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Kashi® Cinnamon Harvest Whole Wheat Biscuits

Kashi® Cinnamon Harvest Whole Wheat Biscuits

BY KASHI #73 in Cereal

4.4 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars63%
  • 4 Stars26%
  • 3 Stars8%
  • 2 Stars2%
  • 1 Star1%
4.49 / 5 based on 533 Reviews

Product Description

Woven Into The Center Of Our Organic Wheat Biscuits Is A Fusion Of Warm, Spicy Organic Cinnamon And Organic Dried Cane Syrup. Baked Together, These Crunchy Bite-sized Biscuits Will Kindle Your Senses And Satisfy Your Healthy Side. With The Goodness Of Over 20% Of Your Daily Fiber And Over 2/3 Of Your Daily Recommended Whole Grain Intake*, What's Not To Love?

Cinnamon Harvest Combines Organic Whole Wheat Biscuits And Spicy Organic Cinnamon For A Delectable And Nutritious Breakfast That You Might Want To Enjoy Even After Dinner Time.

Ingredients :

Organic Whole Grain Wheat, Organic Dried Cane Syrup, Organic Cinnamon, Natural Cinnamon Flavor.

Contains : Wheat Ingredients.

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Kashi® Cinnamon Harvest Whole Wheat Biscuits
Kashi® Cinnamon Harvest Whole Wheat Biscuits
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REVIEWS
Eliza J.
8 reviews
I really enjoy Kashi's shredded wheat biscuit selection, but the cinnamon ones are one of my favorite. They have a light sweet flavor to them, and the texture/composure of the shreds is perfect! Good over yogurt or with almond/any preferred milk!
Judy G.
7 reviews
I love cereal but I try to keep it healthy and not too sweet. These are perfect for that. They’re a little like shredded wheat but with a delicious cinnamon flavor. Not too sweet but super delicious. If you love healthy cereal you’ll love this.
Jessica P.
Altavista
68 reviews
For the health benefits alone this cereal is great and well rounded. Enough protein,fiber and low calorie enough to let me cheat by eating cereal. Taste wise its like a healthy version of cinnamon toast crunch but a bit harder on the crunch.
Katherine M.
Rocky Mount, NC
144 reviews
Tastes like a much better and healthier version of Cinnamon Toast Crunch!!! This gives me the needed fiber and boost of energy for the day that my body needs ! I love eating this with almond milk for breakfast and sometimes even late night snacks!
Marcie M.
Davison , MI
1189 reviews
This is one of my favorite flavors by Kashi. The cereal is a little pricier than some but it is more healthy and this particular flavor is very good. I eat this one quite often and I would definitely buy again
Michelle R.
Hudsonville
8 reviews
This is my absolute favorite breakfast cereal.  It's the perfect amount of cinnamon in each bite, and not too sweet!  I eat it nearly every morning, and I will be sorely disappointed if they ever decide to discontinue it.  My only wish is that I would see it on sale or find coupons for it since it does have a higher price tag than many of it's competitors.  On the upside, it is organic...
Marina A.
Freehold, NJ
377 reviews
Love the texture and the taste! It’s a great snack for at home, at the office, or on the go! Loaded with such great flavor, I find myself craving it as a nice sweet snack during the day. Price is very affordable
Jackie M.
Flower Mound
48 reviews
Love love love! I really love every kashi cereal. They have fantastic flavors and the cinnamon is one of my favorites! They even have it at our local Walmart now. I buy this every week!
Arlene C.
94 reviews
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Tempe, AZ
13 reviews
I love the cinnamon harvest wheat squares. It’s my favorite cereal because it is so tasty and filling. They also don’t have as much sugar as the usual frosted wheats so you can feel a little better about yourself. Kashi is usually a little pricy but I don’t eat cereal often. It’s more of a dessert/treat! I’d still buy it if I was craving it
Arlene C.
94 reviews
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Janelle R.
254 reviews
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Katie H.
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47 reviews

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