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Honey Bunches of Oats Greek Cereal Review

We’re big Greek yogurt fans in my house. My younger son especially – he loves it as breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack! We’re also big cereal eaters. So we were all happy to try the latest cereal from Post – Honey Bunches of Oats Greek.

Honey Bunches of Oats Greek Cereal Review

I received both of the new flavors of Honey Bunches of Oats Greek cereal for review – Honey Crunch and Mixed Berry – along with two beautifully simple white cereal bowls and spoons. The boxes arrived just after breakfast, so I decided to have some cereal for lunch that day. My son Noah and I split a bowl of the Mixed Berry and both of us fought over the last bite – it is that good! The Mixed Berry combines the sweet flavors of strawberry, raspberry, and blueberry. The berry sweetness combined with the crunch of the oats and the tangy taste of Greek yogurt made for a fantastically tasty treat. This is by far my new favorite cereal. The next morning I had the Honey Crunch flavor and was equally as impressed with the taste. I really think Post got it right with this combination. If you are a Greek yogurt fan, you are going to love these cereals. And beyond just tasting so good, these cereals also carry a lot of great health benefits:

* 33 grams of Whole Grains per serving

* Only 230 calories per serving

* Heart Healthy (0 grams trans fat, 1 gram saturated fat and 0 grams cholesterol per serving)

* 5 grams of protein per serving

* Provides 12 essential vitamins and minerals

Honey Bunches of Oats Greek Cereal Review

Honey Bunches of Oats has been around since 1989, ever since a longtime Post employee came up with the idea of combining a few of Post’s cereals together. When it hit the market it was an instant success! Over 20 years later, it still is a success for Post – a company that has been in the cereal business since 1895.


Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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