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Holding a sick Muffin

Things have been quiet on the blog lately. I had a few posts planned around Muffin’s birthday (Halloween), but we’ve been battling illnesses the last few weeks. I’ll be back soon, but right now my babies need me. <3

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Dave's Killer Bread

Last year, our family moved towards a more Paleo/Primal-ish diet. We are not militant about it when we go out to eat, but it’s been awhile since we bought pasta or a loaf of bread at the grocery store. Aside from warm fresh-baked bread (because OMG yum), I’ve never been a big bread eater. Apparently the rest of my family has really been missing it. When I told them a box of Dave’s Killer Bread would be delivered soon, the boys became transfixed on the front door. Every knock and ring would excite them. “Is it the bread?!” Clearly, they’re being deprived…

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Good Seed and Thin-Sliced Twenty One Whole Grains and Seeds DKB

When it finally arrived, Biscuit and Cookie begged me to let them eat the bread straight out of the bag. Geez kids, I didn’t realize you missed it that much… ok, straight bread it is! Dave’s Killer Bread is organic and Non-GMO Project Verified. In fact, after less than a decade on the market, DKB is the best selling organic bread in the country! There are 12 varieties available in major grocery chains across 17 states and parts of Canada for $5-$6. The company strives to be more than just bread makers; they believe in creating lasting change for the bread industry, their communities, and their employees.

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They went straight for the Good Seed!

I figured I’d have plenty of time to get pictures of more creative recipes using the rest of the two loaves of bread. We put the Thin-Sliced into the freezer to keep it fresh. Dave recommends placing the whole bag of bread into another bag to freeze for up to three months. I really needn’t have bothered freezing the second loaf. The first was gone in a day and a half! Oh well, you can still make plenty of yummy sandwiches with one loaf of bread.

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A Killer breakfast!

Sadly (not really), none of the bread made its way to sandwiches! I opened the Thin-Sliced bread and made toast to go along with my breakfast of eggs and bacon cooked in an avocado, fried potatoes and orange juice. With each piece of Dave’s Killer Bread containing as much protein as one egg, this was an ideal nursing mama meal. After that, everyone needed toast! Seriously, DKB has an awesome texture and those crunchy little seeds get even yummier when they’re slightly toasted.

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Dave's Killer Bread

Here’s a few quick facts about the Dave’s Killer Bread line:
• Seeded Honey Wheat is the first Non-GMO Project Verified honey wheat bread on the market. With 5g of fiber and protein, the sweet taste and crunchy texture of Seeded Honey Wheat will make it an instant family favorite.
• With 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced, you don’t have to sacrifice taste and nutrition when watching calories. Loaded with grainy texture and hearty flavor, 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced only has 60 calories per slice.
• Packed with a whopping 6g of protein and 4g of fiber per slice, Good Seed™ has the boldest texture and sweetest flavor of all of their breads.

If you’d like to keep up with Dave’s Killer Bread, be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Many thank to Moms Meet for allowing us this sampling opportunity!

Disclaimer: I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms MeetSM program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms MeetsSM blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.

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Muffin removed her diaper in the midst of our photo shoot

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