Thursday, October 1, 2015

Ozery Morning Rounds. A New Way to Have Breakfast! with #Giveaway

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.

Breakfast just got more exciting! Looking for something that is super easy but is also healthy and delicious??? Ozery Bakery has come up with the perfect solution!

Family-owned Ozery Bakery marries convenience and health with their Morning Rounds and Snacking Rounds. Filled with real fruit and only the healthiest grains, these buns are completely free of artificial preservatives, GMO's and ingredients. They can be topped with butter, jams or cream cheese, or be used to make gourmet French toast. Not to mention, when you pop them in the toaster, they smell freshly baked! 

Cranberry Orange Morning Rounds from Ozery Bakery.

When I saw all of the different flavors, I was intrigued! My first choice to taste test was Cranberry Orange. That's been a favorite flavor combo for as long as I can remember. The taste test was a success. I liked it, a lot, but...

The Muesli Round was my favorite!
it was surprisingly the Muesli that stole my heart! All-natural multi-grain buns packed with mixed grains, sweet apples, raisins, sunflower and flax seeds. This round was so tasty good, I think it was the seeds that made all of the difference. Or maybe the raisins? Whatever the case, this round was g.o.o.d.

Date and Chia Rounds
The Date and Chia rounds were good too. Top with a little jelly and add your favorite breakfast beverage, and you're good to go! This kind of breakfast keeps you fueled up right, and it tastes good going down.
The Apple Cinnamon Rounds are great for breakfast or for anytime snacking!

There is also an Apple Cinnamon flavor, and I gave those to my granddaughter who loves that flavor combo. She liked hers baked at 400-degrees for one minute. Nothing on it. And truthfully, you can add butter, cream cheese, jelly or whatever you like, but they do taste good on their own as well.

Think of the possibilities! Do these look like something you would like to try? You can learn more about them by visiting the Ozery Bakery website. They are available in the online store (free shipping) or in various locations nationwide, including Whole Foods and Costco.

One winner gets a random assortment to try! US entrants only.

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63 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

Those sound like an awesome way to start the day to me. I need to get myself a pack of them.

Anonymous said...

That there's a multi grain kind

Lauren said...

I learned they are Non-GMO verified.

Suburban prep said...

They draw inspiration from their grandmother's way of baking.

Pat Hatt said...

Sounds like a good and pretty simple breakfast when one has to move fast

Holy Ghost Writer said...

Healthy and tasty, a win win

Sandee said...

I'm in. These all sound good. Very good. I hate messing with a huge breakfast in the morning. Simple works. Simple and really good works better.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Rebecca Zoeller said...

I really like that this is an innovative new concept, brilliant! And so glad they are non-GMO and no artificial anything!

Anonymous said...

I learned that the Ozery Morning Rounds contain no artificial preservatives. They are made with only real fruit, whole grains, and seeds. They looks wonderful!

alissa apel said...

I like their Ciabatta Thin buns. I think this is a brand I have bought from before. I like: Multi Grain & Chia.

Danielle Day said...

Its extremely healthy.

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

Those look delicious. I learned that they use whole grains and seeds. I also learned that I want these! =)

Melissa Pezza said...

I love that these are whole grain and have no artificial preservatives. These sound great.

CosmeticCrazy said...

I love that they can be heated up in just ONE minute!

Kecia said...

Hmm, these remind me of a pop-tart, only I'm sure they are much healthier! The apple cinnamon flavor sounds delicious.

latanya t said...

ALON OZERY is the founder of Ozery's Pita Break

Denise S. said...

I want to try the Ciabatta Thin Buns.

Kim Pinch said...

I would like to try the Multi Grain Soft Ciabatta Thins. I like the idea that they are a thin bun.

Pam said...

Wow, these sound good. What a quick and tasty breakfast idea!

Mommy Moment said...

The date and chia rounds sound delicious. I am always looking for healthy snack ideas. Yummy!

Six Time Mommy TEST said...

Wow these look and sound super tasty. I could see me starting the days having these in the morning! Yum. - Jeanine

debdenny said...

