Breakfast to Keep Me Strong including giveaway

Who remembers that last year I reviewed a new breakfast cereal called Keep Me Going? Well the Keep Me brand has now come up with another new product and they have sent me a free box to try. This one is called Keep Me Strong.

Keep Me Strong cereal

Since trying Keep Me Going last year, I’ve attempted to eat more healthily at breakfast. I’ve been keeping an eye out for when the Keep Me range hits local supermarket shelves, but as yet it is still only stocked by Ocado. I do still sometimes treat myself to a less healthy cereal, but my two main alternatives are now oats or weetabix. For the oats, I either prepare a yoghurt and oatmeal dish the night before or make porridge served with banana or pear. You may see one of my oatmeal recipes here.

Keep Me Strong cereal

Like last time, we all tried it out and I got much more favourable responses from the boys to this variety. They both really enjoyed it. In comparison, son2 wasn’t that keen on Keep Me Going last year. Even my other half, who normally adds extra sugar to his cereal, was reasonably positive. However, son1 with his photographic memory was disappointed that there were no trading cards in the box this time.

Keep Me Strong cereal

Keep Me Strong (like Keep Me Going) is low sugar and salt and available at Ocado. It is usually priced at £2.65 for a 330g box, but is currently on special offer at 25% off (so £1.99) for the rest of June.

There are other high protein cereals out there, but nearly all use wheat gluten as their protein source, whereas Keep Me Strong uses brown rice protein, which is more easily digested and absorbed. The box indicates that a 30g serving (excluding the milk) provides about the same protein as a medium sized egg.

I enjoyed this cereal and recommend that you give it a try. I’m hoping that it will soon become available in more stores than just Ocado.

And I’m hosting a rafflecopter competition to giveaway 2 boxes of Keep Me Strong cereal each courtesy of Keep Me to 2 lucky winners.comper friendly badge

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And you may see my other giveaways here.

I’d love to hear what you enjoy best for breakfast.

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Disclosure. This post is a review of a product I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.

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50 thoughts on “Breakfast to Keep Me Strong including giveaway

  1. fionajk42

    Brown rice protein has a Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) of 1.00/ 1.00 – which is as good as it gets.
    My favourite breakfast is porridge with unsweetened soy milk and banana.

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  2. Hayley Todd

    My absolute favourite indulgence breakfasts are freshly made pancakes with maple syrup and bacon! The perfect Sunday morning treat!

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  3. sheridarby

    Each 30g serving of Keep Me Strong ® (without milk) provides about the same amount of protein as a medium sized egg. Foods rich in protein can help develop muscle and bone strength. I adore Muesli

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  4. Kirsty Hosty

    My favourite is overnight soaked oats, you get 30g of oats and one pot of yogurt, cover the oats with the yogurt and add berries on top then leave to chill in the fridge over night.

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  5. Paige RM

    My boys love coco-pops in the morning, and I’m inclined to agree! I’d definitely love to give Keep Me Strong a go though 🙂

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  6. claire woods

    Keep Me Going has 8 times less salt; 60% less sugar; twice the fibre; and a low Gi, similar to traditionally made porridge

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  7. Laura Pritchard

    I love my mum’s full English breakfast followed by a banana & honey smoothie…but I only get that once a year or so.

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  8. Rebecca Beesley (The Beesley Buzz)

    I love that these are reduced sugar. What I am mainly doing for breakfast at the moment for myself is making home-made granola to keep the sugar down but would love to find something low sugar for the kids to enjoy. So I am always on the lookout for new cereals to try!

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  9. Amanda

    Each 30g serving of Keep Me Strong ® (without milk) provides about the same amount of protein as a medium sized egg.
    My favourite cereal is Multi-grains 😉

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  10. aaron broad

    Keep Me Going has 8 times less salt; 60% less sugar; twice the fibre; and a low Gi, similar to traditionally made porridge

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  11. Hannah Scudder

    The cereals use SOLO Low Sodium Sea Salt from the Low Sodium Sea Salt Company.
    My favourite cereal is coco pops!

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