manna bread review and giveaway!

I know all of your ears perked up when you read giveaway. I know mine would! But before I get to the giveaway part don’t ya’ll want to hear about the wonderful product first?

 What is Manna bread? It is a cake-like, sprouted breadyeast free breadorganic bread, free of salt, no oils, no sweeteners, no leavening agents. Manna is a moist and delicious, high in protein and fiber.

They sell many different flavors of bread ranging from sprouted, sourdough, and wheat free:

-Banana Walnut Hemp Sprouted

-Carrot Raisin Sprouted

-Cinnamon Date Sprouted

-Fig Fennel Flax Sprouted

-Millet Rice Sprouted

-Multigrain Sprouted

-Sunseed Sprouted

-Whole Rye Manna Sprouted

-Bavarian Rye Sourdough

-Multigrain Flax Sourdough

-Sunny Sourdough

-Manna Whole Rye No Wheat

-Bavarian Rye Sourdough – No Wheat

I got to choose 4 to review so I chose: Carrot Raisin Sprouted, Millet Rice Sprouted, Multigrain Sprouted, and Multigrain Flax Sourdough.

Carrot Raisin Sprouted

INGREDIENTS: Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic carrots, organic raisins

Anytime there is some sort of veggie hidden inside of a product, I am all for it. This bread had an amazing balance of sweetness that came from the raisins. I love the denseness of the bread. It totally tasted like a (healthier) version of carrot cake. Plus 5g of protein and fiber per serving? Yes please!

Millet Rice Sprouted

INGREDIENTS: Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic millet, organic brown rice

I love using millet in bread because it adds a nice pop when you bite into the kernels. Therefore, I just had to choose this bread to try. I had this one with some almond butter and it tasted great. A totally filling snack that kept me full for a couple of hours. And once again, 5g of protein and fiber! Score.

Multigrain Sprouted

INGREDIENTS: Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic brown rice, organic barley, organic millet, organic flax seed, organic rye kernels, organic soy beans, organic rolled oats, organic oat bran, organic cornmeal

The texture was very similar to the Millet Rice Sprouted, but just a little sweeter. This one tasted great by itself. Even my roommate liked it! That’s a win right there, people. This one has 6g of protein and 4g of fiber per serving.

Multigrain Flax Sourdough

INGREDIENTS: Filtered water, organic whole wheat flour, organic rye flour, organic multigrain blend (organic whole wheat, organic rye, organic barley, organic oats, organic flax, organic millet, organic buckwheat), organic flaxseeds, sea salt.

I love sourdough!! And you know what…I loved this bread! It had an amazing sourdough taste that can sometime be hard to find in wheat breads. I was literally dipping this bread in pumpkin butter. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. This one had 4g of protein and 6g of fiber.

Which one was my fav? Multigrain Flax Sourdough. But they were all so good!

Now for the part you have all been waiting for: giveaway time!

This is my first giveaway so I am pretty stoked 😀

Giveaway

One oh so lucky winner will receive FOUR loaves of bread from the wonderful people of Manna Bread. Plus, you get to pick the flavors!

Mandatory Entry

  • Tell me which flavor of Manna Bread you would want to try the most

Additional Entries (this is where my blog promoting comes in) 😉

That gives you all a total of 5 ways to enter!
The giveaway will end Saturday, October 29.
But if you really can’t wait to try some Manna Bread, head on over to their website and buy some online!
Thank you so much to Manna Bread for sending me the generous samples and for this giveaway!
Note: Manna Bread sent me these samples to review. They did not pay me to say any of this. Each and every piece of opinion is solely mine.
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84 thoughts on “manna bread review and giveaway!

  1. Wow, first, really? Watch, I’ll press submit and there will be like 5 comments ahead of me.
    I’m already subscribed to your blog, but I can’t believe I’m not following you on twitter! I better get on that.
    I really like the sound of the carrot raisin one. Yum.
    And hooray for blog promoting!

  2. Q&A: What would you pick for your “last meal”? (this is supposed to make you think of what your very favorite meal EVER would be!) 🙂

  3. Questions:
    -How do you get pumped up for loong training runs? I’m finding myself having trouble getting up the motivation to run 9+ miles
    -Did you like eating in a dining hall (if you did)? If so, what were some ways that you survived?! I can’t stand my school’s food haha!

  4. That bread looks so delicious and hearty… I would have to say the one I want to try the most is the sunny sourdough.. sourdough is my favorite!

  5. this company looks awesome! i love all the flavors ha but if i had to choose four it would be: cinnamon date, carrot raisin (you sold me with ‘healthier carrot cake’), multigrain sprouted, and multigrain flax! 🙂

  6. Q&A question, since you’re in college, what are some good ideas to bring for lunch in between classes?? no way in heck am I paying for overpriced food here hahahaha

  7. And My question for the Q&A?
    what’s your all time favorite restaurant to go to? What’s your favorite thing to order there?

  8. Many thanks to you and Manna Bread for offering such a generous giveaway. I would LOVE to try Cinnamon Date! Can you really so wrong with cinnamon and dates? Yum! 🙂

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