My granddaughter is autistic and was just diagnosed with celiac as well. This cereal is not really available in the supermarkets where we live, and if they are, they are at least three times the price the iHerb charges. My granddaughter loves eating this for breakfast and sometimes for dinner as well. This has made life so much easier for my daughter and her husband in an already stressful situation. I will always be happy to buy these through iHerb to help them out.
I think these would be a good choice for someone who really wants a sweeter cereal. I was hoping they would be the same texture as normal cheerios, with a little bit of extra flavoring. Unfortunately, whatever they coat the cheerios in makes the texture much harder than original cheerios, and they are too sweet for my taste. It was a normal-sized box, and the package wasn’t crushed or anything. I was going to give it 3 stars, but I think if you know what to expect, there are probably a lot of people who would like it.
Cheerios have been around for more than 50 years. Most children in the US grew up eating the good old fashion plain flavored ones. They have always been a favorite snack for toddlers as well. There are now so many more sugary flavors. They are made form oats, some people do not consider oats gluten free, but for those who are not as sensitive to gluten/grains they can be considered gluten free. We have a strict gluten free home, but some of us eat grains. I actually got these for my husband. He mixes them into a trail mix for extra calories and sugary taste. He even likes to eat them as dessert, sometimes. We might sometimes eat frosted Cheerios for breakfast, but they are too sweet so they are just a side dish with milk or without milk. I would recommend these to people who are trying to eliminate gluten because the brand has been around for years and they are affordable.
I missed them so much since my local grocer stopped selling them, I was beyond excited to find them on iHerb. As a coeliac, here in Australia there are nit many exciting flavoured cereals, especially frosted ones. They are gluten free, though when I eat a lot of them, my tummy does feel funny.. so just a note for gluten free ppl out there.