Grandma Crunch Keto Cereal

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Breakfast can quickly become the bain of any keto lifestyle. With a busy family life, focus on getting the kids out of the door and everyone else away – by the time you sit down to eat something – the interest in food has gone!

Although things like eggs, chaffles and such are easy to knock up – it’s not quite the same as tipping a bunch of crunchy things into a bowl with milk and mindlessly munching until you are satisifed. As we know – cereal is loaded with the two worst things in the keto world – SUGAR and GRAINS. Perhaps this is why it’s so incredibly satisifying, yet makes you feel like hell about an hour before lunchtime. Carb crasheroo.

So the lovely grandma at Grandma Crunch Cereal decided to have a go creating a recipe with only natural sweetener (erythritol) and no grains. After a number of atttempts – Grandma settled on three lovely flavours of “balls”

  • Cinnamon
  • Cocoa
  • Coconut

They are all rather tasty – you could mix up the flavours or enjoy with flavoured milk – whatever floats your boat.

They are a slightly unusual texture – you won’t find it familiar at first but you do get used it and you enjoy the initial crunch when they are dry and reflect on the more squishy element when sat in the milk for a while.

Grandma (Crunch) is on a mission to create a healthier way of living and with her famous recipe book in hand, she has been hard at work concocting new ways to provide healthy, nutritious snacks, which will help keep people fit and strong. 

Now, more so than ever, Grandma wants to get the nation back to healthy eating habits. It’s been a hard year for everyone, both physically and mentally, and whilst most of us have taken some comfort in takeaways and sugary snacks, it’s time to limit those back to the odd treat, and start to build our immune systems and fill our bodies with nutritious food, which will fight off any nasties. 

The UK is a nation of breakfast cereal lovers, both young and old, after all it’s a simple, easy to prepare breakfast staple. However with over 90% of the market saturated by high sugar varieties, Grandma Crunch aims to allow people to enjoy a bowl of cereal, knowing they are fuelling the body with goodness, without compromising on texture and taste. 

Keto snacks generally all have a similar texture, and take the form of thick dense protein bars. Additionally, many of these high protein, low sugar options give misleading impressions. An example is the use of Maltitol in leading protein bars, which is often used as a sugar replacement and marketed as ‘no sugar’ but in reality it still spikes insulin, and so it’s not diabetic friendly.

Founded by husband and wife duo, Charlotte and Norman, they believe in alternative functional foods, which have a real impact on people’s lifestyle. They believe food should be delicious as well as providing a crucial function and significant impact on how you feel and how you perform. Charlotte is passionate about the problems of diet culture and the impact of misleading consumers.  Whilst Norman, who is driven by data, has spent many years researching various diets, meditation, stress management and sleep patterns, which together has led them to creation of Grandma Crunch.

Featuring all the essential amino acids: Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, and Valine…and all the and non-essential amino acids: Alanine, Asparagine, Aspartate, Cysteine, Glutamate, Glutamine, Glycine, Proline, Serine, Tyrosine, Arginine, and Histidine 

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