Cereals can be so nutritious; high in protein, fiber, iron, and calcium (if you add milk). If you are looking for something nutritious and low in sugar, it is good to check out the ingredients of cereals.
Muesli Cereals are usually considered as a healthy option that has rolled oats, nuts, fruits. Muesli is left overnight after adding milk or cooked with milk to soften raw ingredients. You may like it with yogurt as well which is another refreshing option.
The cereal type that goes well with yogurt the most is granola. When the crunchiness and sweetness of granola meet with the sour taste of yogurt, magic happens. Granola is made of rolled oats, nuts, dried fruit, honey/sugar which all are baked. Granolas can also be prepared at home from scratch. However, there is a broad range of granola varieties at grocery stores so you can easily find one according to your taste.
For example, brands for healthy options that you can find are as follows; Alpen, KIND, Annie’s Organic, Seven Sundays, Kashi, Quaker and so many more in the weekly ads.
There are keto-friendly, organic, low sugar alternatives as well so it is worth checking out the weekly ads and see the best offer of the week.