Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Toasted Rice Cereal
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  • They are healthy because they consist of rice, and I like the fact that they are not too sweet
  • I love those cereals, but they are not healthy with all of that sugar in them
  • Rice Krispies have been well-loved for so long that I don't think they will ever lose their popularity
  • Even though they are really just a plain toasted rice cereal, I think they are different from most of the other cereals on the market
  • I have noticed that to be the case with a lot of the cereals on the market today, so I don't think that Rice Krispies are any higher in sodium than those others

    • by Lisa Pellegrini
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      Rice Krispies are a classic cereal. I eat them sometimes when I go to a restaurant for breakfast and I only feel like eating cereal. Most restaurants carry them, probably because Rice Krispies have been around for so many years, so they are like a standard cereal choice (along with other old-time cereals like Special K and Cheerios). Rice Krispies may be marketed for kids, but I don’t see any reason why adults shouldn’t eat them, too. They are healthy because they consist of rice, and I like the fact that they are not too sweet. That’s what sets them apart from other kids’ cereals. Rice Krispies are not sugar-coated, and they don’t

      contain any of those fancy colored marshmallows that you get in Lucky Charms and Frankenberry cereal. I love those cereals, but they are not healthy with all of that sugar in them.

      The two great features of Rice Krispies is that they are crunchy, and they’re practically as light as air. After I pour some in my bowl and then add milk, the Rice Krispies rise to the top of the bowl. That’s how light they are. So I have to watch how much cereal I pour into my bowl or it could spill out. What is also great about Rice Krispies is that they are a very basic cereal, so you can always ...


      • add sliced strawberries or bananas if you want extra flavor.

        Rice Krispies have been well-loved for so long that I don’t think they will ever lose their popularity. Even though they are really just a plain toasted rice cereal, I think they are different from most of the other cereals on the market. So many of the other cereals are flakes, loops, or the Chex or shredded wheat style of cereal. There are rice cereals like Fruity Pebbles, but they are very sugary and contain food coloring and artificial flavors. Rice Krispies is healthier because it is not colored, and I only taste a natural kind of sweetness in this cereal. Plus, it contains

        no fat and no cholesterol.

        Unfortunately, Rice Krispies have a pretty high sodium content (220 milligrams per serving). I have noticed that to be the case with a lot of the cereals on the market today, so I don’t think that Rice Krispies are any higher in sodium than those others. My local Wegmans supermarket sells a 9 ounce box of Rice Krispies for $2.79. I love Rice Krispies, because they are a great go-to cereal if you are in the grocery store and you’re having a hard time deciding which cereal to buy. They have a wonderfully light taste and texture, and they are just as crispy as their name says they are.




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