Kellogg's Frosted Wheats Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Type: Cereal / Food / Breakfast Cereal
Newest Review: ... real sugar as well as sorbitol. The Wheats are lovely and crunchy and chewy at first but I usually soak mine in milk and then ... more
by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I have been enjoying a much healthier diet recently so I have been looking for some breakfast cereals that contain all the goodness that I need but yet still have a nice sweet taste to give me something enjoyable in the mornings. While these may look totally loaded with sugar they fit the bill very well with a bowl actually containing less sugar than the likes of crunchy nut cornflakes. Frosted Wheats are little blocks of shredded wholewheat which then have a small layer of sugar over the top of them. Initially when I looked at one I was pleased with the size of them as one is a nice mouthful without being too large for your spoon. The sugar dusting looks a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Introduction This week on the shopping trip, we fancied somehting a bit different to the normal Frosted Shreddies and these caught my eye. We tend to buy Kelloggs, not because we are snobs but because thats what we have!!! If you don't know Kelloggs, they are a vey famous cereal company and they make an excellent start to a busy day. Packing As most cereals, Frosted Wheat come in a cardboad box but the actual cereal is in a plastic bag inside this. There are 12 servings inside this but it depends how much you eat! On the front is the logo and a red and yellow theme (as above). On the back there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I love cereals and have recently again been trying various different ones. One of the cereals I've sampled is Kelloggs frosed Wheats. They are made by Kelloggs which are a well known brand. Therefore they can be found in all supermarkets including Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's. They can often be found in smaller shops too and little newsagents. Often they are served up at hotels and bed and breakfasts but I've only come across this once and they were in their own little box which came from a multi pack. They can be found in the cereal aisle alongside the other Kelloggs cereals. These particular ones were right next to the bite size shredded wheat. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I'm always looking for something a little different for breakfast, ideally something both myself and my granddaughters' will enjoy to save me having to have a cupboard full of different cereals for each of us at the weekend. I hadn't seen Kelloggs Frosted Wheats before, although I believe they have been available for some time now, but knew from the box that this cereal would be something we would all like - me because the cereal itself looks similar to the lovely Shredded Wheat, and the girls' because it's coated in a delicious looking sugar frosting. The cereal itself looks like the Mini Shredded Wheat you can buy and indeed tastes the same too. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
This used to be sold under the name of Toppas back in the 80s and early 90s but was taken off the shelves and then re-branded and produced under the name of Frosted Wheats to fall into line with the rest of the world. I was intitially under the impression that this ceral was made by the same company that makes Shredded Wheat but in fact that is made by Nestle and surprisingly Kelloggs doesn't actually have a plain wheat cereal. They do have one other variety of this called Raisin Wheats but I am still surprised that they don't have their own version of Shredded Wheat, mini-sized or not. The box itself is bright red so I can always spot it pretty quickly if in ... Read the complete review
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