Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
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Kellogg's Just Right - just right for a little bit of supper!
Kellogg's Just Right
Member Name: karlsm93
Kellogg's Just Right
Disadvantages: Expensive at full price
My husband and I always have a bit of 'supper' before heading up to bed, but we try to avoid eating a lot of sweet things at this time of the day, and instead tend to have a bowl of cereal or yogurt. We are both big fans of Fruit and Fibre and I was about to buy a new pack of this when I noticed Tesco had this Kellogg's Just Right Cereal on offer a few weeks ago, with a 500g box costing £1.49, it is usually at least double the price.
Originally I thought the box itself looked very small and I thought that it wouldn't actually contain much cereal, and therefore felt that other cereals on the shelf would be better value for money, but I ended up getting it wen I realised it contained 500g and thought at the reduced price it was a good time to try this out.
This cereal is housed in a rather noticeable green coloured box. This cereal contains wholewheat, corn, rice flakes,as well as raisons and almond flakes, which I think it a nice, relatively healthy combination. I particularly like the fact that it contains raisins as well, as I always thinks this gives it more flavour, and its sometimes nice to have something to get your teeth into!
When you pour out this cereal, it reminds me somewhat of muesli, but tastes so much nicer!! THe combination of different cereal flakes with the raisons and almonds is different but very tasty and would easily have you reaching for the box again to pour out more.
In terms of nutritional information, a serving of this cereal contains 148 calories, which isn't the worst when it comes to cereals. It does however also contain 9grams of sugar, which reduces the healthiness of this cereal. On a plus note, there is less than 1gram of fat!
All in all, although I wouldn't say that this cereal lasts a long time, it is a very tasty cereal and perfect for supper. I always have porridge in the morning as it keeps me going for longer without snacking so I don't know if this cereal would keep you going in the morning just as much, but it certainly is a filling supper, which we both have enjoyed a lot. I think at full price at over £3, it is pretty steep, and I wouldn't be paying that, however when on offer, I would certainly purchase this cereal again.
Summary: A tasty cereal shame about the price
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