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Product Review: EnviroKidz Gorilla Munch cereal (gluten free & organic)

Posted on | February 25, 2009 | 2 Comments

I grew up loving Kix cereal- it was light and slightly sweet and fantastic with fresh sliced strawberries. I used to miss a light breakfast of cereal and fruit when I cut out gluten, because back then, the one time I splurged for a $5 box of gluten free cereal it ended up soggy and disgusting. Gluten free cereal has definitely come a long way, baby!
EnviroKids aka Nature’s Path organic cereals have yet to disappoint, and this gluten free product is no exception.  Gorilla Munch cereal consists simply of corn puffs slightly sweetened with organic evaloprated cane juice.  I think this cereal is comparable to Kix cereal, except the  puffs are slightly larger and a little more textured.  This cereal softens slightly in milk, but has no problem maintaining a satisfying crunch until the last spoonful. I have had this gluten free cereal with sliced strawberries and bananas, and loved it.
Pros: light,slightly sweet flavor, doesn’t get soggy in milk, organic, no preservatives or additives, simple ingredients
Cons: ?? Can’t really think of any
Rating: 5 stars
Ingredients: corn meal, organic evaloprated cane juice, sea salt
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2 Responses to “Product Review: EnviroKidz Gorilla Munch cereal (gluten free & organic)”

  1. Gwen
    November 6th, 2009 @ 5:56 pm

    Cons: Zero nutrition and spikes the blood sugar to insane levels. Rice Chex has vitamins and minerals. I think this one has 2% vitamin A and a TON of carbs.

    Expect diabetics and kids to be passed out well before lunchtime.

    If it’s necessary to buy this product, Trader Joe’s sells it for a couple of dollars.

  2. Joe
    April 12th, 2011 @ 6:14 am

    I bought a box of the gruel. I deemed it gruel after tasting, declining to feed it to my son.
    There’s an odd tree bark-like after taste, bleh!

    Oh, and BTW the picture on the front of the box depicts strawberries in the mix. NOT! There’s not one dried strawberry in the box.

    Utter crap… Do not buy!

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