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Pereg Quinoa Pop Cereal Review

Pereg Quinoa Pop CerealPereg Quinoa Pop Cereal Review
Gifted by: Pereg
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,


Pereg's Quinoa Pop Cereal is a tasty and healthy choice for breakfast or a snack. The puffed quinoa comes in four varieties: Original, Vanilla, Cocoa, and Banana. They taste great in milk, yogurt, or even in a salad.


This snack is completely gluten free, all-natural, has no cholesterol, and is low in sodium and sugar. I think it tastes best with cold milk in the morning. It is the perfect alternative to sugar laden cereals.


My favorite flavor of the bunch was the Cocoa Quinoa Pops. They reminded me a lot of a very popular and very unhealthy cereal. I love the resemblance because kids can be tricked into thinking they are having sugar for breakfast and you can rest easy knowing the benefits of this cereal.


I think the cereal also works well as a topper on ice cream or yogurt. The pops give a burst of flavor and crunch to the creamy treat. They even work well with savory foods; put them on a salad or over vegetables for a unique texture added to every bite. The best thing about these pops is that they also taste yummy just as a snack on their own!

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The cocoa pops were by far my favorite!

I liked the texture of this cereal! It might not be too filling on its own, but I would stir some in to my morning yogurt to give it a healthy crunch.


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