Kellogg’s Special K Nourish: Which Flavors Passed the Taste Test?

Special K Nourish Hot Cereals Review

Similar to oatmeal, the multi-grain hot cereal contained quinoa, oats, wheat and barley. It also contains a separate top that you mix in for extra flavor. To cook these, you can add water and microwave them directly or just add hot water (preferred method, according to the package’s directions).
Although this breakfast meal didn’t have all that many calories (190 for all versions), they all contained between 40 to 50 calories from fat — a pretty high percentage, really. Like the nutrition bars, this cereal clocked in at 8 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber. The hot cereals had vitamins and other nutrients, too, but a little bit less than the bars with about 10 to 30 percent of your daily recommended values. 

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