My Favourite Cereals Reviews
Description:Type: Cereal / What snaps your crackle or pops your oats?
Newest Review: ... Many people think of Shredded Wheat as boring because it is so plain tasting and not very sweet but I fid that it is extremely versatile as a snack and can be accompanied by a variety of other foods I like to eat Shredded Wheat in a bowl dry with a small squirt of honey and raisins over or with a large spoonful of natural yoghurt as I like the crunchiness of the Shredded Wheat biscuit and ... more
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
There are hundreds of types of cereal available to us these days, some healthy, some not, some tasty and some not. Crispy, chewy, gloopy any taste and texture is represented somewhere. My grandad is Scottish (I am very much English though), his favourite cereal (I think this qualifies as cereal) is the scottish staple, porridge. Porridge is suprisingly adaptable and as such must be worth a mention (even though personally I'm not too keen on the stuff. Porridge can be made with wate or with milk, it can be covered in sugar for the sweet toothers out there and salt for more savoury snackers. It goes with any topping you care to mention really, strawberries, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/09, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I've noticed since becoming pregnant there is an unwritten rule where people do not bat an eyelid or question pregnant ladies eating slightly strange combinations or certain foods at less traditional times of the day (actually that's a lie my work colleagues did look at me quite oddly when I decided to eat a bowl of chicken soup at 7.30am last week). The "traditional breakfast cereal" has become part of my staple pregnancy diet and I have been eating cereal like it is going out of fashion just at random times of the day and with other food combinations. Therefore I thought now was as goods as a time as ever to post my five favourite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
**Introduction** When it comes to breakfast there are a huge amount of different cereals on the market there's also porridge and oatmeal but I hate them so only stick to Cereals. Like any other food, people obviously have their favourite cereals as well as their favourite sandwich fillings or favourite thing to have for dinner. I am not a regular eater of Cereal in the normal form though and tend to buy those fruity cereal bars you can buy. Having said that, there are a number of different cereals that I like and here are some of my favourite Breakfast cereals. **Favourite Cereals** Cheerios When I used to eat Cereal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/09 (54 readings)
Breakfast - breaking your fast! I always made a joke of this saying, saying that if you didn't eat all day, and you had your first bite to eat of the day at 8'oclock in the evening, this would still be your breakfast! I'm sure everybody has heard, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Perhaps it is! Eating breakfast is one of the best descisions you could make all day, a good nutritious breakfast sets you up for the day and gives you the energy to go on! Some dieters think that skipping breakfast, will help to lost weight. This is not always the case, as eating first thing speeds up your metabolism, thus allowing the weight to be shifted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
Before I had my little boy, I was never into cereal. I preferred to have an extra ten minutes in bed waking myself up with a strong cup of coffee, and then grab a cereal bar on the way out the door to work. An Alpen Bar was definitely my breakfast of choice - it was quick, convenient and I could convince myself that it was healthy even though it contained chocolate! On the days where I felt like treating myself, breakfast would be a chocolate muffin from Pret a Manger or Costa Coffee, or a croissant, or occasionally a baguette filled with egg and bacon. I don't want to think about what my habit of grabbing breakfast on the way into work was costing me, either in diet or . Read the complete review
Products Similar to My Favourite Cereals
Pertwood Organic Granola Sultanas & Nuts Cereal - Delicious, low salt, low cholesterol, filling and 100% organic. Expensive.
Jordans Natural Muesli - Tastes nice, nuts give a nice crunch, no added sugar Could have a few more raisins, quite expensive
Nestle Cereal 'Almond Oats and More' - They taste great. There might be for some but none for me.