Have you seen the new advert for Nutri-Grain Breakfast Biscuits yet? It’s one of the few on TV at the moment that actually make me laugh out loud. The hero of the piece, named ‘Dressing Gown Man’ is seen running through a packed commuter train shouting for Sue! Once he spies her he tell her all about new Nutri-Grain Breakfast Biscuits, which apparently are just the job for a proper breakfast on the go. They look like a biscuit, taste like a biscuit but with all that good stuff of a Kellogg’s cereal. Then he carries on through the train shouting for Alan! And if you pop to the Nutri-Grain website, Dressing Gown Man appears to be doing personal requests for the general public to ‘get their biscuit on’! Check him out in action here.
Joking apart, Nutri-Grain Breakfast Biscuits come in a handy 4-biscuit pack, which is ideal for people like me who tend to skip the most important meal of the day but then get starving hunger pangs by mid morning. The handy pack means that you can take them out with you when you’re on the go or keep them at your desk. Plus there are 3 tasty flavours to choose from, like cereal & milk, oats & honey and fruit & fibre. Kellogg’s new Nutri-Grain Breakfast Biscuits are packed straight from the oven into handy individually-wrapped 4-biscuit packs, and provide slow release carbohydrates, together with 6 B-vitamins, calcium and iron, to help release energy steadily. Enjoy with a yoghurt or latté and piece of fruit – perfect for busy mornings.
Here are the three flavours:
Cereal & Milk
A delicious blend of wholegrain oats, wheat and barley cereal grains mixed together with milk and slow baked until golden and crunchy.
Fruit & Fibre
Bursting with sweet raisins mixed with a blend of wholegrain oats and wheat and then slow-baked until golden and crunchy.
Oats & Honey
A hearty blend of wholegrain oats and wheat, mixed together with a drizzle of honey and then slow-baked until golden and crunchy.
And if you visit Tesco’s pretty quickly, you can get Nutri-Grain Breakfast Biscuit Bars for the knock down price of £1 a box, compared to the RRP of £2.49.