Special K Yoghurty Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Brand: Kellogg's / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... at once, hoping to keep up my resolve to eat breakfast daily by having a bunch of choices to hold my interest. Of all the ... more
Price Comparison for Special K Yoghurty
Kelloggs Special K Yoghurty 320g
Kelloggs Special K Yoghurty 320g
Last Update 19.06.2013 14:32
by - written on 29/08/11 (Useful, 26 readings)
Having made the decision to lose a bit of weight over the summer, I decided to change my old breakfast-skipping ways, and the 'Special K Diet' quickly caught my eye. I bought a few different varieties of the cereal all at once, hoping to keep up my resolve to eat breakfast daily by having a bunch of choices to hold my interest. Of all the types I chose, I was by far the most disappointed with the Yoghurty - the picture on the front of the box had looked to me like large chunks of yoghurt which would flavour the whole bowl (as they do successfully in the Special K Creamy Berry Crunch - which I would recommend to anyone!). Instead, they were barely as thick as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have eaten this cereal everyday for breakfast for a few months now after i decided i wanted to watch my weight a bit and reduce my calorie intake. Special K is advertised as a healthy cereal and is aimed at women who want to lose a bit of weight. Their slogan on their adverts and on the packaging of their products is "love your jeans again", suggesting if you eat Special K you are likely to lose a bit of weight and will be able to fit into your jeans comfortably. They have a two week plan where if everyday you eat a bowl of Kelloggs Special K for breakfast and lunch and also a balanced 3rd meal, in two weeks you will have lost weight They even have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
I am on a health kick, so therefore have banned all lovely drippy buttery toast in favour of cereal and skimmed milk. On this particular quest I decided I wanted something healthy is, without too much fuss, but with something tasty in it! Not asking much am I?! Special K is a sub brand produced by Kelloggs. Kelloggs are most famous for their cereals and are in every supermarket. Special K is one of their most famous healthy cereal ranges. It began in the mid 90s and their are now many varieties of Special K. The premise of the original Special K is multigrain flakes, with vitamins B, C, D and iron and only 3% fat. They are a ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Special K Yoghurty
Kellogg's Corn Flakes - So many... they're just so good Not the cheapest abvailable
Kellogg's Froot Loops - Pretty colours! Not a nice taste
Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Clusters, Honey and Nut - Delightfully crunchy Very sweet and sugary, too overpowering, not really 'morning' food
Kelloggs Multigrain Start Cereal - Pleasant enough, healthier than a fry-up Not as tasty as a fry-up, rubbish package design
Kellogg's Krave Cereal - Quite chocolatey so good for those with sweet teeth. Not nice flavour or texture with mik.
Kellogg's Special K Fruit and Nut Clusters - Lots of different flavours, very filling. Addictive and expensive.
|More products in Breakfast|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Asda Malted Oaties cereal||Asda Choc Squares Cereal|
Hazelnut and Chocolate centre is delicious!
Not so good on the fat content, but they're great as a treat!
|Asda Swiss Style Muesli|
delicious and filling.
You need to shake it to wake it.
|Weetabix Oatibix Bitesize|
Easy way to make an oaty breakfast
Serving size isn't very big!
|Kellogg's Special K Oats & Honey|
low in fat and calories, plain and natural taste, good product from the Special K range
not keen on the cereal grains, doesn't really taste of honey
|Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Porridge Oats|
Delicious, chewy, filling, healthy and cheap!
Not a speedy oat (but worth the wait)