Organic Grain Cereal-From Certified Organic-Amish Home Grown Grains
Cottage Craft Works provides a complete line up of Amish Country foods including cereals made from certified organic grains grown on an Amish farm
If you're looking for wholesome nutritious breakfast cereals made from organic grains, consider the organic cereals from Cottage Craft Works.com
Cottage Craft Works provides a complete line up of Amish Country foods including cereals made from certified organic grains grown on an Amish farm in Southern Ohio.
Many of the cereal products are made with Spelt. Spelt is related to wheat and it even looks like wheat but Spelt contains less gluten.
While it is not the best for forming breads it works just as well in the place of wheat for cereals and flour products for many who suffer from wheat allergies.
They also offer sprouted grain products that further enhances the nutritional value. Organic grown grains already demonstrate higher nutritional elements compared to traditional growing methods the sprouting process even enhances the nutritional elements further.
You can learn more by just Goggling “sprouted organic grain benefits”.
Spelt Maple Crunch made with sprouted organic grains- This makes a tasty breakfast dish; personally I like to mix it in with some of the other organic breakfast cereals. It is made of whole spelt flour, whole milk, maple syrup, butter, baking soda and organic vanilla and real salt. It contains only 164.1 mg of sodium.
Spelt Granola (with Raisins & Sunflower Seeds)-This is just a wonderful tasting mix that is great for breakfast and or just dry as a snack in place of a health bar. It is made of organic rolled spelt, organic spelt flour, maple syrup, cinnamon, real salt, and baking soda.
Puffed Cereals- If you remember the commercials of the cannon puffed cereals you will relate to these products. Organic wheat, spelt, corn, and rice are all cannon puffed and coated with honey, and coconut oil. No salt and no sugar make these puffed cereals from organic grown grains a sure winner for your family. These are hardly ever found in longer on the local super market shelves, everything is loaded in sugar and sodium, so this is a very good alternative.
You can purchase these organic Amish Cereals at Cottage Craft Works .com as well as over 5000 other wonderful down to earth back-to-basic products for the home, farm and ranch.
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