Product Type: Honey Monster Foods Breakfast
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 on the back o... more
They are not the honey monsters they are mine all mine ta!
Member Name: xxfoxyredxx
Advantages: Everything, I really like these!
Disadvantages: None at all
One thing I always try to eat every morning (or at least when I rise out of my pit lol ) is some sort of breakfast. I prefer sweet cereals as a rule so when I spotted a box of these Honey Waffles from Honey Monster Foods recently at only £1.00 a box in my local Poundland store I decided to grab them as that sounded like a good deal to me for a large sized box of them.
Well these come in large cardboard mainly yellow coloured box with a picture of 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 on the back of the box other information listed includes being given an ingredient list, allergy advice and a full nutritional chart as well as contact details for the manufacturer being given and then the 'waffles' come in a see through white plastic bag that is mostly see through. Nice bright packaging and child friendly packaging this is and of course it is informative enough too.
The Cereal Itself
Well what you get is a multigrain cereal in small squares with lines running through them giving them a criss cross effect and they have a shiny glaze all over them which is a glaze of sugar and honey. The cereal itself is light and crunchy all at the same time and to me has a taste of oats and wheat to it, the glaze is slightly sweet with a hint of honey to them which goes nicely with the slightly malt taste of the cereal.
With milk they hold well without going mushy to soon though these as they are quite large so I find I can't eat very many of them at all, which is a good thing really as they are very filling. I like eating these dry as well as I love the crunch they have to them and the sweetness feels like a bit of a naughty treat. With only 112 calories for a 30g serving of them and only 0.5g of saturated fat these are perfect for me and my tastebuds and I love em...the Honey Monster ain't getting mine and neither is anybody else!
Available in all good supermarkets and a box like mine (a 375g box) will usually cost you about £2.20 in places like Asda and Tesco (and all good supermarkets really!).
Summary: Nice cereal and a bit different!