They say quality comes at a price, and food is definitely no exception. I can easily pick up a basic name brand cereal on sale, with a coupon even, but sadly, it won’t compare to my newly discovered intrigue: Living Intentions Superfood Cereal (now known as Activated Superfood Cereal).
We received sample bags of the latest flavors of Living Intentions Superfood Cereal at Expo West, and I hadn’t thought much of it at the time. Nice packaging, slightly unique flavors, but really, how would it differ? When I finally broke one open, a few weeks after the show, I immediately found out.
Tasting Notes for Living Intentions Superfood Cereal
It was the unique clusters in Living Intentions Superfood Cereal that enraptured me first. They stay crispy in dairy-free milk beverage yet are more gentle and wafer-like than crunchy granola or flakes. But then the ingredients caught my attention. What should be a simple nutrition statement reads like a who’s who of superfoods. Maca, baobab, reishi, mesquite, nopal – they’re all in there, along with a hearty base of sprouted buckwheat and gluten-free oats.
This was the first flavor that I sampled and it was a fast favorite. The dizzying array of healthy ingredients creates a slightly strange, yet cohesive, perfectly sweet and crave-able taste. I was actually amazed by how bold the flavor was. And yes, it does turn your dairy-free milk pink!
Ingredients: buckwheat sprouts*, gluten free oats*, coconut palm sugar*, coconut*, sorghum flakes*, raspberries*, coconut palm nectar*, beet root*, sunflower sprouts*, sunflower oil*, golden flax meal*, puffed buckwheat*, prebiotic fiber blend (jerusalem artichoke inulin*, blue agave cactus inulin*, baobab fruit*, nopal cactus fiber*, yacon root*, green banana*), radiant superfood blend (lucuma fruit powder*, freeze dried sea buckthorn juice*, freeze dried aloe vera extract*, schizandra berry extract*, rhodiola extract*), concord grape juice*, orange peel* and himalayan crystal salt. *certified organic. contains coconut
Nutrition (per 1/3 cup): 114 calories, 5g fat, 17g carbs, 2g fiber, 6g sugars, 2g protein.*
Though I remain loyal to the Raspberry thus far, it was certainly no chore finishing off a bowl of the Acai Blueberry. It was just a touch less sweet, but still bold and fascinating with earthy berry flavors. It left my palate wondering, “what is this?” The ingredients dance around harmoniously in this Living Intentions Superfood Cereal. Shards of coconut, gently sweetened crunchy buckwheat sprouts, bursts of banana, assorted berry nuances (blueberry, acai, maqui, elderberry, and camu camu!), it’s all in there – I could taste it!
Ingredients: buckwheat sprouts*, gluten free oats*, currants*, coconut palm sugar*, coconut*, blueberries*, banana*, sorghum flakes*, concord grape juice*, sunflower sprouts*, sunflower oil*, golden flax meal*, prebiotic fiber blend (Jerusalem artichoke inulin*, blue agave cactus inulin*, baobab fruit*, nopal cactus fiber, yacon root*, green banana*), coconut palm nectar*, puffed buckwheat*, berry superfood blend (maqui berry*, acai berry*, eldeberry*, camu camu*) and himalayan crystal salt. *certified organic. contains coconut
Nutrition (per 3/4 cup): 204 calories, 7g fat, 33g carbs, 5g fiber, 9g sugars, 5g protein.*
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The Facts on Living Intentions Activated Superfood Cereal
Price: $8.99 per 9-ounce package
Availability: Living Intentions Superfood Cereal is found in some natural food stores, but it’s easiest to locate online. You can order from the company’s website below, or from retailers like Amazon and Vitacost.
Certifications: Living Intentions Superfood Cereal is Certified Organic and Certified Kosher Parve.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Living Intentions Superfood Cereal is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, paleo, vegan, and vegetarian.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Living Intentions website at www.livingintentions.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
My favorite is the hemp&greens with hemp milk. Love it.
Thanks Vickie – I’ll have to try that one!
This Acai blueberry Cereal mix sounds as a great source of antioxidants. Though I guess that the raw fruit may have higher amounts of nutrients. Acai and blueberries contain the same pigment, anthocyanin, which provides the purple/blue color and Camu Camu contains the highest concentration of vitamin C, acquainted for 50 times more vitamin C than an orange! It is also a source of beta-carotene.