Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds Cereal Review and #MyBlogSpark Prize Pack Giveaway [Closed]

Fiber One According to the International Food Information Council, 9 out of 10 Americans don’t get enough fiber in their diet–the Recommended Daily Value of 25 grams per day. We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it’s crucial to make wise nutrition decisions that will jump start your metabolism in the morning and help you start the day off right.

Fiber One has made it easy to begin the day with a wholesome helping of fiber with their line of products, and the newest flavor in the Fiber One cereal lineup does just the same. Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds is packed with crunchy nut clusters, whole grain flakes, and my favorite part, real sliced almonds. Every serving contains 11 grams of fiber (43% of the Recommended Daily Value), 23 grams of whole grain (at least 48% of the Recommended Daily Value), and is just 180 calories.

I recently had the opportunity to try the new Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds for myself, and overall, I really enjoyed it. As the name points out, the flavor is very nutty with just a hint of sweetness, and there are almonds in most every bite. At first, the flakes, which have a sweet coating, were a little thick for me, which was very different from most cereals with whole grain flakes that I regularly eat, and took some getting used to. This isn’t to say that the cereal was bad, just that it was different, and something that I quickly got over before I was through with my first bowl. This cereal only got better when I added some fresh fruit, strawberries and then blueberries, to it, and it kept me full well into the early afternoon without even the slightest craving for a snack between meals.

Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds is in grocery stores nationwide. You can save when you purchase your first box by printing out this coupon for $1.25 off.


Fiber One prize pack

One lucky Woman Tribune reader will win a Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds prize pack, which will include two boxes of Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds cereal, a nut bowl with nutcracker, and spoon. This giveaway will end August 17th. To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below.

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Prize pack, information, and giveaway were provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own.

48 thoughts on “Fiber One Nutty Clusters & Almonds Cereal Review and #MyBlogSpark Prize Pack Giveaway [Closed]”

  1. I admit, I am not as good as putting Fiber in my diet as I could be, but I know I am not alone there 😉 I do eat yogurt that has Fiber in it, and really love the taste of Fiber One ( commercials are right, it does taste delicious!) Thanks for the chance 🙂

  2. I love cereals that are full of fiber! It means they actually help me feel full, which most cereals don’t. I also put chia seeds in my smoothies.

  3. Fiber one bars and brownies are great. My daughter grinds original Fiber one cereal for crusts and breadcrumbs. We also try to eat the peels of our potatoes and apples.

  4. whole grain bread and pasta 🙂
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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  5. Iatmeal, wheaties,or cheerios for breakfast and there is always fruit and veggies for lunch, and dinner–haven’t tried these

  6. i eat healthy cereal with fiber, like fiber one, lots of fruits and veggies and whole grain!

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  7. AUUHHHH YEAAAUH FIBER ONE YEEAAUHHH! I dress in a banana outfit everyday so not only do I eat fiber…..I AM FIBER. I want to win this cereal so I can eat it animal style…face first. LOOK MA NO HANDS! lol

  8. This would be great to go with the fresh fruit I already incorporate. I try to use whole grains and fruits and veggies.

  9. I eat lots of seasonal fresh fruits and veggies and make a granola-like mix of several different Fiber One cereals that I eat several times a week!

  10. I try to eat a decent green salad at least twice a week, and I also take fiber supplements every night (note: I had weight loss surgery, so I can’t eat a lot of fiber or else it causes digestive issues, heh).

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