- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
- Made in USA
- Cholesterol free
- Dairy free
- Dye and color additive free
- High fiber
- High fructose corn syrup free
- High in protein
- Low fat
- No added sugar or sweeteners
- No artificial ingredients
- No trans fats
- Pesticide free
- Preservative free
- Yeast free
Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Organic Sprouted Wheat, Organic Malted Barley, Organic Almonds, Organic Sprouted Barley, Organic Sprouted Millet, Organic Sprouted Lentils, Organic Sprouted Soybeans, Organic Sprouted Spelt, Filtered Water, Sea Salt.
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Amount Per Serving
Reviews For Sprouted Whole Grain Cereal Almond
Based on 12 Reviews
Love this cereal!
I love this basic healthy cereal ( not sweet at all). I eat it every morning with bananas, frozen blueberries and almond milk.
best basic cereal
love this cereal. crunchy and tasty. great in yogurt
Love this for breakfast
I put this on whole milk plain yogurt and fresh fruit every morning for breakfast--it is the BEST! It's got the crunch of granola without the sugar, plus it's protein!
Better than grape nuts
Like grape nuts, but sprouted and less processed. Truthfully I didn't want the almonds, but I was surprised to find they didn't affect the taste in a negative way - they actually made it better. This will become a staple for me!
Best granola substitute
Love this cereal with fresh fruit and plain yogurt for breakfast. I replaced my sugary granola with this; it reminds me of grape nuts, only it's better because it's protein!
I grew up eating Grape Nuts, so I've always enjoyed a less sugary cereal. Even then, Grape Nuts is processed with added sugar, so this cereal is the perfect substitute (and much yummier in my opinion). I add almond milk, a little raw honey, and blueberries when I'm wanting something sweeter!
When your taste buds are used to cereals with added sugar, it might take a little time to adjust. With that being said, you will LOVE this cereal over time and feel so satisfied after eating. I added a little cinnamon and raw honey it-- yum!
When I first used this cereal, I didn't measure it and just poured it into my bowl, like I would any other cereal. Whoa! that was a mistake! this cereal 'bulks' up and is really, really filling. All you really need is the 1/2 cup suggested serving. I added a few raisins and almond milk. Delicious!
How Sweet It's Not
I tried to like this cereal, especially considering its Biblical inspiration. I ended up needing to add honey in order to bring myself to finish the bowl. I'm all about trying new things, but I personally need just a touch of sweetness in my cereal.
Top 5 Favorite Cereal
I love cereal, but I love good for you, healthy stuff. If it might possibly have GMOs I won't touch it. If it isn't organic, I don't want it. Sprouted bread and cereal are awesome and have so many great benefits. I highly recommend trying this cereal!
- Tammi Sindelar
Fiber And Delicious
I hate taking my children to the grocery store because we usually come home with some sugary filled cereal and my wife always reminds me that the kids need healthier cereal options. Now that we discovered Thrive Market and order all of our shelf stable foods right here, I never have to worry about getting the wrong cereal. The kids love this cereal, especially the almonds!
- Rafael Pierce
yum! great with fresh fruit on top!
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