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Oatmeal in a Pouch: Suck It!

Oh, my.  The German is horrified at my unladylike language.  Suck it?!  Oh, Pat-TEE! Have you no shame?

None.  Come on, Mom.  I think we established that a long time ago.

Back to the subject at hand: Oatmeal in a pouch.  Huh?

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Check this out, y’all: Blueberry Acai Flax

Oatmeal in a Pouch: Suck It!

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Looks like those baby food pouches, doesn’t it!  I know you’ve been dying for an excuse to have your own grown-up version of pouched (verb’d!) food to go.  Uh-huh, yes you have!

Here’s the nutritional info:

Oatmeal in a Pouch: Suck It!

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Are you having a happy moment because the short list of ingredients?  I am.

If that doesn’t make you giddy enough, check this info out:

Gluten-Free! (this isn’t an issue in our house, but it may be in yours)

Non-GMO certified! This one causes me to start a happy dance. Non-GMO = good for everyone.

ALL THE FIBER! Y’all know what I’m alluding to. A snack to keep the innards chugging along is a good thang.

No refrigeration is gonna appeal to a wide range of folks/places.  Here’s my short list:

* Hiker’s packs

* Mommy’s park snack stash.

* Diaper bags

* Teachers

* Lunch boxes

* Runners

* Glove box of your car

* Emergency weather kit

* Students

* College care packages

My initial reaction is that they’re a bit pricey, but once you read through the reviews, it seems they’re worth it; they’re a hit!

And if you don’t like blueberry? Luckily, they come in two more flavors.

Classic Apple Cinnamon

Oatmeal in a Pouch: Suck It!

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Raspberry Coconut, for the island spirit in you!

Oatmeal in a Pouch: Suck It!

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Yum!

Happy Shopping, Y’all!

 

 

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Munk Pack Oatmeal in a Pouch: Take Two

Wednesday 27th of May 2015

[…] is my second review for the Munk Pack Oatmeal Fruit Squeezes. After my first review, Munk Pack sent me a few samples, with no strings attached, to try for […]

froglipz

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

No.

Patti Tucker

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

LOL! Come on!

Jo-Anne

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

I know my grandchildren liked things like this we get yogurt in a pouch like this and they love it

Patti Tucker

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

Kids love stuff like this!

Stacie

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

How interesting! I've never seen this before. It looks great for those days when I'm running late. Thanks for sharing! Stacie xo

Patti Tucker

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

Exactly what I'm thinking!

Megan @ All That Glitters

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

I love when I can read all the ingredients! I'll have to give it a try!

Patti Tucker

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

The same goes for me. The less, the better!