I will freely admit that Cheerios are usually as “healthy” as we get when it comes to breakfast cereals. I feel like I am pushing out the healthy boat when I treat myself to the sugar loaded Harvest Crunch. You can imagine my enthusiasm at trying a new line of cereals that promise ‘simple pleasures’ when it comes to their line of cereals. I was dubious.
But. But…this stuff is good. They have a great line and you are sure to find the taste that appeals to you. I have been reading up on what people are concerned about when it comes to their cereals. The origins of their grains is a big concern…are all these tasty nuts and grains from genetically modified stock? Is anything certified organic? How much fat or sugars are there?
It all seems pretty complicated when you just want a breakfast that won’t make you fat.
What I like about the Dorset Cereals is that they are not going the route of promising amazing health benefits OR having packaging YELLING at us about how NATURAL their products are. Their cereals are what they are. What is on the box is in the box.
They have made no promises regarding GMO products or in promising organic products. This isn’t diet food. This is food. This is unprocessed grains, nuts ….the things your cereals should have.
If you are a person interested in reducing the amount of fillers, additives and processed food, the Dorset Cereals are a good choice. I was happy to see that London Drugs was carrying them.
Also, gazing at the pictures of how pretty the area is where these cereals come from is as close to rural England as I will be getting for a while. Sigh.
Anyway….the people at Dorset Cereals want you to try them, so we have a bit of a giveaway going on here.
We have to lovely packages retailing at $75 each that include:
- An attractive gourmet getaway lunch tote made from protective material that insulates for up to four hours and folds flat for easy storage
- Seven boxes of Dorset Cereals (four tasty recipes, each bursting with the tastiest fruit, nuts and seeds available)
I really encourage you to try these cereals….low sugar, low fat..just tasty grains.
Simply leave a comment about your fave childhood cereals (mine was chocolate rice krispies) and I will draw two names on May 15th.