Special K Cereal, Protein 13.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)
- 4 boxes of 13.5 ounce Special K Protein Plus Cereal
- Protein-rich combination of tasty, low-carb wheat, soy, and rice flakes
- Lightly sweetened and deliciously crunchy for a great breakfast or snack
- Good source of fiber for overall dietary wellbeing and sense of satisfaction
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Special K Protein Plus Cereal
To boost stamina and focus throughout a challenging schedule, Special K Protein Plus cereal front-loads nutrition for the day with a generous dose of protein in a tasty, low-carb recipe. An extension of the classic Special K line, Protein Plus features the well-loved crunch and light sweetness of the original cereal, with the added benefits of 10 grams of protein and a mere 3 grams of fat per serving. A blend of wheat, soy, and rice flakes, the cereal delivers 5 grams of fiber per bowl and 45 percent of the recommended daily iron intake. Powerful fuel for the morning, Protein Plus also makes a yummy addition to fresh fruit or yogurt for a mid-day snack.
Stay Satisfied with Fiber
In addition to being tasty and convenient, Special K cereals are specially formulated to help you reach and maintain a healthy weight. Substantial helpings of fiber in each bite create a longer-lasting feeling of fullness and satisfaction. Fiber is also essential to overall dietary well-being and as part of daily intake offers numerous benefits.
- Fiber keeps the digestive system clean and functional.
- Fiber lowers the risk of diabetes and heart disease.
- Fiber helps regulate blood sugar levels.
Research has shown that many adults and children do not get enough fiber in their diets. Special K makes sure you are on your way to getting yours.
Take the Challenge
For Special K lovers who are aiming to trim down, Kellogg's has created the Special K Challenge, a fun and easily managed online program found at specialk.com. Designed to help users set and achieve weight loss goals, the program includes practical suggestions, menu tips, mobile apps, recipes, and online community features.
A Healthy History
Founded by W. K. Kellogg in Battle Creek, Michigan, in 1906, the Kellogg Company is dedicated to making good nutrition easy and appealing for active professionals and busy families. Its Special K line now includes a delicious variety of cereals, breakfast bars, snack crackers, and beverages.
CONTAINS WHEAT AND SOYBEAN INGREDIENTS.
Wheat Bran, Soy Grits, Rice, Wheat Gluten, Soybean Oil, Whole Grain Wheat, Soy Protein Isolate, Sugar, Salt, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Malt Flavor, Natural Nd Artificial Flavor, Ascorbic Acid, Sucralose, Alpha Tocopherol Acetate, Reduced Iron, Niacinamide, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Thiamin Hydrochloride, Vitamin A Palmitate, Folic Acid and Vitamin B12.
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Update: A good, less sugary low-carb, high-protein substitute for this cereal is Hi-Lo Low Carb Cereal by Organic Milling, which is also available on Amazon. Hi-Lo has 1/7 the sugar of the Special K, more protein and more fiber. And it tastes better.
That was nearly a year ago and this has been my "go to" cereal ever since. I think it tastes pretty good, so I advise that you decide for yourself on taste. It has a light and sweet cinnamon flavor, I love the added protein and it's very low in sugar (2 g's per .75 cup serving). The flakes are sturdy (great crunch) and dense - not airy at all - holds up well in skim milk or yogurt, but I typically eat it straight up - out of my handy measuring cup. I don't need to sweeten it at all and a serving size, or just over, leaves me satisfied (really hard to do) and a box seems to last me awhile - another huge plus. I even carry a bag as a snack - especially when I travel - so that I'm not tempted to make less healthy choices. While I can't give all the credit to Protein Plus, as part of an overall reduced calorie daily intake attempt, I've lost 20 lbs in the past year - and although near my goal - have no intention of taking this off my grocery list.
**Update 8.5.12** - the formula and stats have indeed changed, and significantly IMO. I am not thrilled and I wish they left well enough alone.Read more ›
Then they changed it to be sweeter and loaded up on more sugar and carbs. I complained to Kellogg and they replied that they did a taste test and found people wanted it to be sweeter. A TASTE TEST. On people that probably had no interest in its intended purpose to be a healthier option for people that actually need to watch their diets closely - they evidently didn't test for value when it came to its health benefits, they tested purely for flavor. Shouldn't this have been tested on people that WERE concerned with health...? It's that essentially the goal demographic? The general public has TONS of sugary cereals to choose from. Can't we just have ONE?
You've lost my business, Kellogg, as well as many others that follow a low-carb/keto diet. I was once recommending this cereal to everyone that was trying to be more healthy so they didn't have to give up all the types of food they love--those on Atkins, Protein Power, the huge following of low-carbers on reddit, to name a few. Now we're back to pretty much no cereal options once again.
After 7+ years of this being a staple in my diet I will no longer be purchasing this. Such a shame.
I am SO disappointed and I know others are, as well. So, I created a petition in the hope that if enough people sign they might eventually return the original formula.
That said, since I've found Hi-Lo cereal which is even better (carb, sugar, and fiber-wise) than the original formula of special k low carb I kind of don't care what Kellogg's does.
You took a product that had more protein than net carbs and had a great branny flavor and ruined it, Kellogg's.
Why would I buy this cereal anymore? I'll just stick to your other brand, kashi.
How stupid do you think the average cereal shopper is- "now tastes even better" - what garbage.
I could go on but I'll just stick to voting with my wallet.
I'm happy to hear you've enjoyed them for many years! Thank you for your comments regarding Kellogg's® Special K® Low Carb Lifestyle Protein Plus cereal. We are sorry you did not enjoy the reformulated product.
As you might imagine, we conduct extensive consumer tests to determine consumer acceptance before introducing a food into the national market. Reformulated products are of special concern to us, so we use panels of regular product users across the country to ensure acceptability. Tests on this reformulated product showed that most consumers preferred the new product to the old. However, we realize that taste preferences do differ and can certainly understand your feelings.
I've compiled a list of cereals with high fiber counts. You may wish to try:
Kellogg's FiberPlus® Berry Yogurt Crunch cereal
Kellogg's FiberPlus® Caramel Pecan Crunch cereal
Kellogg's® All-Bran® Original cereal< BR>Kell ogg's® All-Bran® Bran Buds® cereal
We appreciate your comments and will share them with the appropriate company officials. We have enclosed some coupons which we hope you will use to purchase other products that you enjoy.
Thank you again for sharing your thoughts!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used to eat this as my go to cereal option (Type 2 Diabetes). But in the great tradition of "NEW COKE" Kellog's changed the formula...but worse they gave no warning. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brad
I love the Protein content of the cereal but it is just way too sweet to eat.Published 15 months ago by Jon Ferrell
This High Protein Cereal used to be the one I ate every day. That was before they changed the formula to double the amount of sugar and less fiber. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Vicki Blakeman
When I lived in the Philippines in the 90's this was the Special K we got there, it was terrible then and now terrible has come to the rest of the world. Read morePublished 19 months ago by R Telford
This cereal tastes terrible. Actually that's not quite accurate. It does taste bad, but mostly it's the "wet cardboard" feeling in your mouth that is so objectionable. Read morePublished on June 8, 2014 by Mom of Sons
This cereal along with Kashi GoLean have the highest concentrations of protein in commonly available cereals. They also represent a good value in terms of cost per gram of soy. Read morePublished on January 22, 2014 by P. Scott Pope
The taste is hard, it felt this is for diet. Cheap price but I end up not finishing the whole box, throw away instead.Published on December 25, 2013 by YUAN LIN
Stays with you because of the protein all morning. My husband eats this often for a breakfast and really likes the taste.Published on December 8, 2013 by Hutchison