Kellogg's Special K Oats & Honey Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Type: Oats / A healthy multi-grain blend of lightly toasted rice and wheat flakes with wholesome oats and a touch of ... more
Newest Review: ... oats and a honey flavour. Not being a huge fan of honey itself I like how this cereal is not too sweet or too honey-ish, it ... more
Price Comparison for Kellogg's Special K Oats & Honey
Kellogg's Special K Oats and Honey Cereal 650 g (Pack of 2)
Less than 3% fat HFA approved Suitable for vegetarians Contains f ...
Last Update 15.03.2014 00:35
Kellogg's Special K Oats and Honey Cereal 375g (Pack of 3)
Less than 3% fat Contains folic acid Suitable for vegetarians Hal ...
Last Update 15.03.2014 00:35
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I've always loved special K, and my favourite has to be the Oats and Honey one! I dont need to eat a low fat cereal but I like to eat a healthy cereal. I like the "normal" special K also, and enjoy the taste. I only buy the Oats and Honey when they are on special offer as they can reach almost £3 a box which I think is too much. But you can sometimes buy 2 boxes for £4. The flakes are slightly shiny with the honey with little puffs of rice and there are bits of oats as well, which is great as I love oats. I like the honey taste and for me it's not too sweet, but I know others who say it is too sweet. The cereal stays crunchy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 171 readings)
I've recently been following the Special K Diet plan, which allows you to create a personal plan based around eating two bowls of Special K cereal a day, in combination with a healthy balanced meal for lunch or tea. I was on the lookout for variations to the normal Special K flakes as I figured it would get boring eating the exact same thing twice a day for two weeks. Looking for some different flavours, I came across the Oats & Honey variety at Tesco, for the reduced price of £2, usual cost is £2.87 for the 425g box. Special K Oats & Honey is described as "crunchy honey rice and wheat flakes with mixed cereal. A delicious multi-grain blend of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Now we are well and truly into the new year, it is time to try and start the old fitness regime off again. I'm not a great lover of Kelloggs Special K as I find them a bit of a nothing in taste. So I was pleased when I spotted these Special K Oats & Honey boxes on the shelf in Tesco's, also they were on special offer at only £1.40 for a 425g box. Now when pouring into a bowl you will notice that they are the same Special K flakes, but with a slight coating of honey on and a lot of loose oats mixed in, also coated in honey as well.The honey taste is quite strong and at first I wasn't too keen as I'm not a honey eater, but after a couple of days it didn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I like to eat cereal for my breakfast and occaisionally as a snack throughout the day, and have tried loads of varietys. One of the cereals I regularly eat is Special K. I try to eat Special K as I beleive it is healthy, however because they taste slightly bland I end up putting sugar on the top which is defeating the purpose of it being good for me. When I saw the Special K Oats and Honey on the supermarket shelf, I thought I'd give them a try instead of the normal sort. *The Purchase* This cereal can be purchased at most supermarkets and is rather pricey unless the supermarket has a offer on. I paid £2.69 for a 425g box, which is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
As part of myself and my husband new "health kick" I have had to change my way of thinking snack wise. Now I know many of you think I shouldn't be snacking or encouraging my husband to snack, but without a bit of something to look forwards to. Please no smutty comments to that statement, we have been together for 15 years, I'm lucky if I can be arsed to raise a smile after being at work all day! My final idea, snack wise, was the fact that we both enjoy cereal, and as we never have the time to eat breakfast in the morning, we wouldn't get bored with eating some at night. On one of our shopping trips to Asda, and as is always the case in ... Read the complete review
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