Product: Envirokidz Gorilla Munch Cereal – $4.99+
I can’t turn down a sale. So when I stopped in at my local grocery store and the Manager’s Special table was loaded (and I mean stacked) with gluten-free cereal from Envirokidz, I couldn’t pass it up. I mean…when this stuff normally sells for double the amount I bought it for, I figured it was worth giving a shot. I grabbed all three varieties loaded up on the table, plus some gluten-free snacks and walked out a happy, gluten-free girl.
Of the three cereals that I opted to try, Envirokidz Organic Gorilla Munch was the one that sounded the least appealing. So, that was the one I opened first. The cereal looks simple. Little yellow balls…sort of like Kix. And upon eating them, that’s immediately what I was reminded of. Take me back years and years to my childhood when I would eat the hell out of Kix cereal.
I was so ready to hate these…thinking they would be more like Cap’n Crunch (the regular…which I never liked. Sorry Cap’n Crunch fans) than like a cereal I grew up with. But unlike Kix (which are not gluten-free), instead of a list of ingredients, Gorilla Munch has simply three…and I recognize all of them: organic corn meal, organic evaporated cane juice, sea salt.
The result…a crunchy, delicious, corn cereal that surprised me upon first spoonful. And it paired very well with my almond milk, adding a level of sweetness to it. And it keeps crunchy even in the bath of almond milk, so that’s a big plus. What I really enjoyed was how surprisingly appetizing it was. Where I was counting on this to be the cereal that put me off of the three I had, what I discovered was that I wish I had saved this one a little longer. It is phenomenal. And I don’t just wax rhapsodic about any ol’ cereal.
Even if you don’t have to eat gluten-free…if you like a good organic cereal in the morning, I encourage you to try out Enviokidz Organic Gorilla Munch. Not only do 1% of the proceeds of every sale go to wild life preservation, but you get a really exciting breakfast in a bowl. Just because it’s marketed to kids doesn’t mean it has to just be for kids.
Wake up…pour a bowl…and dig in. Gorilla Munch for the win!