I was hoping to be taken back to childhood but these no longer have any taste or decent texture. Why change something when nothing wrong in the first place.
Successor to Sugar Puffs but nowhere near as good. Very little coating giving stodgy tasteless cereal.
Years ago when this was known as Sugar Puffs, it was soft and delicious. Not had this for years so bought a pack. I've had one bowl of this with milk. Dry, chewy, no taste! Will be going in the bin. Would not recommend!
Disgusting new texture like teeth. . Horrid
Used to be one of my favourite cereals but they now taste disgusting & feel like having a mouthful of loose teeth rolling around in the mouth. No longer have the same taste or texture that they use to have
Smaller box please! love the cereal but it takes u
Smaller box please! love the cereal but it takes up a huge amount of space.
NOT Sugar Puffs
Please don't mistake this product as rebranded Sugar Puffs. Changes to the recipe and producer mean that these are nothing like sugar puffs despite using the Honey Monster on the advertising. They are not nice at all and have I nothing good to say about them. Another victim of the sugar reducing brigade. Wish they had just made labelling clear and left the choice to the consumer. Sugar Puffs RIP.
Let the Public decide which Sugar Puffs are best
Can the manufacturers try doing 'Sugar Puff Originals' and Tesco sell them next to the new ones on the shelves. Let the public choose. I bet the 'Sugar Puff Originals' will outsell the Wheat Puffs by 5:1
Awful taste reminded me of the cheaper brand calle
Awful taste reminded me of the cheaper brand called Puffed Wheat. Not something that I will eat again.
Healthier but taste different than before.
They've reduced the sugar content by around half. There is no 'good sugar', despite some people thinking honey is 'better for us', honey is still almost all sugar. They don't taste the same as they used to but they are definitely healthier. Artificial sweeteners could achieve the same flavour as the old ones, but they rightly want to stick to natural ingredients. If you want more honey or sugar on them, then add a bit yourself. At least you have a choice now of less or more sugar.
They need to go back to the original sugar puffs t
They need to go back to the original sugar puffs the new ones taste the cardboard