iHerb Customer Reviews
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Great GF cereal alternative if salt is an issue for you
Posted by NBPT100 on Jul 23, 2013
This is one of the better Gluten free (GF)and organic cold breakfast cereals I have found. It tastes good and is very low in sugar and salt. It has much less salt than its sister cereal so it is a great alternative to someone who needs to watch their salt intake. It is certified Organic by Oregon Tilth which is a much stricter certification than USDA Organic. Also certified non-GMO. I try to avoid gluten free cereals that contain corn as much of the corn in the US is GMO. This has no corn in it. Corn is also one of the more common foods that people are testing sensitive to. This one passes all of my personal requirements. If you found this review helpful kindly visit my iherb home page for more value added reviews. Peace and good health.
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Posted by Reviewer1069390 on Nov 16, 2012
I know it's "just corn flakes", but they were really tasty and just crunchy enough. I eat it every day, and couldn't do without. After using it for a while, I make sure to buy new packets every other week just to make sure I don't run out. Absolutely love the flavour, and love that it could be used as supplements to yoghurt or energy bars. One downside though: they get soggy really quick, so I always make sure not to poure too much milk in and eat it right away.
Posted by Reviewer2743819 on Nov 05, 2012
Used it in a homemade granola. Tasted great! They do not taste much by themselves, but they added a delicious crisp to my granola.
Posted by opheart on Aug 14, 2012
I'm disappointed: it's NOT sweet. Crispy - yes, but not sweet. My family and I eat it with maple syrup - then it's good, but nothing special. Will not buy again.
Posted by Reviewer1427486 on Apr 30, 2012
i bought this cereal because my 15 month old loves to share a bowl of cereal with me and i wanted him to have something healthy. he loved it although it's pretty tasteless and, according to the box, has almost zero nutrients. i'd still buy it again as it could make some fun cookies or treats with it..
Just okay for me.
Posted by Reviewer2105068 on Mar 14, 2012
Not a bad cereal, but for the money, I'd stick to others -- puffed kamut, puffed rice, more bang for the buck. However, if you want a healthier version of rice krispies, this is for you.
Posted by Reviewer2511091 on Jan 20, 2012
Healthy rice crispies! I use them to make a light crunchy bar for a hiking snack. Excellent.
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