Nestle Honey Nut Cheerios Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Breakfast
Description:Type: Cereal / Whole grain breakfast cereal.
Newest Review: ... Tocopherals, and Flavouring. As a honey sweetened cereal, you don't need to add sugar to Honey Nut Cheerios, unless you ... more
by - written on 18/06/09 (Very useful, 154 readings)
I had never eaten Honey Nut Cheerios (or even regular Cheerios for that matter) before today. I probably wouldn't have eaten them either, if a free sample hadn't arrived in the post this morning. A 600g box of Nestle Honey Cheerios can be purchased from Tesco's for £2.69, or you could wait 28 years for a free sample in the post as I did. So how was my Cheerios eating experience, and what are they? Honey Nut Cheerios are small cereal rings (or small surreal rings if you've been drinking) which measure around one centimeter in diameter. They are best enjoyed (like any other breakfast cereal) in a bowl with some milk, but I suppose you could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/08 (Very useful, 273 readings)
When my best friend came to visit Scotland and stay at my flat I asked her what type of cereal she wanted me to buy for her for breakfast. She told me she had recently been eating Honey Nut Cheerios and that would be fine to have. My husband and I had been eating regular Cheerios for a while so I decided to try the Honey Nut variation in order to compare and contrast. Taste: I must say after trying the Honey Nut Cheerios I am totally converted. I found that sometimes while eating regular Cheerios the taste would become a bit bland as soon as the bowl was filled with milk. I also found that they would become soggy rather quickly. Honey ... Read the complete review
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