Kellogg's Fibre Plus Cereal Bars Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Snacks
Newest Review: ... cakes and a chocolate covered flapjack. I have tried both varieties of Kellogg's Fibre Plus Cereal Bars and personally ... more
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
In a bid to be a little bit healthier I have swapped my usual biscuits or chocolate with my morning cuppa for cereal bars. I usually just buy what ever is on offer that week as I think they are generally overpriced. Last week whilst browsing round my local Asda I spotted these Fibre Plus bars for £1.00. The box only contained 4 bars instead of 5 or 6 but at £0.25 each I still thought it was pretty reasonable. The box is different to the above photo; this appears to be foreign as it contains anti-oxidants and 35% fibre, the British version has a mixture of mauve on the top and chocolate brown on the bottom. I chose the milk chocolate and oats but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 158 readings)
On a recent shopping trip I discovered Kelloggs Fibre Plus Cereal Bars. The Cereal Bars were available to purchase in a Milk Chocolate and Oat variety and a Dark Chocolate and Almond version; however, due to my love of milk chocolate I opted to purchase the Milk Chocolate and Oat variety. The photo in the image relates to the version of this cereal bar which is only available abroad as the Kelloggs Fibre Plus Cereal Bar which is available to purchase in the UK only contains 20% of your daily fibre, not the 35% as advertised in the image. The cereal bars weigh 28g each and are sold in boxes of four, they are currently on offer in Morrisons where they are half ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I decided to try Kellogg's Fibre Plus Cereal Bars after hearing rave reviews about them from other members at the Slimming World group I attend and decided to give them a try. In the UK there are two varieties of Kellogg's Fibre Plus Cereal Bars available, milk chocolate and a dark chocolate and almond bars. Unlike the above picture the UK variety of these bars have 20% of your daily fibre requirement not 35%. The bars come in packs of four 28g bars and contain 111 calories per bar. The bars are available in the main supermarkets and currently retail for £1.98. The milk chocolate bars come in a purple box with a picture of the product on the front ... Read the complete review
by Arnie - written on 23/08/10
These bars are really delicious and have enough chocolate to satisfy a craving. Unlike some other cereal bars, they're also not hard to bite into. The size and price seem fairly standard for a "healthy" product of this type and is more generous than Alpen Lights, for example. Plus, for the size they really keep you feeling full. Unfortunately, I found that when I ate these bars as part of my lunch with some fruit (clementines and a banana), my stomach quickly swelled up and got very painful, I think due to trapped wind. This hasn't happened when the bars have been eaten as a snack, although I have noticed they have made me a little windy, so this is a ... Read the complete review
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