Kellogg's Nutrigrain Apple Bars Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Brand: Kellogg's / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... ever eaten one for breakfast, but I know people who have, especially those who aren't keen on breakfast and like to eat on ... more
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I can never quite manage to eat breakfast in the mornings. However I thought I needed to start to eat something as my mum keeps nagging me to eat something in the mornings and I also need to get a little healthier. I can't eat cereal because I don't like milk so that can be very limiting to what I can eat for breakfast. I always find toast too much to face in the morning too. I decided on eating fruit for my breakfast but after a few days I got bored of eating oranges and bananas. My sister recommended the Kelloggs Nutri-Grain bars to me and because I was fed up with all the other stuff I had tried, I thought I would give them a go. You can buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Nutri-Grain Apple Morning Bars *Product* Here we have the Nutri-Grain Morning Bars (formally known as soft bake bars). This is the apple flavour and is described by Kellogg's as being "a soft golden baked crust made with wheat, wholegrain oats and an apple filling". The morning bars are a source of fibre and contain calcium and iron. They also contain 6 B-vitamins. They can be eaten if you have no time for a proper breakfast or as a snack. *Packaging* These morning bars can be bought individually or as part of a multi-pack. The multi-pack box is cardboard and has a flap which you tear open. The box is similar to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
The first time I saw Kelloggs Nutri-grain bars was at the nursery where I bring my elder one. They don't feed the kids with it but it is put in a basket near the entrance with a huge label that the adults should have breakfast too, so we can take one of those bars if we had no breakfast. I tried one and I became addict to them. They come in a box of 8 or 12 in the supermarkets and you can buy them individually too. The box of 8 bars costs 1 pound in Tesco. They are cheap in multipack and very tasty. You can find them in most of the supermarkets. The golden crust is made with wheat and wholegrain oats and is filled with apple. The bar itself is soft ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I buy a box of Nutrigrain bars evey week, because my little boy likes them for breakfast and they make a convenient and non messy snack.I have been buying them for some time now, and have noticed quite a hike in the price over the last year. they used to be about £1.50 per box, but now they are about £2.49, although a lot of supermarkets have got them on offer at the moment for £1.50, so I may stockpile! Nutrigrain bars are marketed as "morning bars" which doesn't really tell you a lot about them. They are individually wrapped oat and cereal bars, with a fruity filling. Kelloggs make a variety of different flavours, including strawberry, blueberry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I had been having the strawberry version of these for some time but thought I'd give the apple version a go when I decided to start eating more healthily a few months ago. Cereal bars are a big part of my diet as I have them daily either as breakfast or a snack. I usually leave for uni before I feel ready to have any breakfast but know I will get hungry later on in the morning, therefore if I take one of these with me I can have it before my day begins and therefore not get hungry. Nutrigrains have been around for some time now and I remember them as the beginning of cereal bars as they are today. I am a fan of them, as are a great deal of other people! ... Read the complete review
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