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  • 3. Very average and mundane. My favorite: Grape Nuts. Let the milk soak for a few minutes. Super crunchy and tasty...AND one of the healthiest cereals there is, AND one of the CHEAPEST cereals there is. (You practically need a mortgage if you want to buy the other super-healthy cereals.)
    • Linda Joy
      Oatmeal is way cheaper! But,,, not as healthy.
    • Linda Joy
      "Grape-Nuts Cereal is richer in Manganese, Phosphorus, and Fiber, while Kellogg's Corn Flakes are higher in Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B1, Vitamin A RAE, and Vitamin D. Kellogg's Corn Flakes covers your daily need of Vitamin B12 208% more than Grape-Nuts Cereal." https://www.google.com/search?q=compare+grape+nuts+and+corn+flakes&oq=compare+grape+nuts+and+corn+flakes&aqs=chrome..69i57j33i160j33i299l2.12554j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
    • www.bible-reviews.com
      Linda: I'm looking basically at protein vs sugar and fiber vs sugar. VERY few cereals beat Grape Nuts on those scores. Neither Grape Nuts nor Corn Flakes is a vitamin pill. If you want that, then buy the excellent-tasting Total.
    • Linda Joy
      gotcha
  • Its cheaper than most cereals and fairly healthy as you can see from the link I posted on bible guy's answer. It turns soggy fast in milk, but you can use it in other ways. Its healthier and cheaper than croutons on a salad. You can use it to top ice cream, or put it in trail mix to extend it and make it healthier, or swap it for the rice in a rice krispy treat. I've also incorporated it into a chocolate candy like rice krispies. It can be used in a pinch to thicken soups (I suggest you crush it with a rolling pin first), coat meats like chicken and air fry, or make a crispy topping for a casserole or cobbler. But I would never pay for the brand name. I use the generic.
  • How many know Kellogg's corn flakes was originally invented to curb the sexual appetites of young boys. Personally, I never cared for corn flakes, they get soggy too quickly. I do like grape nuts and some of the Kashi cereals.
    • Linda Joy
      It was invented as a healthier alternative to the meat, cholesterol and grease people used to eat every morning, but I'm not surprised you turn everything around to sex with young boys!
    • Thinker
      Do some research, Linda Joy. You will see I am correct. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=history+of+corn+flakes&docid=603514815736475466&mid=5B8158489758064AE2725B8158489758064AE272&view=detail&FORM=VIRE
  • Younger people would rate them rather low - they're into sugary foods that are associated with a current theme. Older people would rate them higher since they don't really care about "Blazing Samurai" or the "DC League of Super-Pets". Give them something soggy and easier to chew and they're happy.
  • Just Corn Flakes I'd rate a 3 as they tend to taste VERY bland & get soggy really fast!!! Now, IF I have any fruit that I can add, I'd probably up them to a 4 because fruit tends to give them an extra kick that I like. 😋
  • On a spice level? Zero. LOL. For health and whatever else, I suppose there a many worse things, but I would recommend a variety of different grains for breakfast cereals, and never just eat cereal alone.
  • I would score them a 5 , I like them.

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