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    High Protein Cereals

    Hey everyone I am looking for a new high protein cereal besides the kashi cereals that don't taste like complete ass. I love eating cereal/cottage cheese or gy with a scoop of protein powder before my workout mixed together...I was looking at the macros of the Special K protein plus and they seem to be very good so I was just wondering if anyone likes Special K Protein Plus? I have never had it so I was just wondering what some peoples opinions are because I don't want to waste money on something that tastes awful.....Also, I do like lucky charms, recces puffs, ctc, captain crunch, cookie crisp etc....but just looking for a higher protein cereal so if anyone has any other suggestions that would be great too.
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    Take the cereal you enjoy add in 1 scoop of protein and enjoy?
    Maybe just maybe?
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    Looks harmless enough. Haven't tried it though. Seems like a lot of protein, it may or may not taste like cardboard. Be warned.
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    You can try Ezekiel, but its a bit pricey and doesn't cost that great. However, it contains a decent amount of protein and carbs.
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    Here is a small list of cereals with five or more grams of protein.

    Kellogg's Special K Protein Plus (10g)
    Kellogg's Special K (6g)
    Kellogg's Special K Low Fat Granola (6g)
    Kellogg's Smart Start Strong Heart Toasted Oat (6g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size (6g)
    Kellogg's Smart Start Strong Heart Maple & Brown Sugar (6g)
    Kellogg's Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size (6g)
    Post Grape-Nuts (6g)
    Post Shredded Wheat Spoon Size Orginal (6g)
    Post Shredded Wheat Spoon Size Wheat'n Bran (6g)
    Kellogg's Low Fat Granola With Raisins (5g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Big Bite (5g)
    Kellogg's Mueslix (5g)
    Kellogg's Raisin Bran (5g)
    Kellogg's All Bran Strawberry Medley (5g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites Chocolate (5g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites Original (5g)
    Kellogg's Min-Wheats Touch of Fruit in the Middle Mixed Berry (5g)
    Post Great Grains Crunchy Pecans (5g)
    Post Raisin Bran (5g)
    Post Selects Banana Nut Crunch (5g)
    Post Shredded Wheat Original (5g)
    General Mills Chex Wheat (5g)

    Hopefully you can find something you like, on that list.
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    Do overnight oats count as cereal?
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    Originally Posted by x2lvlarcher View Post
    Take the cereal you enjoy add in 1 scoop of protein and enjoy?
    Maybe just maybe?
    I do eat kashi cereals, ctc, lucky charms, cheerios, etc... and enjoy them a lot but was just trying to switch it up a bit and I was at the store today and saw the macros for this and was shocked how good they were so that is why I was asking...No need to hate man.
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    Originally Posted by Siafu4Life View Post
    Here is a small list of cereals with five or more grams of protein.

    Kellogg's Special K Protein Plus (10g)
    Kellogg's Special K (6g)
    Kellogg's Special K Low Fat Granola (6g)
    Kellogg's Smart Start Strong Heart Toasted Oat (6g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size (6g)
    Kellogg's Smart Start Strong Heart Maple & Brown Sugar (6g)
    Kellogg's Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size (6g)
    Post Grape-Nuts (6g)
    Post Shredded Wheat Spoon Size Orginal (6g)
    Post Shredded Wheat Spoon Size Wheat'n Bran (6g)
    Kellogg's Low Fat Granola With Raisins (5g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Big Bite (5g)
    Kellogg's Mueslix (5g)
    Kellogg's Raisin Bran (5g)
    Kellogg's All Bran Strawberry Medley (5g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites Chocolate (5g)
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites Original (5g)
    Kellogg's Min-Wheats Touch of Fruit in the Middle Mixed Berry (5g)
    Post Great Grains Crunchy Pecans (5g)
    Post Raisin Bran (5g)
    Post Selects Banana Nut Crunch (5g)
    Post Shredded Wheat Original (5g)
    General Mills Chex Wheat (5g)

    Hopefully you can find something you like, on that list.
    ^^^^ Thanks for the list man. Definitely will have to try some of these out for sure...Also, will rep for the suggestion. I am just looking to try new cereals since I love cereal and eat it every day....Also, to cumulonimbus mini wheats are awesome. Haven't had them in forever so I may have to get a box soon...Super jealous of how many carbs you eat too. I am a huge carb fiend so jealous you eat as many as you do lol
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    Originally Posted by x2lvlarcher View Post
    Take the cereal you enjoy add in 1 scoop of protein and enjoy?
    Maybe just maybe?
    Exactly what I was going to say. I love how people rather not choose a delicious tasting cereal for an extra ~2g of protein per serve lol
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    No hate seriously....

    Dude you got me all wrong I don't hate you... I would never hate you

    Just simply saying eat what you enjoy and if you need the extra protein add in whey protein/rice protein/hemp protein/etc protein.

    Hell you could even go with a higher protein lesser carb/fat milk for example coconut milk/almond milk.
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    Originally Posted by HunterCML View Post
    Looks harmless enough. Haven't tried it though. Seems like a lot of protein, it may or may not taste like cardboard. Be warned.
    I eat Special K Protein Plus daily, I love it. Doesn't taste like cardboard at all, you're thinking high fiber cereal
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    Seriously? The original Kashi Go-Lean is a cutting staple of mine. Sometimes I freakin' crave it. I don't see how you think it tastes bad.
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    look into the company "Kay's natural". about as high protein as it gets for cereals...9 or 10 grams per serving
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    kashi go lean. Tastes great and has 13g of protien.
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    To the people that say kashi go lean that is the cereal I already eat. It is delicious and I seriously could eat it all day long. Love the fiber content in it too and I actually think it tastes good. I eat it whether I am cutting or bulking. I was just looking for another alternative just because kashi is fairly expensive and I am in college and buying groceries for the first time on my own...I saw the special k today at the store and it was way cheaper then kashi so I figured I might give it a try (good to hear from mike that it tastes good)......I guess I could always just eat like honey nut cheerios and stuff like that but since I am living on my own I am probably going to be eating less fruits/veggies (which I hate), but I don't have the money to afford good fruits/veggies every week so I am still looking for a cereal with good fiber content and special k protein plus, fiber one, and kashi cereals are about the only ones I know........Hate the taste of fiber one too.
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    Fiber one 80 calorie honey cereal is actually awesome tasting. Add a scoop of cheap whey (body fortress, pure protein) to that and you'll be set.
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    Hi-Lo 100% nutritious living natural cereal is awesome, and the serving sizes are great. 1/2cup is 90 calories, 13g of carbs, 12g protein. I really recommend it! You can order it online
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    Originally Posted by fitspogo View Post
    Hi-Lo 100% nutritious living natural cereal is awesome, and the serving sizes are great. 1/2cup is 90 calories, 13g of carbs, 12g protein. I really recommend it! You can order it online
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    Go Lean - 13g Protein

    If I could post a pic I would.

    Fiber twigs, Soy Protein Grahams, and Honey Puff Cereal. Not the others.

    It tastes pretty good, but don't expect honey nut cheerios.
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