Gluten/Grain/Soy/GMO/Sugar Free, Keto, Low Carb, Low Glycemic Index, 100 Calories per bag, 1 Weight Watcher point(s) per serving. Made in the USA with no artificial sweeteners or colors.
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Great taste! (No aftertaste!)
Cereal School Cons
You have to buy a box of 12 or 24 individual bags per flavor. We would love a variety box!
Can not buy larger bags
Expensive compared to regular cereal (less expensive or the same as a protein bar)
The Cereal School Reviews: Version 3.0
The Cereal School has created a healthy breakfast cereal that you can feel good about eating. And because it is free of gluten, grain, soy, GMO’s, and sugar, with only 100 calories and 1 Weight Watcher point per serving almost anyone, on any diet, can enjoy these bags of crunchy sweetness!
The natural sweeteners used are allulose and monk fruit. Allulose is a low-calorie sweetener found in figs and raisins that tastes like real sugar but doesn’t affect blood sugar levels in the same way. Monk fruit is a natural plant-based sweetener that has zero sugar and no calories. This means no sugar crash (zero glycemic impact) after eating a bowl.
Compare this to the average cereal that is packed with 10g of sugar or more and the difference is clear! Shop now >>
The Cereal School Ingredients and Nutrition Facts
There are 5 The Cereal School flavors including Peanut Butter, Cookies and Cream, Cocoa, Fruity, and Cinnamon Bun you are sure to find a flavor, or two, that you can’t live without.
We tried version 3.0 of The Cereal School cereal and were excited to see how the taste compared to version 2.0 (review below) which left an aftertaste. We tasted Cocoa and Peanut Butter. Cocoa was new to us and Peanut Butter we tasted version 2.0 and were hoping for improvements in this latest recipe upgrade. Shop now >>
Best Cereal School Flavors: Peanut Butter and Cinnamon Bun
We loved the new peanut butter taste! It tastes better than the previous version with NO after taste and is still packed with protein with no sugar crash. We highly recommend it. The cocoa was a deep dark chocolate taste that was good, but not amazing.
We added some of the chocolate to a bowl of the peanut butter cereal to create the ultimate protein-packed peanut butter cup breakfast. You should absolutely try it!
How much does The Cereal School low-carb cereal cost?
You have the option to buy 12 or 24 bags of each flavor. The cost for 12 bags of keto cereal is $26.99 and $80.97 for 48 bags if you subscribe. This works out to $2.25 and $1.69 per bag. As they say, you get what you pay for!
When comparing the cost of The Cereal School healthy breakfast cereal to high-quality protein bars the cost is similar to or less than them at around $1.69-$1.87 per bag. We recommend subscribing to save 10% on every order! You can cancel your subscription at any time.
New to the Schoolyard Snacks site are gift bundles! These bundles give you the opportunity to try both the Schoolyard Snacks keto cereal and keto puffs in many different flavors and at discounted prices. (Read our Schoolyard Snacks cheese puff reviews for our favorite flavors!) We only wish that we could make our own bundle!
The Cereal School, aka Schoolyard Snacks, has reinvented the sugary cereals and high-carb snacks we love by replacing the not-so-good stuff with high-quality protein and natural sweeteners.
We give The Cereal School healthy breakfast cereal version 3.0 two thumbs up. This product would be good for anyone looking to eat better, from kids to teens to adults, those on Weight Watchers or a Keto or gluten-free diet, or anyone looking for a healthy breakfast (or in my case dinner). The new peanut butter flavor is everything you want in a cereal, real peanut butter taste with lots of crunch, without the sugar, and NO AFTER TASTE!
And while The Cereal School cereal is more expensive than your grocery store cereal, if you are looking for a high-protein and keto-friendly snack or breakfast the price is in line with most premium protein bars. We only wish that this cereal came in large family-friendly bags and that we could make our own bundles with cheese puffs and cereal.
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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