Cereal feels like a relatively healthy breakfast option, and while you definitely can buy healthy cereal, people are often shocked when they find out how much sugar is hidden in many cereals.
There are lots of low sugar cereals out there that you can buy, and if we wanted to just recommend you a bunch of cereals which are low in sugar, that would be easy. But the problem is that so many of the cereals that we've tried which are low in sugar taste terrible, so we wouldn't feel comfortable recommending them to anyone.
That's why we thought it would be useful to recommend some cereals which are low in sugar and actually taste good too. We've rounded up 7 of our favourite low sugar cereals for this guide, let's get into it:
Cocoa Bear Alpha Bites
Turtle low sugar pillows
In terms of a cereal which is very low in sugar, these low sugar pillows from the Turtle brand are a great option. You'll find just 2.7g of sugar in 100g of this cereal, so it's very low in sugar. As you might expect, this cereal isn't quite as sweet as some of the other options we've included in this list, but we think it's still worthy of a place in the guide because it's actually quite tasty, in our opinion. Learn more and buy them here - 4ecoshop.co.uk
M&S Taste Buds Wholegrain Twinkling Strawberry Stars
Kellogg's Coco Pops
Lizi's Low Sugar granola
We also want to give a special mention to the Crownfield low sugar granola that you can buy from Lidl, which contains just 2.9g of sugar per 100g. We wouldn't say it's quite as nice as the Lizi's low sugar granola, but it's still very good. Unfortunately we can't find a link for where to buy the granola online, so your best bet is to check in your local Lidl shop to see if you can find it.