Cereal Project > Nature's Path > Love Crunch: Dark Chocolate & Peanut Butter
Introduced in 2017
This organic cereal is described on the front of the box as having "cereal flakes, granola & Italian dark chocolate." Along with an image of a bowl of the cereal, front graphics include an image of peanut butter dolloped onto a chunk of dark chocolate.
The back of the box describes the cereal like this: "A delicious combination of taste and love. Indulge in a delightfully delicious bowl of cereal. With organic chocolate cereal flakes, crunchy clusters of granola, Italian dark chocolate chunks, and creamy peanut butter - you'll be in love at first bite."
The ingredients listed on the nutritional panel are cornmeal, whole grain rolled oats, cane sugar, whole wheat meal, peanut butter, Fair Trade dark chocolate chunks, molasses, sunflower oil, oat bran, Fair Trade cocoa powder, barley malt extract, wheat bran, flavors, sea salt, rice starch, honey and vitamin E.
Each 1 cup serving has 200 calories, 5 grams total fat (1 saturated and 0 trans), 0 mg cholesterol, 140 mg sodium, 35 grams total carbs, 3 grams dietary fiber, 12 grams sugar and 4 grams protein.
Short Review By Mr Breakfast: This is a quality cereal. If you like peanut butter, you're likely to like it. It isn't indulgent like a Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, but it does manage to satisfy a craving for that kind of flavor combination. While I liked this cereal quite a bit, I liked Dark Chocolate & Red Berries Love Crunch even more. That cereal was introduced at the same time as the cereal featured on this page.
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This cereal belongs to the following Mr Breakfast Cereal Families:
The Chocolate Cereal Family
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