Kellogg's Special K Peach & Apricot Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
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Kellogg's Special K Peach and Apricot Cereal 320 g (Pack of 3)
Less than 2% fat Contains folic acid Suitable for vegetarians
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 14/09/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I have never much seen the point of Special K because it's so tasteless and doesn't fill you up as much as other cereals and it's not even that much lower in calories and fat than better tasting cereal you can buy. My mum likes it though and because I love the taste of peaches and apricots I thought I'd try this one for my breakfast this morning for a change. It tastes alright but isn't a cereal I'd want to eat very often because the apricot and peach slices are proper chewy because they are dried fruit and I reckon I'd rather cut my own fresh fruit up and throw it in with some weetabix or corn flakes. The Special K cereal is nice and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09, updated on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I bought these yesterday from Asda as I am now on a diet! The adverts I have seen showing the lady in the red dress with what can be described as the most enviable figure has finally made me sucumb to trying to lose 3 stone LOL!. Anway, I was going to buy Asda's own brand of this type of cereal until I saw it on offer down from £2.89 (for 375g that is EXPENSIVE when you can get 1KG of their cornflakes for only £1 more!) to £2.00. Thought I would give them a go! One box at 375g provides 12 servings! ***What is it?**** Special K is made up of wholewheat flakes and dried fruit including peach and apricots. What is ... Read the complete review
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