There are 4 cereals in Kellogg's new range, all lower in sugar, high fibre, wholegrain, low in salt, and a good source of Vitamin D (a big consideration in this bad weather!) In fact, they're so healthy that they're allowed to be advertised on children's TV, where there are strict guidelines on what is allowed to be advertised.
The 4 cereals are additions to existing brands, as you can see. Strawberry Rice Krispie Multigrain Shapes, Coco Pops Croc Prints, Honey Pops & Honey Loops. Squeaky, Daddy & I tucked in to them all.
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I have raised a strange child. When the average three year old is faced with the choice of "grown-up" breakfasts, or cereals aimed at children, especially those that taste of chocolate, which do they choose? Squeaky deigned to try each of the cereals in the range once. And then demanded corn flakes and/or plain porridge. I should be pleased, for the most part her dietary preferences leave something to be desired, but when she's got the chance of indulgent children's cereals, wouldn't it be great if she'd eat them? This isn't a criticism of the cereals at all, just an observation on the oddities of my daughter. I will bear this moment in mind in a couple of years' time when she refuses to entertain the concept of anything other than the most absurd, multicoloured, sugar-coated, chocolate-filled nonsense.
|Coco Pops Croc Prints.|
We did best with the Honey Loops, Squeaky ate most of a bowl, and I only had a few to finish off. They stayed nice and crisp though, and were sweet without being sickly. A good alternative, and the one we'd be most likely to buy again, as we both liked them.
The Rice Krispies Strawberry Multigrain Shapes were the least favourite in our house. Squeaky, as I've said, is quite the plain cereal fan, and I'm not a fan of fruit flavours if there's no actual fruit in front of me (I blame being a child of the 1970's). They're nice and reminiscent of strawberry milkshake, but just not quite for us. You may well have other opinions. We don't dislike them, but they're less of a favourite here.
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