The banana bread craze began in the United States after a combination of 20th century innovations -- refrigeration, baking soda, and baking powder -- created incentive for quick bread recipes. In 1933 Pillsbury published a Balanced Recipes Cookbook featuring a bread recipe made with wheat bran and ripe bananas.
For years, Pop-Tarts have been a staple breakfast snack. Quick, easy, and tasty; perfect for on-the-go. The issue, however, is that the nutrition in this convenient breakfast food is lacking and the sugar levels at 14g per pastry are off the charts!
S’mores are an old-time American dessert. Many of us grew up eating them and have them especially when we’re out camping or enjoying a post-BBQ dessert. The issue however, is that the graham crackers, the marshmallows and the chocolate are unhealthy and lacking in nutrition; loaded with sugar, lacking in fiber and filled with empty carbs.
The Oreo needs no introduction. Since its inception in 1912, over 450 billion oreos have been produced -- four times more oreos have existed in history than human beings! Crunchy, creamy, sweet, and even addictive, Oreos have forever changed the course of cookie-history.
In 1975, you couldn’t find granola bars on shelves, in stores, anywhere. It hadn’t entered the collective consciousness of American consumers just yet. If people wanted a healthy but convenient snack, it just wasn’t easy to find. But then Nature Valley came out with their signature product, oat bars rolled with honey, and the rest is history.