Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
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Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Member Name: pinklady1
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Advantages: nice, light and filling
The best meal of the day has to be your breakfast, and there are so many cereals available to choose the choice cannot always be easy. This brand of cereal has been around for over 100 years and still popular with adults and children.
It is ready available at any supermarket and it comes in a cardboard box with the little chicken logo and the box is easily opened from the top with a flap opening, inside the contents are inside a plastic wrapper to keep them nice and fresh. I pour mine into a plastic container and use them from there when I need them
They are a nice size flake of cereal and nice and light, they are golden in colour and a little milk on them, they taste delicious and filling. They are very crunchy.
Per 100g they contain:
I paid £1 for a 500g box and it was on special offer as they can be on many occasions so it is always best to try and buy them when they are at this price as it can save you lots of money and you can get almost 2 for the price of 1 sometimes.
The are available also in very tiny boxes that contain one serving in a variety pack of different cereals and these are ideal for taking away on holiday with you or if your children like different cereals.
This cereal is perfect used if you are on a diet or reducing your intake as they are filling as well as healthy.
This product is amazing as it has been around for over a century, and it is sold worldwide.
A little sugar can be put onto the cereal if you think it is not sweet enough and if not they taste nice enough, I do not add any sugar to mine as I just like them just on their own.
I use them to make little cakes for my grandson as I used to for my own children when they were younger, I just melt some chocolate, any type, cooking or just milk chocolate and I add the flakes to them and mix they lightly together and let them set and they are excellent for them as a little treat and for those dark days when you want to your child to be busy and you have a cooking day together, this is a very easy, quick way of passing the time and amusing the children.
I am sure everyone has tried these but if you have not I recommend them to anyone to give them a try.
I give it a 5 star
Summary: good value at a good price
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