“They taste like Puffins, duh,” said Braden.
We’ve obviously been eating Honey Rice Puffins for years. They are a puffy square of cereal (like a throw pillow) with a honey coating. While we like to eat these as cereal, we also just like to just snack on them. They make great snacks for kids. Mine haven’t left me alone since I opened the box (and they’ve already eaten dinner). 🙂 Little vultures, that’s what they are.
“They’re crunchy.” “They taste like honey.” Well, honestly, that’s a pretty good description.
The Multigrain Puffins are similar (one of the three are the rice ones, I think), except there is more “grain” flavor to them. One serving of either type of Puffins provides you with 46% of your daily whole grains and 3 grams of fiber.
Barbara’s Bakery has been making gluten-free cereals for as long as I can remember. Their Brown Rice Crisps and Cornflakes were a staple in our house for a long time.
Even though Barbara’s Bakery makes non-gluten-free cereals, they test the gluten-free products to ensure they are actually gluten-free.
If you love the fun puffins on the box, you can even buy your own beanie Puffin from Barbara’s Bakery or Adopt a Puffin and support the seabird conservation efforts.
Please excuse me while I go fight for more cereal…