Kick off 2021 with a fresh new start to your mornings with a sampling of products from 4 women-led Minnesota businesses. Paired together or enjoyed individually, this carefully curated box of premium products is perfect for the coffee drinker, breakfast cookie lover, granola cruncher, and alternative milk connoisseur.
Each Breakfast Box includes:
All for $35!
A little bit more about this Better Mornings Breakfast Box:
Kakookies: When Sue Kakuk discovered her daughter and collegiate cycling teammates were stopping at fast-food for donuts and breakfast before their races, she carefully crafted an on-the-go cookie made with whole grains and superfood ingredients that satisfies hunger and sustains energy. “I wanted to pack the deliciousness and comfort of a cookie with the nutrition of an energy bar into a grab and go snack to help fuel busy and active lifestyles.” - Sue Kakuk, founder
Gustola Granola: A premium granola company based out of Minneapolis that fulfills an adventure seeker's need for sustaining energy, a health nut's desire for lower sugar, a WWRC member’s right to treat herself, and for everyone in between...just all-around pick-me-up-joy! Each bag is thoughtfully constructed because at our core is a woman with a drive for better granola and a kindness to share. Founder Angela Gustafson www.gustolagranola.com
Willa's Honestly Delicious Oat Milk: Using their Grandmother Willa's deliciously creamy recipe and the entire whole grain oat, Willa's has more fiber and protein & less sugar than other leading brands with no food waste in their process. Willa's Creamy Oat Milk is certified organic and is an all around champ for everything including drinks, cooking and baking dairy-free recipes. Co-founders Christina Dorr Drake and Elena Zienda www.willaskitchen.com
Munkabeans: a friendly cafe in the heart of downtown Hopkins, serving an all-day breakfast & lunch menu, made-from-scratch baked goods, and high-quality, locally-roasted coffee & espresso drinks. Munkabeans has been creating a buzz around the Twin Cities since 1996 and Jessie has owned it since 2013. Proprietor Jessie Kyarsgaard www.munkabeans.com
Women Who Really Cook: All of the women above are part of Women Who Really Cook, a networking organization for women in the food industry that was founded by Sue Zelickson, a James Beard Award winner, Twin Cities food columnist, radio personality, and philanthropist. www.womenwhoreallycook.com
We hope you enjoy each and every item and consider gifting a box to friends and family! Your purchase supports all these amazing women owned businesses. Cheers to better mornings!