Dorset Cereals Simply Delicious Muesli Reviews
Product Type: Dorset Cereals Breakfast
Description:Brand: Dorset Cereals / Type: Muesli / Simply Delicious Muesli is a scrumptious blend of raisins including juicy jumbo ... more
Dorset Cereals Simply Delicious Muesli ... Chilean flame raisins, sunflower seeds, dates, roasted hazelnuts and brazil nuts with multi-grain flakes. Ingredients: Oat Flakes, Wheat Flakes, Barley Flakes, Sultanas (7%), Raisins (6%), Chilean Flame Raisins (5.5%), Toasted And Malted Wheat Flakes (Wheat, Malt), Sunflower Seeds (4%), Dates (3.5%), Brazil Nuts (2.5%), Whole Roasted Hazelnuts (1.5%).
Newest Review: ... Delicious Muesli and that all changed! This is a seriously good, seriously healthy start to the day. It has a high oat ... more
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Simply Delicious Muesli - Dorset Cereals -850g box
Simply delicious - just like it says on the packet!
Last Update 10.12.2013 06:14
by - written on 06/04/08 (Very useful, 769 readings)
I have never been over fond of muesli myself having always seen it as a rather tasteless type of breakfast cereal however having tried some of the Dorset Cereals other products I decided to give their muesli a try one day - I guess I must have been influenced by the name? It has certainly changed my view of muesli and I now always have a pack of this in my cupboard. According to the packet Dorset Cereals Simply Delicious Muesli is a scrumptious blend of raisins including jumbo chilean flame raisins, sunflower seeds, dates, roasted hazelnuts and brazil nuts with multi grain flakes. It sounded good and, as I am supposed to have a helping of cereals each day ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
If youre going to eat a muesli in the morning then it can only be this one for the best taste, texture, fruit content and quality. I have never been an avid fan of muesli and then I tried dorset cereals and cant get enough of it. I adore all of the dorset cereal range however the basic muesli that they do is by far the best and its full of flavour which many mueslis are not. Organic produce and knowing that it is local produce also as I live in dorset then I feel I am also giving something back to the community when buying it, however generally it is great for all the family and can introduce children to muesli where they would normally hate it this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/09, updated on 07/08/09 (Very useful, 213 readings)
The thing about muesli is you either love it and eat it with enthusiasm, or you hate it and eat it because you think it's good for you, but look upon it like it's gruel. I am definitely one of the former. WHAT IS MUESLI? ---------------------- This is a really important question because every box of muesli you come across will have different ingredients. The one thing all muesli types have in common is they contain rolled oats. The type of fruit and nuts and the addition of other flakes is what makes each muesli unique and also is what determines the taste and texture of the muesli. Everyone who likes muesli has a preferred type, and it's not brand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 221 readings)
I was introduced to Dorset Cereals early last year through my other half who was on a health drive. He wouldn't stop going on about a fantastic range of mueslis he'd discovered, I was to that point thinking there wasn't such a thing as a delicious muesli! So on my weekly trip to the Supermarket I came across the Dorset range of cereals and thought I'd give it a go. The packaging looks great and I love the different colours of the boxes through the different flavours. They do a number of different mueslis, cereal bars and porridge though I have only tried a few of the mueslis so far. This particular cereal comes in a fair size box of 850g, the boxes are also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/09 (Very useful, 216 readings)
Is this not the best tasting muesli in the trendiest looking box? Muesli and I don't really get on. I think it's mostly budgie or guinea-pig food with the odd sultana thrown in. But Dorset cereals really know their stuff. They certainly understand what makes a muesli sceptic tick. The packaging is eyecatching in the first place, but best of all Asda had it on special offer at £1 - it's since gone up to £2.63 for an 850g box, so it's not cheap. You could always pack it out with smart price sultanas to make it last longer, or throw a yoghurt on top to use less each morning. The packaging is recycled which also makes you feel more ... Read the complete review
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