It's a YES from me!!
Fantastic gluten free alternative to Weetabix.
The more sugar the merrier
I've been Coeliac for 5 years now and have missed wheatabix. The price is quite steep but I now live by I have to leave like this why not make the most of it. They are great for breakfast/lunch with milk and a little (1tbsp) sugar 😋
My favourite gf cereal
Can seem a bit like cardboard at first, although I quickly got to like them. Not so keen on the price though.
Very nice flavour. I cover them with a light coating of jam and then pour warm plant milk over them followed by a teaspoon of brown granulated sugar. For me better than Weetabix. Yum!!
I’m over the moon with this! I’ve been wheat intolerant for around a year and have been really missing weetabix. I’ve put off trying this for ages as the price point is really high, but I caved and I’m so glad I did. It’s really hit the spot!
Perfect breakfast if you cannot take wheat!
These make a lovely breakfast if you cannot take wheat. Perfect for IBS sufferers. A bit plain so you need to add to them. Best to have them with a little warm nut milk and sprinkle with goji berries or blueberries. I like a little brown sugar too but that is up to you. Sets you up for the day!
edible ... but only just
As if having a gluten intolerance wasn't misery enough. These have all the flavour and texture of cardboard and are prohibitively expensive to boot.
A warming breakfast
Firstly I must say I think if you’re expecting weetabix then you’ll be disappointed with these as the texture and taste is not the same in my opinion. That said I still think they are very nice in their own right but it did take me a few tries to like them. I now prefer them to weetabix though! I can only eat them hot as I don’t like the texture cold. They absorb a lot of liquid so you will need more milk. I put them in a bowl, cover well with milk, break them up a little and then microwave for a minute or so. Then add sugar/sweetener to taste.
tasty and filling
very tasty and filling
just like wheatabix without the bloat
Ridiculous price, but just like wheatabix without the bloat! They absorb a lot of milk, but don't go too soggy. Delicious with peanut butter, fruit, yoghurt and milk.