I did not realize the difference between Mini Wheats and Mini Wheat Little Bites until I saw them. These are much tinier than regular Mini Wheats, hence the slight name difference. Were the Minis not mini enough? Otherwise, these are your standard Mini Wheats. They look a little like straw, but I truly think they are tasty.
Nutritionally, they are not awful, but higher in calories and carbs than I would like. However, a great source of fiber and very low fat. So, for a once in a while thing, once again, not awful. My biggest complaint is the serving size, which is 47 biscuits. Really? You could not have just made it half a cup? For people who are a little OCD about precise serving sizes, it is a major pain to sit there and count out 47 biscuits each time I want to make sure I am getting a correct serving size. It is a major flaw as far as I am concerned.
Taste wise, these were good, not fantastic, but good. But between the annoying serving size and the amount of calories and carbs, I am not sure this would be a staple in my pantry. I think there are better, healthier, easier options out there. And if I were going to splurge with carbs for mini wheats, I would probably do it on the blueberry ones.
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