Honey Waffles Reviews
Product Type: Honey Monster Foods Breakfast
Description:Brand: Honey Monster Foods / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... the Honey Monster with a bowl of these in front of him shown and we are told what they are and who they are by etc and then ... more
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by - written on 24/03/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Honey Waffles We love our cereal for breakfast in our house and when I came across Honey Waffles from the Honey Monster I just had to pick a pack up! We found these on half price at Tesco's for only £0.99p though usually they are just under £2.00 which is average for these kinds of cereals. The box is a 300g box, which states that you are getting 50% extra free (for the price of a 200g box). I believe that you can also pick up bigger 375g boxes of this cereal though I did not see this in Tesco at the time. I have to admit, just seeing the Honey Monster on the bright yellow packaging made me want to get this cereal as it bought back memories from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Strolling across the cereal aisle in Morrison's with my shopping basket in one hand, and my mobile phone in the other, it was clear I wasn't paying much attention to which breakfast cereals I was going to buy that day whilst I was busy texting away to my friend about the ASOS online sale...until I bumped into a bright yellow box with the big and furry Honey monster beaming straight at me - which totally caused a distraction from half price shoes and dresses! I took a close look; mini honey flavoured waffles...in a bowl of milk? I had to get some. APPEARANCE: Each honey waffle is golden in colour and glazed with honey, and roughly the size of my thumbnail. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
So I went on a bit of a cereal binge the other day and these were on offer at about £1 in asda for a 375g box so I grabbed them as they were new and I had never tried them before. They are made by the same people as sugarpuffs so they must be good, well that was my rationale anyway. They have the honey monster from sugar puffs on the box, like on the dooyoo image on here, however they seem to me like a bit of a more healthy version and the honey monster is not as used as it used to be (although it hasn't been used in pugar puff marketing as much as I remember as a child). These are little waffles and when I first saw them for sale about a year ago, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
'''HONEY MONSTER HONEY WAFFLES''' Don't usually eat breakfast, wrongly i know. Anyway in my local Morrisons on offer was this 375g box of Honey Waffles for just 99p such a bargain thought i'd give them a try. When not on offer they retail at £1.99 but as it's a fairly new product they seem to be on offer a lot. '''PACKAGING''' A Bright Vibrant yellow box that catches the eye and appealing to children, Pictured on the front an old favourite the Honey Nut Monster eating a bowl of this breakfast cereal, with some Honey Bees buzzing around his head. On the reverse it has a mixture of games puzzles and interesting jokes and facts to keep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Honey waffles are the newest cereal creation from honey monster foods. I used to eat healthy cereals in the morning only to find myself craving junk food by mid-day. Then I changed my strategy and started treating myself to a bowl of junk food cereal every morning, and am now able to stave off my sugar cravings until the evening most days. This may not be the healthiest breakfast in the world but it works for me. One thing that is great about honey waffles is that it doesn't contain nuts. I am fine with nuts but my boyfriend is allergic and so when I am breakfasting with him I avoid them. It is amazing how many cereals do contain nuts, so there is ... Read the complete review
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