Weetabix Oatibix Bitesize Reviews
Product Type: Weetabix Breakfast
Description:Type: Cereal / A delicious alternative to wheat cereals.
Newest Review: ... me. I have become used to that over the years and this is now how I enjoy my Weetabix type cereal. I am still surprised at ... more
by - written on 21/09/08 (Very useful, 465 readings)
Oatibix Bitesize Oatibix bitesize are one of the range launched onto the breakfast cereal market last year. Remember the advert - they're 'not-made-from-wheat-made-from-oats-instead-a-bix' or something along those lines. After the launch of Oatibix, Oatibix bitesize were introduced. Having already tried the Oatibix and not being too enamoured of them, my daughter wanted to try out the bite-sized version. The packaging looks tempting enough. Oatibix is emblazoned across the front of the box with the familiar Weetabix logo positioned in the top corner. The box states they're low in saturated fat with 100% wholegrain oats. They also have the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10, updated on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
First we had Weetabix, then we had Oatibix. Now we have Oatibix Bitesize. Having already tried the original Oatibix and not finding them much different to Weetabix, I was curious when I saw these to try them out. First off I tried them straight, and just like Weetabix and Oatibix, you need something sweet on them. sugar is the first thing that springs to mind, and sugar it was. Just like the other two, this goes very soggy and mushy quite quickly, but that is OK by me. I have become used to that over the years and this is now how I enjoy my Weetabix type cereal. I am still surprised at how un-oaty, they are, and how much it just seems like it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 387 readings)
Weetabix Oatibix Bitesize now seem to have changed their name to Weetabix Oatibix Bites and you can have the plain version, or the sultana and apple version. However, I think that they also make a chocolate and raisin version. Weetabix Oatibix Bitesize used to be in a blue pack and when the name changed to Weetabix Oatibix Bites, the colour of the pack changed also. Weetabix Oatibix Bites are now in a yellow pack. The Oatibix Bites pack that I am reviewing is the Weetabix Oatibix Bites Sultana and Apple one. As stated earlier, the 550g pack is yellow with Oatibix Bites Sultana and Apple in bold black lettering on the front. There is also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I had previously tried the standard sized oatibix and not been terribly impressed... the premise being the same as weetabix but made from oats but the result sadly lacking in flavour and prone to the same 'instant-soggyness' that plagues weetabix. These bitesize versions, however, seem to be quite an improvement. They are much tastier, don't get soggy quite so quick (though it's still a problem) and are easier to eat. The main problem that I have with them is that they are high in sugar. There is around 5g in an average bowl (and about 14g per 100g) which is fairly high for a supposedly 'healthy' cereal. You can certainly taste the sugar when you eat them, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09 (Useful, 93 readings)
First of all let me say this straight. I like Oatibix bitesize. The problem is that they could be so much more than they are. As a diabetic I'm drawn to products such as these, especially ones containing oats as they're a great slow-release food. The problem is that these are loaded with sugar. Even the plain ones have over 5g of sugar in a 36g serving, and that's before you put milk on it. I suspect that the sugar is used to "glue" the biscuits together because as soon as you pour milk on them, they go all mushy. Which I actually like, but some people won't. Part of the sugar content may well be the "pro-biotic" ... Read the complete review
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