KIND Cereal offers all the indulgence but none of the guilt

New KIND Cereal, photo provided by Walmart
New KIND Cereal, photo provided by Walmart /

KIND Cereal transforms the KIND bar into the bowl.

If you love KIND bars, the new KIND Cereal will become your new obsession. From delicious flavors to good for you ingredients, this new cereal is a reason to enjoy some any time of day. Cereal for dinner anyone?

Available exclusively at Walmart, the KIND Cereal might sound indulgent but it is packed with healthy goodness. With 5-6 grams of protein per serving, one bowl is quite filling.

More importantly, the four cereal flavors are inspired by KIND’s popular nut bar flavors. If you grab one of those nut bars as a snack to satisfy a craving or to curb a hunger, people love these cereal flavors. From the touch of chocolate to the crunch of the nuts, each bite is flavorful.

By transforming the popular nut bars into a cereal, KIND believes that its fans will want to try this new offering. When people like a particular flavor, they want to enjoy it in different ways. From bar to bowl, it seems likely that these new cereals will be a hit.

The four KIND Cereal flavors are: Dark Chocolate Almond, Apple Cinnamon, Honey Almond and Cranberry Almond. Each flavor has super grain flakes in addition to the other flavorful ingredients.

KIND Cereal
New KIND Cereal, photo provided by Walmart /

Looking at the four flavors, the Dark Chocolate Almond will probably create the best cereal milk. Who doesn’t love that sweeter milk that is left in the bowl when the cereal is gone? This cereal will probably be the sweetest treat.

Also, the Apple Cinnamon could be the most satisfying. There is something about apples and cinnamon that is just classic. It would be interesting to see if you could put warm milk with the cereal. It could be an oatmeal replacement.

All the new KIND Cereal is available exclusively at Walmart. A 15 oz box retails for $6.98.

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What do you think of this new cereal? Do you ever eat cereal for dinner?