Kelloggs Rice Krispie Cereal & Milk Bars Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Snacks
Description:Type: Cereal Bars
Newest Review: ... suitable for vegetarians and even Halal. Before writing this review I threw the box away, and so can't offer the official ... more
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
OK, as some of you who have read my reviews will know, I have got a bit of a sweet tooth, hence lots of reviews for chocolate, cakes and the like. However, I must confess that I have finally found a product that is too sickly for even me- the humble Rice Krispie Cereal and Milk bar! My son had nagged me to buy a box of these, so I finally gave in. They cost about £1.50 in the major supermarkets, for a box of six 20g bars. Each bar, therefore, costs 25p. To be honest, I dont know if that is great value, because surely it would be cheaper to buy a big box of Rice krispies, or a cheaper alternative, and try and whip up something similar at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I often find that I get hungry whilst on the move, and so I do my best to keep a constant supply of things to eat in my handbag. My requirements for these things are that they are portable, not messy, not too perishable, not too high in calories, and tasty. Rice Krispies Cereal and Milk Bars fulfil most of these, except for the last one! These bars come in a cardboard box which holds 6 of the 20 gram bars. The box is a vivid blue colour just like the Rice Krispies cereal box, and features the cartoony characters of Snap, Crackle and Pop, carrying a large cereal bar. Inside the box each bar is individually wrapped which makes them very portable, and they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Kelloggs Rice Krispie Cereal & Milk Bars are a great idea for giving kids when you're in a hurry. They're not an ideal breakfast by any means, but they're not too unhealthy as a quick snack. Plus they fill kids up and taste great which makes them an ideal choice! They cost £1.68 for a box of 6 in Tesco, which works out at 28p per bar. They're on offer for a bit less at the minute too, you can get two boxes for £3 making them 25p each which is a small saving for you. Each bar is individually wrapped, so you can just grab one on the go or stick one in your glovebox for emergencies. I tend to keep things in mine for when I've got the grandson, as you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/08 (Very useful, 184 readings)
I wouldn't normally have ventured near this type of cereal bar. Just the sight of those Snap, Crackle and Pop kids characters on the front of the box is enough to scare me away. Although they project a 'fun' image, it doesn't somehow conjure up a healthy image at the same time. Anyway, I was having coffee with my sister who only ever gives her children the healthiest of healthy food, when I spotted her opening one of these cereal bars for her 3 year old. She noticed my surprise and said they weren't too bad in the health stakes. So I had a quick scan through the packaging (once said child had finished, of course) and saw that they weren't actually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I bought these Rice Krispies cereal bars - made by Kellogg's from Tesco on offer priced at £1. (I think they're normally around £1.50?). It comes in a bright blue box that's easily spotted when on the supermarket shelf. The box itself contains 6 of these bars which are all individually wrapped. The packaging states the bar to have 83kcal, and that it's suitable for vegetarians and even Halal. Before writing this review I threw the box away, and so can't offer the official description of the product, and it also surprisingly does not state the tagline of the product on the individual wrappers. But, the Rice Krispies bar is known as a toasted rice cereal ... Read the complete review
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