Kellogg's Nutri Grain Soft Oaties Oat and Chocolate Chip Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Snacks
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Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 04/07/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Review of Kellogs Nutri Grain Soft Oaties This is a relative newcomer to the Nutri Grain stable of breakfast replacement bars, snacks and biscuits. The product comes in two flavours, oat and fruit, oat and chocolate. It is the Oat and Chocolate version that I am reviewing. **The Product** A round shaped cookie style biscuit, individually wrapped. The product comes in a box containing five x 40g cookies. The Nutri Grain range can usually be found among the 'breakfast bar' products in most supermarkets. The range is marketed as an alternative 'healthy' snack or breakfast replacement. I first purchased the product on impulse about a year ago, as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I have my breakfast about 7am during the week and my lunch at 1pm which means a loooooooong 6 hours in between where I get hungry (normally about 10.15am). So I have a cereal bar each morning to get me through to lunchtime. I normally have Go Ahead bars but I bought these as they were on offer as part of a "2 nutrigrain things for £2" type promotion in Asda. You get 5 in a pack, each individually wrapped which makes them ideal for storing in your desk drawer or locker. Rather than bars, it is like eating a giant choc chip cookie - well, that's what it looks like anyway, which makes it quite appealing! The oaties do taste oatie - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I was in a smaller Tesco than my local recently and decided to pick up some cereal bars as part of my lunch for the next week. Now I like specific things in cereal bars: a hint of chocolate is always good, and I prefer soft and chewy to too crisp. So when I saw these choc chip bakes nestled in among the cereal bars (and cheaper than Alpen ones), I decided to give them a try. I got a box of 6 45g bars - substantially bigger than the other options out there. Having tried NutriGrain bars before and not being particularly impressed, I decided to give these a try (had nothing to do with the chocolate content, honest!). I would describe them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/08 (Very useful, 130 readings)
I'm a sucker for buying something new that I think will be slightly healthier for me than a packet of crisps or a chocolate bar. I came across these soft oaties a few months ago when they were on offer. Now I can never seem to find them under their standard price of £2.19 for six cookies. I think this is extortionate but being Christmas week last week when I went shopping they hopped into my trolley as I wasn't price counting for one week. The cookies come individually wrapped in a neat little box. They are packaged in foil lined crisp wrapper style which make them suitable for lunch boxes etc as they won't get messy or break easily around other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/08 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I'm easily pleased me. I ordered a pair of boots from ASOS, and when they arrived yesterday, in the box was a free Nutri-Grain soft Oatie biscuit and money-off coupon. It made my day! Lol. I suppose it's a bit better than the last thing I got free with an ASOS order, which I seem to recall was cellulite cream - do you think they were trying to tell me something?! Anyway, I vaguely recalled having heard of these, but they're not the type of thing I would normally buy, as when it comes to biscuits I tend to buy whatever is the cheapest option. I think you can get these in a few different flavours, but the one I was sent was oat and chocolate chip, ... Read the complete review
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