Fitness Minutes: (52,854)
1,634 2/13/13 8:28 A
I agree with the people that said Cheerios. The original are always good, and the multigrain are just a little sweet, and with the addition of blueberries and/or strawberries just makes it even better!
I also have a box of Kashi Cinnamon Crumble, which I thought was waaay too hard to eat. But then I mixed a little with a container of yogurt and let it sit a few minutes. It softened just enough to eat, but not too much.
I love Cheerios, but they don't have much fiber and an hour after eating a bowl of Cheerios, I'm ready for lunch. I really like Kashi Go Lean with a banana. The other Kashi cereals are really good too, but a little higher in calories. I like oatmeal in all forms too, but I need a little more protein than that in the morning.
I'm glad you posted this, I'm also always on the look out for good cereals too.
Fitness Minutes: (13,909)
768 2/12/13 11:19 P
I love old fashioned oats with fresh strawberries. The strawberries add sweetness. I also enjoy Honey Bunches of Oats (all different kinds) and Kashi cereals.
i am an avid old fashioned oatmeal fan. adding pb and assorted fresh fruits is what makes look forward to it each morning!!
Fitness Minutes: (10)
276 2/12/13 10:00 P
Honey bunches of oats I love!! They have a few different version with nuts like pecans, almonds, and fruit type ones. My favorite is with almonds, theres crunch and sweetness from the honey isnt overkill either.
Fitness Minutes: (0)
18 2/12/13 8:46 P
I love love multi grain cheerios..with fresh blueberries!!!!! Yum!!!!!!!
Fitness Minutes: (20,890)
761 2/12/13 8:01 P
I like Kashi Cinnamon Harvest, which is like shredded wheat. It's also a little sweet. Also Kashi Strawberry Fields is relatively low in calories and delicious!
Good old fashioned cheerios........I even like them to snack!
Fitness Minutes: (1,215)
109 2/12/13 5:13 P
That is a really good idea!!! I'm going to go to the store today and buy a box of each. Thanks!
Fitness Minutes: (36,402)
1,021 2/12/13 5:10 P
What about mixing your brown sugar mini wheats with plain mini wheats? You could start out with a mix that's 3/4 brown sugar and 1/4 plain, and then work your way down so eventually you're eating more plain than brown sugar. I did this with oatmeal (went from eating apple cinnamon and other flavors to plain), and after a month or two, I found myself enjoying the taste of plain oats.
You could also try mixing a plainer cereal with fresh berries - the berries will add sweetness, but probably still have less sugar than the brown sugar mini wheats.
Fitness Minutes: (1,215)
109 2/12/13 4:49 P
I've been eating brown sugar mini wheats every morning for a month because they're so tasty and full of fibre, but I need something that comes with a little less sugar.
Can anyone recommend a cereal that is lower in sugar, but doesn't taste like cardboard?
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