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Potato Flatbread with Chicken Flakes

Since the school year started, I’ve been thinking of ways to be more creative with our breakfast. My goal is to feed my kids a filling meal in the morning so they could be energized in school and be able to participate in activities. My kids usually have bread and pancakes for breakfast. They rarely eat rice in the morning. I started working around the same time that the school year started, so I needed to create breakfast as quickly as I could. Below is a recipe that is filling and easy to prepare and perfect for families who don't eat rice for breakfast. This is also a recipe where you can prepare the chicken filling in advance and store it in the refrigerator and even prepare the flatbread recipe separately on different days. This is perfect for working moms like me. My Potato Flatbread with Chicken Flakes recipe is easy, delicious, and healthy! It’s the perfect grab-and-go breakfast for busy bods.   Potato Flatbread: Ingredients: ·     150 grams U.S. dehydrated po

Gardenia Plant Tour 2018



My family loves breads and pastries. We finish more or less 3 loaves per week and pastries. But my kids' are really curious as to how their favourite bread is made and produced considering that they are found everywhere. Just my luck when I was included in the plant tour together with other mommy bloggers of Mommy Bloggers Philippines. Too bad I could only bring one child but I didn't know it will be a day full of activities. Imagine if every mommy brought two kids. HAHA.

Mommy Bloggers' kids

We were picked up by the shuttle and went directly to the plant together with other mommy bloggers and their kids. I must say that you need to bring with you energy and enthusiasm as they have so much activities prepared for you and your kids. This is perfect bonding activity for parents and their kids.

Here are some of the activities they prepared for you: 

1. Art Fun. They will ask you to paint ceramic bread figurines and make colorful ID tags that would best describe you and your kids. The kids will also be asked to color a picture and so many more!




2. Role Playing. The kids were asked to make a dough, and recipes that you can make out of Gardenia products. My son had fun doing it and also the fun part was tasting what he made. Kids were asked to convince mommies why Gardenia products are perfect for the whole family. The kids also experienced on how to sell bread as they were able to do hands-on how to be a cashier and sold bread to their mommies.






3. Plant tour. We were able to witness how ginormous machines work and able to produce 800,000 packs of bread per day at the plant tour.


Good news, you and your kids can also join the workshop! All you need to do is to do the following: 
  • Fill out the Gardenia Kiddie Workshop registration form here: https://goo.gl/m6hiXU or download and fill out the form at Gardenia Plant Tour Facebook page (@GardeniaFactoryTour).
  • Send the accomplished form via Facebook PM or thru email at customer_relations@gardenia.com.ph
  • Bring empty packaging of the following Gardenia products on the day of the workshop:
  1. 1 loaf packaging
  2. 1 pandesal/bun packaging
  3. 1 Creamroll packaging
  4. 1 Pocket Sandwich packaging
  5. 1 Twiggies packaging
  • Bring any ID that indicates the kid’s date of birth on the day of the workshop.
Who can join the workshop?

·        Kids ages 5-10 years old (accompanied by one parent or guardian)
Note: if kids are not in this age bracket but are already capable to participate in the activities, they are welcome to join.

Goodluck mommies and daddies! I am sure you will have so much fun with them. 

For more information, visit their facebook page here: Gardenia Factory Tour


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