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Special K Blueberry Fruit Crisps
Crispy, fruity, and irresistibly easy, Special K blueberry fruit crisps make snack-time feel like a well-deserved break without throwing the day's nutrition out the window. Portably packaged, the crisps feature delicious blueberry filling in a snappy crust and are finished with a drizzle of vanilla icing. A pair of them totals just 100 calories with only 2 grams of fat.
Take the Challenge
For Special K lovers with particular weight loss goals, the online Special K Challenge program at specialk.com offers menu tips, mobile apps, recipes, and community features. Special K fruit crisps are a featured snack on the Challenge menu, helping make goals more achievable without sacrificing taste.
Founded by W. K. Kellogg in Battle Creek, Michigan, in 1906, the Kellogg Company is dedicated to making good nutrition easy and delicious. Its Special K line began with the Original cereal and now includes breakfast bars, snack bars, chips, and beverages.
Size: Pack of 6 | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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Love these!!! It tastes like a blue berry pop tart. I use this when I have a sweet tooth but watching my calories. It helps me not give in to higher calorie items. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Jeremy
If you like the bars with the icing on top these are not for you. These are great to snack on. There are two so you can either share or spread them out during the day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Johnson
anyway I do not understand the 100 calorie marketing. they are comparing with other brands that are higher calories but the portion provided is very small.. Read more
I didn't buy these for the nutritional value but instead to have as a quick snack while at work so I'm not really concerned about added sugars and refined grains. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Hecht
These are always fresh and tasty, but sometimes Amazon has trouble keeping them in stock.Published 2 months ago by BuckeyeShopper