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Kashi Cinnamon Harvest Product Review

Kashi kicks all other cereals asses.  I'm sorry if I offend your wimpy Special K.  They do.  Short of Fiber One Honey Crunch, Kashi is The King Queen Of Healthy Carb-o-liciousness Breakfasts.

"Woven into the center of our organic wheat biscuits is a fusion of warm, spicy organic cinnamon and organic evaporated cane juice crystals. Baked together, these crunchy bite-sized biscuits will kindle your senses and satisfy your healthy side. With the goodness of over 20% of your daily fiber and over 2/3 of your daily recommended whole grain intake*, what’s not to love?"

  •   47g whole grains
  •   High fiber      
  •   Low fat         
  •   Sodium free      
  •   USDA Organic—Certified Organic by Quality assurance International

  * Nutritionists recommend eating at least 3 servings of whole grain products daily (about 16g whole grain/serving or 48g/day).

I don't have much to add, except, OMG LOLZ I lurve teh Kashi pillowz of pyur yumz!  I mean it. 

You guys know I am Not A Fan Of The Milk, or - the Elmer's School Glue used in the photography of cereal boxes.  If I am going to eat a cereal product, it must taste good NAKIE!  This Cinnamon Harvest, is one of those Tastes Good Naked (probably while naked, also, 'cept the shreds might crumble and get stuck in your bellybutton) Cereals - that happens to be super-healthy for you and the kids.  I had a box of these love pillows in the back of the cereal cabinet, and I pulled 'em out during The Great Mom Purge of, well, yesterday.  I put them out for the kids, hoping I'd have a taker - but - Dad + Mom ate them for last night's snack.

Dad says, "Wow, these are really good.  They're like, really, really good."  There you have it.  Now before you go buy them because I said they're "good," you need to know the nutrition stats.

Ingredients:   Organic Whole Wheat, Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Cinnamon, Natural Cinnamon Flavor.  How much simpler can THAT be?

(My only concern, the sugar content.  It's got 9 grams of sugar, from cane juice, be aware if you're a roux-en-y gastric bypass'er, you may dump from this if you eat an entire serving or more.  NOT POSSIBLE!  FILLING!  :)  My suggestion?  Bag up half-servings in snack baggies, or measure your snacks appropriately, and eat with a touch of protein.  For any wacky reactive hypoglycemics like me - be careful - but this didn't seem to bother me.)

Item-  Kashi Organic Promise Cinnamon Harvest Cereal
Price-  Uh.  I bought it a long time ago, I can't recall.
Purchased-  Super Wal-Fart, who has a growing amount of natural/organics, so shut up.
Pros-  Smells like lovin' from the oven, sparkly bits of crystallized cane juice, FIBERFIBERFIBER!
Cons-  Gets stuck in your privates if you eat naked?  9 grams of sugar.

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