Product Review: Kashi Indigo Morning Organic Corn Cereal

Finding a gluten-free cereal that tastes difficult can be quite a challenge. I have found a fair few that I really enjoy, specifically the Power O’s brand (which I addressed in a separate post), but I am not the type of person that can eat the same cereal for months on end. I needed change, and so I went looking.

I decided to pick up a box of the Kashi Indigo Morning Organic Corn Cereal. A word of warning, Kashi products are incredibly expensive, so try to purchase this cereal to sample when it is on sale. That’s what I did.

I am not a fan of organic food (another topic I have discussed in a separate post), therefore the organic element of this cereal is not what persuaded me to purchase it. Quite honestly, the fact that it was $2.50 cheaper is what prompted me to give it a try, but I am glad I did.

Corn is a great alternative for persons with gluten sensitivities or intolerances. More and more corn-based products are being developed for major grocers, some examples being corn flour, cereals, breads, wraps, muffins and cookies, and it typically tastes pretty good.

I am extremely selective about the cereals I consume, so for me to be praising this particular kind speaks volumes. The cereal consists of crunchy and sweet corn flakes with dried blueberries and blackberries, and when paired with my cashew milk, it makes for a scrumptious breakfast. It is not cheap, as I already mentioned, but gluten-free foods are often overpriced. It keeps me satiated for most of the morning, and it tastes great when combined with other fruits, for examples banana or strawberries.

In conclusion, I would recommend this cereal to any person with gluten issues or to anyone who enjoys corn cereals. Grab a box and see for yourself!

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