!

2 comments:

Barbara Montag said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I'm going to check for these in our area.
thanks for the info1

Rachel C said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

Those do look good, especially the harvest grains. They would make a good lunch I think.

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