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Fruit Flakes Yoghurt And Strawberry

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Brand: Fruit Bowl / Type: Flakes

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      21.03.2010 20:03
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      A really tasty treat.

      As my little one refuses to eat any kind of fruit apart from that in the grape family, I was looking for a new way to get some fruit into him. We've tried the normal fruit flakes, which he loves, so I thought I'd buy these ones with a yoghurt coating for a little treat. They come in little foil bags of 25g, and like the normal fruit flakes, these are a really handy size for when out and about. They come in little pellets and these are great for little toddler hands. The pack claims they are made with real fruit and yoghurt and have natural colours. In terms of what's in them, for every 100g serving there's- Energy- 1883k (449 kcal) Protein- 1.7g Carbohydrate- 64.2g Fat- 20.6g In terms of ingredients, they contain concentrated purees, fructose-glucose syrup, sugar, gluten free wheat fibre, vegetable fat, gelling agent (pectin) natural colouring (anthocyanins) natural flavourings, and Glaze consisting of gum arabic, and shellac. But, are they worth buying? I think so, as they are delicious! I often feed them to my toddler, who gobbles them up, and I have to stop myself from stealing them all, they're so moreish. It's not something I would have considered for a snack for myself before, but I certainly will from now on. Overall, nice for a treat for adults and kids and a good way to get some fruit into kids who don't normally like it. You can also buy these in a large multipack if you want to keep some in stock.

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