Good morning! How are you today? Is the coffee piping hot? OK. Now what are you having for breakfast? If you're anything like me, you know you should have a healthy start to the day, but if you're lucky, it's a jammy dodger grabbed as you run out of the door on the nursery/school run before another day at work. Well stop right there! Make a bit of time. Because I've got a bowl of loveliness to share with you! Jordan's Super Berry Country Crisp, in fact.
Are you hungry already? Country Crisp is made up of baked oat clusters with freeze dried blackcurrants, cranberries & blueberries. All those lovely anti-oxidants waiting to jump into your bowl, and fill you with goodness! I love the cluster type cereals, they stay crisp in milk far longer than flakes, and you don't get so much dust at the bottom of the box, so I was very happy to give these a try.
There was one little issue for me. One that could be quite a big issue for other people. We're a nut-free household by choice, not by necessity. That means I don't have to scour labels for nut warnings, but I do avoid products that state they contain nuts on the front of the box. I was surprised to find chopped roasted hazelnuts listed in the ingredients, when cereals usually make good mention of the presence of nuts on the front. You can't really taste them, which suggests to me that they don't add anything, and I slightly wonder why they're there. To be honest I'd rather they weren't, and I'm glad we're only nut-free by choice.
Jordan's Super Berry Country Crisp is available from Waitrose & Tesco (and probably others) for around £2.69 for a 500g box.
Disclosure: I was sent a box of Country Crisp free of charge for the purpose of this review. I was not told what to write & all opinions are my own. Links are provided for your convenience only, I am not a member of any affiliate scheme & will not receive reward for their use.