I am really wanting to try these. The Cranberry Orange has my interest for sure. Sounds tasty/.

Liz Mays said...

Those rounds sound awesome. I could use those for so many different delicious breakfasts.

Crystal said...

We need breakfasts that can be ready in a second for the week days. These sound like a great option for us as we run out the door.

Penelope said...

All of the flavors sound great. I haven't seen these in my store yet, but I'm going to be on the lookout.

slb3334 said...

I like the multi grain.

Brandy Tanner said...

This is a great idea for breakfast! Thanks for the giveaway!

Sippy Cup Mom said...

I love that these are multi-grain! Such great flavors too!

Colette S said...

I would definitely mix up breakfast now and then. I really really want to do that right now.

Kay Adeola said...

Looks like a great breakfast to get you ready for the day.

Vera Khule said...

I like that these products are healthy and wholesome.

Beth@FrugalFroggie said...

Those Morning Rounds look delicious. Going to see if I can find them at the store today.

Kim said...

I like the Apple Cinnamon Snacking Rounds! Those look yummy!
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Ann B said...

These look like a great breakfast. I would love to try the cranberry orange ones.

Shell said...

These look so good! I'm all about easy breakfast foods!

Theresa Mahoney said...

Those Cranberry Orange rounds do sound amazing! A delicious way to start the day, for sure!

sweepmom said...

I think I would really like the Muesli breakfast rounds.

Debra Rutt said...

Ooh, those do look good. I wonder if you could toast them too?

Chasing Joy said...

I'd like to try these. Thanks for the giveaway. I'm entering.

Jackie said...

I learned that the best way to keep them fresh is to freeze them right away. Freezing quickly locks the moisture in. Refrigerators work on the principle of drawing out heat, which takes the moisture out along with it. OneBuns and Morning Rounds can be taken from the freezer and thawed at room temperature for 30 minutes, or popped in the toaster (400°F) for about a minute for fresh-baked flavor and texture

Christie C said...

Oh these all look so delicious! I would love to have some cranberry orange rounds for my mornings

Annamarie Voss said...

I learned that they started baking there own bread in 1997 and I like that they are heart healthy.

tatertot374 said...

Their inspiration is their grandmother's cooking. Thank you!

bbrittbrat1398 said...

I would like to try the cranberry orange ones. Brittney House

A Martin said...

I learned that they are family-owned!

Terra Heck said...

I learned that all ingredients they use are approved by the KSA, Kosher Supervision of America. Thanks.
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Anonymous said...

I like the idea of a flavored cream cheese as a spread. It gives it another texture without deterring from the flavor of the bread

Danielle Oyen said...

I learned that Morning Rounds are crafted with care in small batches, and contain absolutely nothing artificial.

Betty C said...

I would love to try the Multi Grain & Chia Soft Ciabatta Thin buns. They are innovative and sound both healthy and delicious.

Barrie Mac said...

I love that Ozery is family owned and they work on healthy grains but still tasting good!

Lynne said...

I learned that all products are certified Kosher.

Raijean of Swa-Rai.com said...

wow.. this looks like something I need to add to my breakfast routine. I'm always looking for new products to try.

tracey said...

Soft Ciabatta Thins contain no artificial preservatives.

~ Noelle said...

This would be a healthier option than what Marc is normally chowing down on for breakfast!

ferriz said...

i love the chia and date one. they are sooo good.

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Anonymous said...

I want to try one I have not had. Muesli would do it. _Vicki

Brandy C said...

I like that they have options high in protein.

Susan Smoaks said...

i really want to try the Ciabatta Thin Buns

Erica C. said...

No preservatives!

SexyBrat said...

I think the Cranberry Orange Snacking Rounds sound yummy.

Lisa Voyce said...

I think I would like the Morning Rounds Apple Cinnamon Bun.

Carolyn Daley said...

I learned that they have a Cranberry Orange Snacking Round which is only 70 calories per serving.

iggysaysno said...

I like that they have ciabatta,too.