Kellogg's Frosted Flakes Cereal
Kellogg's Frosted Flakes Cereal: Serve them with milk or your favorite milk alternative Perfect for breakfast Value sized Good source of vitamin DThey're gr-r-reat Frosted cereal Kosher Easy snacking In the car On the runsee more...
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Like most cereals, the suggested serving is 3/4 cup; that contains 110 calories, less than 1 gram of fat, 27 grams of carbohydrates and 1 gram of protein. The type of milk that you add to this is going to change the values so if you are on a strict diet you are going to have to factor in those numbers.
Frosted Flakes have a nice crunch to them and if you love eating cereal out of the box and prefer something that has a sugar kick to it, these should be at the top of your shopping list. They aren't as healthy as Corn Flakes but if you are only having a handful or two it isn't going to wreck your diet.
The boxes are expensive if you don't get them on sale or have coupons for them; if you are stocking up on them when they are on sale make sure you check the "best by" date on the top flap. If they go past the one month mark they have an odd taste to them. When I open a box of these I store the cereal in an air tight container to preserve the flavor and crunch of them because I hate it when people do not close the bag up properly and I end up with crunch-less cereal. But overall I would recommend to people