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This month, thanks to Nestle, I’ve been trying out their new gluten free honey flakes for breakfast.

Finally, #glutenfree corn flakes and honey flakes from nestle

Finally, #glutenfree corn flakes and honey flakes from Nestle

They also now make Gluten Free Corn Flakes so if you are coeliac or can’t have cereals with wheat, these are a great choice for a healthy breakfast.

I’ve not opened the corn flakes yet, working my way through the honey flakes.

What’s in the honey flakes?

The ingredients are: Maize, Brown Sugar, Sugar, Dextrose, Salt, Honey (0.5%), Caramelised Sugar Syrup

Vitamins and Minerals: Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Riboflavin (B2), Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin D, Iron

They’re pretty damn good though they are quite sweet. I’ve been enjoying them with Provamel coconut milk which is REALLY coconuty and goes very well with the honey sweetness. They stay nice and crunchy, don’t go soggy and filled me up.

They are also certified gluten free by Coeliac UK and it seems have actually been around for quite some time.

As for where you can buy them, I’d assume large supermarkets will stock them. Waitrose certainly do so you can buy them online.

I usually keep my sugar intake to a minimum but these are a lovely treat and would be great for kids who have coeliac disease or a wheat allergy. It feels like having normal cereal… not special freefrom cereal. They also contain vitamins and minerals so help towards your recommended daily intake.

Anyone else tried them? What’s your favourite gluten free or wheat free cereal?



An allergy and health writer and freelance copywriter, Ruth is passionate about helping those with allergies and food intolerances take control, embrace their condition, and learn to live with and love who they are. It can be very lonely finding you have allergies and discovering what helps you can be a life long journey. What works for one person won't work for another, so after trying nearly every allergy treatment under the sun and finding hours of research necessary to keep abreast of what's going on, Ruth started writing her blog, What Allergy? in April 2009. Ruth has life threatening allergies herself to all nuts, all diary, tomatoes and celery and knows first-hand what it's like to have an anaphylactic attack. Voted in the Top 5 UK allergy blogs by Cision UK in 2011, What Allergy is packed full of interesting articles, hints and tips and product reviews which are a must read for anyone with allergies, food intolerances or sensitivities, asthma and eczema. From subjects such as "What is celery allergy?" to "Surviving a holiday abroad with allergies", it's packed with useful and interesting information. You can register free for a weekly newsletter by visiting her website and also keep in touch by following her on Facebook and Twitter.

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