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Here at ThingsThatWeDo.com, you all know by now that I’m constantly trying to find ways to jazz up breakfast but sometimes, all I can think of is cereal. Thankfully, I stumbled across Nature’s Path Vanilla Almond Flax Plus Granola (aka the vanilla almond cereal, in my house). I’m quite finicky when it comes to cereals because many companies add BHT to the packaging which they claim helps to maintain product freshness. However, if Nature’s Path and other companies don’t need it, then there’s no reason to use it. When I spotted this cereal at the store, I was instantly gravitated to the combination of flavours: a little bit of flax, a bit of almonds, some rolled oats, and a dash of vanilla, how could I not pick this up?
Product review: What happened?
The next day, we both had Nature’s Path Vanilla Almond Flax Plus Granola for breakfast.
When I poured it out, I instantly noticed the flax seeds and the clusters of yummy goodness. Add some milk and taste – it certainly didn’t disappoint. Both my daughter and I loved the cereal. It has a good crunchy texture to it and it’s a good blend with milk but also tastes pretty good plain too. We’ve also had it on top of yogurt and that’s always yummy.
Would I get another box of Nature’s Path Vanilla Almond Flax Plus Granola? Yes I will because it’s a good cereal for breakfast. It’s not flat like some other cereals that seem to die in the milk. Nature’s Path Vanilla Almond Flax Plus Granola added some fun to our morning breakfast routine and that’s not an easy thing to do!
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