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Is anyone addicted to cereal? I am, I need alternatives - low sugar/fat or carb content preferable please. It’s my go to during the lockdown right now!

Tk3
5 days ago
What do you think of this?
blacklabrador
blacklabrador5 days ago

I tend to eat Shredded Wheat and Shreddies.

Shredded Wheat is fairly healthy, unfortunately it tastes it!

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly255 days ago

Porridge with fresh berries and natural yogurt. Yummy and filling.

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Pjran
Pjran5 days ago

I love Dorset Cereals, it’s filling so you don’t need a huge bowl. My husband always makes porridge with cocoa powder, sultanas and once cooked adds a chopped apple and walnuts.

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Tk3
Tk3
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3 days ago

Pjran I do too, I had to stop buying them because they were awfully addictive

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc5 days ago

"It’s my go to during the lockdown right now!"

Wait, they had to make you home arrest to realize how good cereal can be? Eh.

I personally like the chocolate flakes and honey ones.

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Even the generic brands tend to be pretty darn good. Plus, they're cheaper so can't beat that.

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nina090976
nina0909765 days ago

Rolled oats(porridge) it will keep you feeling full for much longer,you can add fresh fruit/peanut butter x

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kfe202
kfe2023 days ago

Oooh, peanut butter on porridge. Gotta try me some of that! I was gonna suggest mashed banana on wholegrain toast and as filling and sweet breakfast. How about going for porridge with peanut butter and then mashed banana on toast? Hmm ... Breakfast sorted.

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kfe202
kfe2023 days ago

Have you tried chopping up an apple into small chunks and snacking on that instead? Sweet, crunchy and low in bad carbs. And you get to feel virtuous for eating a health food.

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beccatavender
beccatavender3 days ago

I like blueberry or banana on my porridge or with natural Greek yogurt, I also like Greek yogurt with honey and walnuts as I've got sweet tooth and these are low fat and low carb alternatives.

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