Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Fiber One 80 Calories ~ Prize Pack Giveaway with #MyBlogSpark

I recently started the Weight Watchers program so when I saw Fiber One 80 Calories you know I was excited. Why? Because it's very low in points (2 points plus), yet very satisfying with a whopping 10g of fiber! The question was, how good can  cereal so low in calories taste? Pretty good, that's how good! Now I wouldn't say it's 'your favorite sugary cereal' good but it's pretty good! 

What I liked:
I liked the flavor, nice and sweet. I liked the nutritional values. I liked that it makes for a great filler snack. I liked that I can eat it and easily stay on my weight loss program. I liked that when eaten dry it makes for a fun crunchy snack. I liked that I could add sliced strawberries, bananas and blueberries to not only bulk it up but enhance the flavor. I liked that my kids liked it and thought it was a great treat!

What I didn't like: I did not like how fast it got soggy in milk. I did not like that it left a bit of an after taste in my mouth.

Would I recommend  Fiber One 80 Calories? Yes.

The wait is over - brand new Fiber One 80 Calories cereal is on store shelves now! Each crunchy wheat and corn puff square in every bowl of Fiber One 80 Calories cereal has a light honey flavor – a delicious way to start your day. Fiber helps satisfy your hunger and helps you feel full, making it a great tool to help manage your weight.

With 40 percent of the Daily Value of fiber in one 80 calorie serving, Fiber One 80 Calories cereal can help curb your hunger, which can help you stick to your weight loss plan.

With great-tasting Fiber One 80 Calories cereal, there is a new breakfast option that helps you feel satisfied without sacrificing flavor!

Are you hungry yet? If so, look for new Fiber One 80 Calories cereal on grocer’s shelves now! Visit http://www.fiberone.com/ for great information on healthy living and coupons for new products. Also, be sure to check out the Fiber One Facebook page and get involved in the conversation. We’d love to hear how you feel satisfied with new Fiber One 80 Calories cereal!

Have you tried Fiber One 80 Calories yet? Would you like to? Would you like to win it before you buy it? Together with General Mills and MyBlogSpark the prize pack pictured above will be awarded to one lucky reader!

Enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter form below. Pls. give it time to load as it sometimes loads at a turtles pace :-D Giveaway ends 10/11/11 at 12:01am. Open to US Residents.

Disclosure: Fiber One 80 Calories cereal, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.


blord7777 said...

It is rare I eat breakfast but I am trying to eat healthier and am learning to eat bananas as my morning snack.

sweetheart said...

normal breakfast is either a bowl of oatmeal or a bowl of cereal with fruit

pmh said...

normal breakfast: varies from day to day; try to be healthy

pmh said...

love fiber one 90 calorie bars.

Mel said...

For breakfast I usually have peanut butter toasts with fruit juice.
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Tammy H. said...

I'd like to try the 90 calorie brownies! They look yummy!


Tammy H. said...

Normal breakfast at my house is either a breakfast casserole, a bowl of cereal or waffles with sausage!


BrooklynShoeBabe said...

Most mornings I eat a bowl of fiber dense cereal with a big mug of tea.

MommyMadness said...

A normal breakfast is an egg sandwich

Crystal Feldman

Elaine said...

Normal breakfast for me is cereal!

Mel said...

Normal breakfast for me is a bowl of cereal or 2 peanut butter toasts with a glass of fruit juice.
meltheplux (at) gmail (dot) com

Gina said...

Usually left over dinner!

The McKennas said...

I love their 90 calorie brownies!! Yummy!

Christyn Mckenna

The McKennas said...

A normal breakfast for me is a bagel and coffee!

Christyn Mckenna

ShellieAndBrutus said...

I'd also like to try their oats and strawberry bhars.
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ShellieAndBrutus said...

A normal breakfst for me is oatmeal.
fatmeatloaf1 at gmail dot com