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Do you have a favourite muesli or cereal?

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I love Jordan's muesli (which someone on here mentioned a few months ago!), and I only use a bit of this as it has a high sugar content, and add some Special K to this.

I also love hot semolina but do not make this as often as the Muesli mixture.
by Finy
Nice to know that my mention of Jordan's Extremely Berry Muesli was actually so effective that Finy tried it!! It has to be my favourite of any BOUGHT muesli.Otherwise I prefer to make my own blend ,just as my mum used to always do when I was small!! As for CEREAL,I hate to be very childish and admit this,but I adore Crunchy Nut Cornflakes!!! But I eat these as a treat while watching TV in the evening!! Definitely not a breakfast food for me as I like to always include fruit!
Porridge! Nothing beats porridge.
I love Shredded Wheat, but because you don't get many in a box(12) I think.....they don't last long.

So they are the once in a while treat(like every 6 months).
They dissolved in a bowl, as they are mainly air-filled.
So 3 per B/Fast is about right.
That only lasts 4 days.
Yes, jonaj, I went through a 'phase' with these, but eventually got sick of them!
by donjo
I think so, they do get boring after a while....but still nice once in a while.
by jonaja
No, I simply love my two bran slices with one eggg. A cup of tea puts full stop to my breakfast
Muesli - it can be high in sugar so really need to read labels to get one that is relatively low in sugar compared to others. I also would never have a full bowel - I put in two spoonfuls then add natural yogurt and a banana
by AJ
I quite like sultana bran.
I've always like Sultana Bran.
by Vee
I like the new 'clusters' in various brands but this is high in sugar I am sure and don't have it often, usually stick to Weetbix...prob this is high in sugar also haven't checked, I don't add extra
by Fran
by Vee
I'm VERY faithful to my 'cereals', as these are what I've eaten all my life!

Love Rice Bubbles with warm milk, & banana for Summer, but NOT daily!
When staying at an Hotel for work interstate, ALWAYS had this for Brekky, with freshly squeezed OJ, Toast, a Hot Breakfast & Hot Chocolate, made on MILK!

Nothing beats 'Uncle Toby's Traditional Oats' for Winter, with Brown Sugar OR Maple Syrup, with a dollop of Thickened Cream!
Deliciously decadent!

Since the 'invention' of the 'Crock-Pot', I've an original 'Mini' one, into which I put two heaped large spoonsful, then FRESH Full Cream Milk to about an inch from bowl lip, stir very well & switch on! It only has 'Low' as its' setting, so it cooks overnight!
Next morning, it's ready to enjoy, piping hot, with a 'cuppa'!

Weather's getting cooler, so Porridge it is for me from now on, for a few months'!
No. I am not terribly keen on cereal for breakfast and would far rather have a cooked meal or even just toast than a bowl of cereal but time, energy and health considerations mean I have cereal most days. I try to vary what cereal I have, to make it as interesting as possible....
No, I make my own with diced dried fruits & diced nuts & a tiny bit of coconut. With this I also have 3 Wheat-bix with banana, blueberries & strawberries, if I have some in the fridge. I serve this with fruit juice, & no extra sugar.
Raw rolled oats. Just love them with fresh fruit and yoghurt.
I never buy toasted muesli. The Woolworth’s brand was the recommended 1,Uncle Toby’s was the least recommended 1, in a t.v. test/survey I once saw. I forgot to write in my other answer, that I also have it with yogurt I make from a packet, & chia seeds on top! Once a week, I eat puffed wheat, & once a week, in winter, I also make porrage cooked with dried fruit, then topped with yogurt & chia seeds& a sprinkle of brown sugar,
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