Rumblers Oat Clusters Raspberries / Strawberries Reviews
Product Type: Rumblers Breakfast
Description:Brand: Rumblers / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... was quite happy when I set my eyes on a new product that I'd never seen before - a Rumblers Oat Clusters with raspberries ... more
by - written on 07/12/09, updated on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 370 readings)
Running late on a Monday morning and you forget to eat breakfast - you have three options really - a McDonalds breakfast, bacon on toast from the local cafe, or a healthier alternative from another source... Now with it being a Monday morning I wanted to start the day in the healthiest way possible, so I went into Boots to pick up a yogurt. To be honest Boots yogurts don't usually fill me up, so I was quite happy when I set my eyes on a new product that I'd never seen before - a Rumblers Oat Clusters with raspberries plus bio yogurt. The yogurt itself was 99p, so as a one-off it's not bad value. I asked the shop assistant at the till for a plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Now, I don't like cereal. But these converted me! You can see me raving about them some more in my review of Jordans Cereal, because they are what got me to try that cereal. These are really scrummy. I prefer the strawberry version but which you prefer is more down to which fruit you prefer, not this specific product. They come in a packet which is basically two "bowls" with lids attached together. You take the plastic wrap off and you have the two containers - one with the cereal in and one with the yoghurt. The cereal is a kind of oaty cluster thing with pieces of strawberries (or raspberries) in. You open the yoghurt half and pour it on ... Read the complete review
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