Healthy Knock-Offs Of Your Favorite Childhood Cereals

If You Love Fruit Loops, Try:

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Annie’s Organic Berry Bunnies

We know they aren’t the color or shape of Fruit Loops, but what’s inside should be enough to make you feel good about eating real fruit instead of flavorings and dyes.

If You Love Frosted Flakes, Try:

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One Degree Organic Food’s Ancient Maize Flakes

They aren’t your typical corn flakes with added nutrients from buckwheat and amaranth. Coconut sugar sweetens up this cereal while keeping it low on the glycemic index.

If You Love Cocoa Puffs, Try:

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Nature’s Path Organic Choco Chimps Cereal

So it doesn’t have a catchy commercial or slogan, but rest assured you won’t be suffering from a serious blood sugar spike after a bowl or two.

If You Love Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Try:

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Cascadian Farm Organic Cinnamon Crunch Cereal

It looks like Cinnamon Toast Crunch and the taste isn’t too far off either.

If You Love Lucky Charms, Try:

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Mom’s Best Mallow Oats

While it’s not organic, is the closest thing to a healthier version of the original cereal. The company is dedicated to using the whole grain and never adding synthetic colors, preservatives, or hydrogenated oils.

If You Love Cap n’ Crunch, Try:

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Barbara’s Original Puffins Cereal makes things a bit healthier at only 5g of sugar per serving, because real Cap’n Crunch has some of the highest amounts of sugar in cereal on the market.

If You Love Reese’s Puffs, Try:

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365 Everyday Value Organic Peanut Butter and Cocoa Balls is a brand carried exclusively at Whole Foods Markets. They keep the sugar on the low end and use wholesome ingredients.

If You Love Apple Jacks, Try:

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Nature’s Path Organic Qia Superfood Chia Buckwheat & Hemp Apple Cinnamon Cereal won’t quite taste or look like Apple Jacks, but the flavors of real apples and cinnamon aren’t a bad trade.

If You Love Rice Krispies, Try:

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Erewhon’s Organic Gluten Free Crispy Brown Rice don’t snap, crackle, and popexactly like the original but the quality of what you’re eating has a serious advantage over the original white rice variety.

If You Love Honey Nut Cheerios, Try:

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One Degree Organic Foods Sprouted Oat Honey O’s give General Mills a run for their money with their company’s ethics and practices but above all the ingredients they use.

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