Nature’s Path Gluten Free Cereals – Review & Giveaway

It’s only when you start to eat a gluten free diet that you realise that it’s in everything . . . not just the obvious things like bread and pasta but sausages, stock cubes and even pre-packaged chicken!

Nature’s Path are “a family run, passionately independent, sustainably-drive, deliciously-healthy organic food company that believes in ‘leaving the earth better than we found it’.  And . . . as an added bonus their products are all gluten free! 

We’ve been trying out some goodies from Nature’s Path . . . 

Mesa Sunrise


Mesa Sunrise

Quite often when you try gluten free foods you find yourself saying “They’re ok, it’s ok for gluten free” but these flakes are fab! Gluten free or not they’re just lovely and I would happily eat them in place of my normal cereal.  They’re crunchy and tasty and I’d happily eat another bowl full right now thanks very much! 

Maple Sunrise 


Maple Sunrise Cereal

So you can see from the photograph that this contains the same flakes as the Mesa Sunrise but with added quinoa puffs . . . unfortunately I wasn’t keen on this one at all but I’m pretty sure that’s just a personal preference thing.  I can’t abide sweet cereals and this is definitely sweet, you can smell the maple syrup even as you’re pouring this one from the box! If you like a bit of a sweet treat for your breakfast then this one is for you! 

Crunch O’s

Crunch O's cereal

Crunch O’s are Nature’s Path’s best selling children’s cereal – and I’m sure you can see why.  I gave these to Ben and Chloe for breakfast and they never uttered a word so they either didn’t notice or weren’t bothered that I had swapped their usual hoopy cereal! 



Nice and Nobbly Bars (Dark Choc Chip & Trail Mix)

Nice and Nobbly bars

Much like the Mesa Sunrise cereal you don’t eat these bars thinking “Oh they’re not bad for gluten free food” – you eat them thinking “Ooh these are nice cereal bars” which in itself is a pretty big win.  I preferred the Choc Chip variety myself mainly because I love chocolate and hate peanuts!!  Of course if you happen to be diary free too then these would be no good for you and you’d be better off with the Trail Mix ones!

Now it’s your turn to give Nature’s Path a try!

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*Disclaimer – We were sent a selection of Nature’s Path products free of charge for the purposes of review however all thoughts and opinions remain my own*




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147 thoughts on “Nature’s Path Gluten Free Cereals – Review & Giveaway

  1. like the look of the nobbly granola bars, recently found out my daughter has an intolerance to gluton, but unsure of what i can get and what she will like without wasting lots of money on different things, this would be a great start.

  2. Hubby & I both went wheat free at the end of 2012 & within 6 months I'd lost over 4 stone & no longer needed my inhaler, for the 1st time in years I feel like my younger self again so I'd recommend anyone steering towards gluten/wheat free.
    As for which one I fancy trying… that would have to be their granola choc chip bars, they sound yum!
    @lavendergables

  3. Hot and steamy porridge oats look great! I get bad stomach aches when i eat anything stodgy so I reckon this would help a lot, also I can share it with Mum as she is gluten free

  4. They all look delicious! I would love to try can't afford to but Gluten Free but recently found out I can't have it! It just makes me ill! Fingers crossed ^_^ x

    – Abigail Daniel

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