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Since being diagnosed with coeliac disease, the one meal I have really struggled with is breakfast.
Substituting sandwiches and evening meals has been do-able for me, but I was always a sucker for cereal.
Now, after years of trying to find something decent to start the day with, I have found a great range of gluten free cereals!
What has always annoyed me with gluten-free foods is that by buying "Free From", food manufacturers seem to assume you are a health freak.
Whilst a lot of people understandable cut gluten out through choice, I did not want to have to give up enjoyabe food.
Just because I can't eat gluten, it doesn't mean I want to live off of seeds and raisins.
Infact, I hate raisins.
The gluten-free Maple Sunrise from Nature's Path is a great-tasting cereal which brings the fun back to breakfast.
This sweet-tasting cereal gives me something to look forward to in the mornings.
With quinoa, corn, rice, flax, buckwheat and amaranth, this medly of flakes, crunchy balls and a sweet maple syrup taste make this an excellent product.
Even better - the ingredients used are organic, making it delicious and good for you!
I actually think this is the best cereal I have tasted - it makes a change from the boring, tasteless "overly-healthy" cereals that are available on the Free From market.
This cereal brings me back to my childhood and the cereals that I used to enjoy - and I think this will become a staple in my cupboards from now on!
I know they stock this cereal in my local Sainsbury's, but for more info and stockists you can visit their website here.