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Win a Naosap Harvest Organic Wild Rice gift basket ($98 value)

Naosap HarvestProduct Moment:

“Our organic wild rice is grown in the pristine, isolated lakes of northern Manitoba, Canada. Its nutritional values and versatility may surprise you. Contrary to what many people believe, wild rice is not rice at all but a grass.  Much of it sold today is grown in man made lakes or ponds (paddy rice), where the lakes are drained in the fall for harvest.  Our rice is all grown in Manitoba, Canada’s natural, pristine lakes which produce a longer, fuller darker grain. As our summer days are longer, our natural rice has the opportunity to mature to perfection. Our rice is certified organic through OPAM (Organic Producers Association of Manitoba)”.

Mommy Moment:

As soon as I opened the beautiful gift basket I saw a recipe for the Naosap Harvest Granola bars. Since I am always on the lookout for homemade snacks for school lunches I decided to make a batch of them right away. Kate got right in to help.We decided to use the chocolate covered cranberries that were included in the gift basket instead of using raisins or chocolate chips.

homamde Granola bars

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The ultimate test was to see if they were a hit with the family and they were. Just take a look at them for yourself….Mmm Good! I can’t wait to try the Manitoba Maple Wild Rice Pudding too,  it may not be the healthiest but looks oh so yummy!

homemade granola bars

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This was my first time using wild rice flour. It is ground up very fine and I have used it in many recipes with great success. We even made pancakes using the wild rice flour and fresh berries…a new breakfast favorite!

The wild rice is unlike any other wild rice I have purchased. The Naosap Wild Rice is longer and richer in color and the aroma is wonderful as well. I must also mention I was impressed with the nutritional information. Gluten-free, and a good source of protein, iron and fibre. I personally like to make a large batch of the rice and freeze the extra. The rice can be reheated, and still tastes terrific. I actually love to add the reheated wild rice to my homemade soups and stews.

One of my favorite features is that you can order directly of the Naosap Harvest site and even pay via PayPal!

Giveaway Moment:

1 lucky Mommy Moment™ reader will win a Naosap Harvest Organic Wild Rice Gift Basket (ARV $98)
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Disclaimer: I received a product for testing it out and giving my own personal opinions of it. As always, the views are my own. I did not receive any monetary compensation from Naosap Harvest to write this post. This post is not endorsed, sponsored or affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or any other network. This post is the property of Mommy Moment™ and/or its above sponsor.

barbara hunt

Monday 12th of September 2011

Thanks for the great contest! [email protected]

Sheila Hall

Monday 12th of September 2011

I would like to try the Broccoli-Rice-Cheese Casserole.

alberta byers

Sunday 11th of September 2011

I want to try the Wild Rice and Mushroom Patties

Sarah L

Sunday 11th of September 2011

Traditional Canadian Organic Wild Rice Stuffing looks good. Thanks for the contest.

Renee G

Sunday 11th of September 2011

I would like to try the Broccoli-Rice-Cheese Casserole recipe. [email protected](DOT)com