Kellogg's Corn Flakes Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Brand: Kellogg's / Type: Flakes
Newest Review: ... as any other cereals in a cardboard box containing a plastic waxy bag inside which helps keep the cornflakes fresh and ... more
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by - written on 14/05/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Having been on a bit of a diet recently I have been taking cereal to work with me in the mornings for breakfast. I actually purchased the Kellogg's variety pack which contains 8 individual portion boxes of different Kellogg's cereal with one of the boxes being corn flakes. Corn flakes were the first cereal launched by Kellogg's and have been around ever since. They consist of toasted flakes of golden corn. The corn flakes come in a variety of box sizes with a 750g box currently costing £2.00 in Tesco on special offer. These corn flakes come packaged much the same as any other cereals in a cardboard box containing a plastic waxy bag inside which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 152 readings)
There are lots of own label brands and cheaper versions of the simple cornflake but I would have to say that the Kellogs version are the best if only marginally. It is well known that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a bowl or two of this cereal with milk will definitely satisfy your appetite and potentially stop you snacking throughout the morning until lunch. Cornflakes are humble and unassuming and are basically just flakes made from pressed corn. When I was a child I found them quite boring compared to Frosties or Coco pops and if it was all that was in the house I had to eat them by sprinkling a touch of sugar on the top of them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
There can't be many out there who have never tasted or heard of Kelloggs corn flakes. The product has been mass marketed since 1906, so if you've never seen them as you have been walking around the shops, you really haven't been looking at the shelves:-) There are now many different kinds of imitations of corn flakes but as the advert goes 'if it ain't got Kelloggs on the box, it ain't got Kelloggs in the box'. So for the purpose of this review we are talking about a box of cereal with Kelloggs splattered all over the front, and a huge picture of a green rooster named Cornelius (Corny) Rooster along with a bowl of cornies. Kelloggs have these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Kellogg's Cornflakes are a traditional English breakfast cereal. For years I ate this cereal as a child, as both my parents loved it. However, it was only when I was allowed to eat other cereals that I realised just how plain and boring Cornflakes really are. The first thing to note about Cornflakes is that it is a very healthy breakfast cereal. Each golden flake is said to be picked from the finest sun-ripened corn. Healthy is good, but not when you dislike the taste. Obviously you're meant to cover the cornflakes in milk, preferably cream, for a nicer taste, but this still leaves the cereal tasting very plain. The only way I can enjoy Cornflakes, is if I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I have recently tried out the Kellogg's corn flakes cereal and this is my review. I bought my box of the Kellogg's cereal in my local mini market and I paid around £2 for the small box but the whole range of Kellogg's cereals is available in larger supermarkets such as Tesco or Sainsbury's and they are usually better value in a larger store than in a local shop like the one I bought my cereal from. The Kellogg's corn flakes are golden flakes of corn cereal and they look very crispy and are a nice golden colour when I shake them from the box into my bowl. I like the corn flakes sprinkled with a small amount of sugar and then I pour over ice cold ... Read the complete review
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