Breakfast time is much Perkier now in the UK

If you haven’t tried the new gluten free cereals and porridge from Perkier, You are really missing out.

A welcome addition to the free from section in British supermarkets. Available in the Free From section in Tesco now, and more to follow I’m sure.

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My favourite is Apple, cinnamon and raisin Porridge. the best thing is that it has no added sugar. I don’t think you need to add sugar,  just a huge dollop of double cream, Perfect!

also available in Fruity berry, Gingerbread and raisin,  Apple, cinnamon and raisin Oat free porridge using millet and buckwheat.

The porridge is also available in handy tubs perfect to take to work or for holidays. available in Fruity berry and Apple, cinnamon and raisin. just add boiling water.

Perkier also make a gluten free Fruity flakes cereal which does not contain oats. This product does contain sugar. Not such a fan of these but rarely have cereal. I found the dried fruit quite hard.

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Perkier also make delicious Treats a gluten free Tiffin with bits of honeycomb voted the best in our house. Also Rocky road with marshmallow very nice too.

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I was thrilled to find All of these on my last visit to Tesco

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The fun packaging makes them very easy to find on the shelf, why not go and check them out!

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Review of Nutty Cranberry Maple Muesli from Bakery on Main

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Nutty cranberry maple Muesli is a delicious sweet breakfast choice from Bakery on main available from Natures health box an online company with a large gluten free selection.

I would describe this more as a crunchy granola or cereal. Made with corn and rice.  It has a lovely maple syrup flavour and nutty golden clusters of sesame, sunflower and flax seeds and little cranberries. It was delicious with greek yoghurt and blueberries and was very good on its on when I had the munchies.

Natures health box has a choice of 7 different Bakery on main breakfast cereals and granola. The cost of these is £4.09 per bag

I have noticed the new packs are called Granola as opposed to muesli.

Disclaimer – This is an unpaid review, I was sent this product to try and I have chosen to review it.

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I can recommend this breakfast cereal and would definitely buy it.

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