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Yeah, yeah, I know. If I must choose, I suppose it would be corn chex, but I'm holding out for the above in a cereal form.
Made my girls "apple pie" oatmeal the other day-that was a hit!
I'm trying to learn to love Muselix
Yeah, I have the same problem with muesli. I find fruit 'n' fibre with it's wheat bran flakes a little more easy going than all those raw oats.
I did attempt to make my own muesli a while back, but it was even worse than the ready made stuff and I made about 4 tons of it. It is thankfully now finished mainly due to my husband eating it.
I have the same problem with muesli. I find fruit 'n' fibre with it's wheat bran flakes a little more easy going than all those raw oats.
Fruit N Fibre was OK, but Muselix was a little better. More expensive, however.
I don't eat cereal every morning, but today I had the Muselix again. I miss Just Right and I probably always will, but I decided that the new cereal was fine and I can move on with my life now.
It must be a cereal made of meat, eggs and fried bread
Sounds like a cheap sausage!
You can eat that every day? It's probably not a topic for polite conversation but if I have a fried breakfast more than two days in a row my digestive system ceases to function properly.
It's low in salt and sugar, which is important to me.
I always read the ingredients list and I'm constantly surprised at the levels of salt and sugar in so-called healthy cereals.