Sunday, November 14, 2010

Kashi Autumn Wheat


Kashi Autumn Wheat is by far one of my favorite cold cereals.  It's tasty, grounding and each 54g serving, contains 6g of fiber.  I always sprinkle organic cinnamon on top and enjoy with plain almond milk. 

The only down side is once opened, this cereal goes rancid fast.  I keep mine sealed in an additional zip bag, kept inside the box, and stored in the refrigerator.

I don't enjoy the other Kashi Wheat incarnations, but I LOVE the original.  Hope you give it a try and let me know what you think. 

Enjoy and Happy Eating.
                                     
Additional Stats:                                        
6g fiber
6g protein
7g sugar
180mg potassium
43g total carbohydrate
180 calories
1g total fat
0mg sodium
0mg cholesterol

Diabetic Exchange: 3 carbohydrates
Ingredients: Organic whole grain wheat, organic evaporated cane juice, natural flavor

8 comments:

  1. Ugg I hate these, no offence of course.

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  2. Hi LoneIslander - None taken. How's things over in CoD land? I hope better.

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  3. one of my fave breakfasts

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  4. Me too Shutter - and I also like it at work for a quick and yummy supper. On those days that I don't want to bring a real big meal.

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  5. I don't eat wheat. I gaze at it longingly from afar - like the lemon wafers.
    I can survive a life without cereal but why does the non-wheat regime include cutting out biscuits too! :(

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  6. Hi Elaine: Don't know if you can eat nuts but almond flour bakes nicely in treats. And flax seed flour makes for good pancakes.

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  7. That sounds so healthy! I like a cereal with lots of fiber.

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