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RENLLY SparkPoints: (33,993)
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1/21/14 12:26 P


I have recipes for making it overnight in the fridge with yogurt and fruit - and you eat it cold.

I also like it hot with some nuts on top.

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DMJAKES Posts: 1,634
1/21/14 8:14 A

Kashi Go Lean Toasted Berry Crumble

Fiber One Caramel Delight (I'm having trouble finding this one now)

Kelloggs FiberPlus cinnamon O's (like cheerios but with Fiber, really tasty)

I absolutely cannot get myself to like oatmeal, as much as I'd like to....I think it's the texture.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (9,828)
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1/21/14 8:14 A

I would be hungry two hours later with cereal. I feel better starting with protein or a green smoothie.

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1/21/14 5:27 A

I love millet is a whole grain and you can make it in to porridge with added blueberries, cinnamon etc. very healthy and gluten free

No more muffin top for me - this time I will meet my target weight!!
FEMMEFATALE11 SparkPoints: (63,785)
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1/20/14 8:26 P

cheerios...i like to add grapes or strawberries w/ almond milk

RABBLE-RABBLE SparkPoints: (7,552)
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1/20/14 5:54 P

I go with old fashioned oatmeal almost every day. Once or twice a month I have Wheat Chex because I like the taste and they come with the 'seal of approval' from the whole grain council.

SUKALE Posts: 275
1/20/14 5:51 P

Just plain and simple oatmeal. You can change it up by adding fruits or even peanut butter to it.

174 will put me at overweight, but not obese!!!
CHRISSYF3 Posts: 97
1/20/14 5:42 P

One slice of Daves Killer bread with 2 eggs over medium on it.

AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (66,733)
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1/20/14 5:07 P

The only processed cereal that I would consider healthy is Kashi Go Lean. The texture takes some getting used to, but it is very good with yogurt.

Old-fashioned oats are much better for you.

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FITNESSNANCY SparkPoints: (1,076)
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1/20/14 5:02 P

I like old fashion oat meal made with almond milk and 1 Tbls peanut butter and 2 Tbls dries cranberries

1/20/14 11:13 A

Cheerios... and Honey Nut Cheerios. emoticon
I like raisin bran too, but I have to be in the mood for it.

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SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,028
1/20/14 9:06 A

Puffed sodium or sugar....or Kashi whole grain puffs...I add blueberries for fiber and to sweeten and some sliced almonds or walnuts at times for heart health.

MISSRUTH Posts: 4,088
1/20/14 6:23 A

Here are 2 little Spark articles (well, one is a Spark blog) about choosing cereal:

The blog has a little chart at the bottom, comparing nutritional values in the 10 cereals. I think the thing is, everybody's opinion of "tastes good" can be different. So you may need to experiment a bit, to find a cereal that works for you. To me, wet Cheerios smell horrible. But my DH loves them.

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CICELY360 Posts: 3,740
1/19/14 10:48 P


1/19/14 9:57 P

Whats your favorite healthy breakfast cereal? Preferably one that tastes good :)

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