Post Great Grains Cereal Blueberry Morning.New look. Same great taste!Formerly post selects.Less processed nutrition you can see.Naturally flavored blueberry cereal.Specially selected almonds.Nutritious blueberries.Multi grain flakes & clusters.Good source of fiber.20g of whole grains per serving.Per 1-1/4 cup serving:220 Calories.0g sat fat, 0% DV.190mg sodium, 8% DV.16g sugars.3g fiber, 12% DV.Iron, 10% DV.
Why less processed? Quite simply, because it's good for you!We gently crack the whole wheat berry and add a mix of grains to our flakes, while some of the competition add artificial sweeteners and flavors along with isolated fiber to their flakes. We then add in nutritious fruits and nuts and balance them with our grains for a great taste that's irresistible. The result? A crispy, delicious, less processed whole grain cereal that's a good source of fiber.Blueberry morning is bursting with flavor from plump blueberries, crispy multi-grain flakes, crunchy granola clusters and delicious almonds. With 20g of whole grains and 3g of fiber per serving, it's the satisfyingly sweet way to kick start your morning.Nutritionists recommend at least 3 servings of whole grain foods each day (about 16g per serving or 48g per day).Try our other Post Great Grains cereals!Post, great grains, cranberry almond crunch.Post, great grains, banana cut crunch.Post, great grains, crunchy pecans.Post, great grains, raisins, dates & pecans.Whole grain, 20g or more per serving.Eat 48g or more of whole grain daily.Or call weekdays: 1-800-431-POST (7678) please have package available.Partially produced with genetic engineering.Carton made from 100% Recycled paperboard.Minimum 35% Post - consumer content.wholegrainscouncil.org.Visit us at: postfoods.com.Post Consumer Brands, LLC.
Although this cereal only contains 48 grams of carbohydrates, the high fructose corn syrup plus the high carbohydrate content found in Great Grains Blueberry morning cereals are not suitable for anyone following a ketogenic diet. Ketosis may be broken by eating more than 50 grams of carbohydrates each day.
I just wanted to share my spin on this cereal. I wanted something like Cinnamon Toast Crunch. So I used this basic recipe, except that I used vanilla instead of blueberry extract. I patted the cereal out like in the Cocoa Pebbles recipe and topped it with some granular erythritol and cinnamon. Then cut the same way you do the Cocoa Pebbles. It was so good! 781b155fdc