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MyWayCereal Review

I am a BIG (not horizontally big mind you) FAN of the make your own mixes that have been popping up lately... HELLO YOUSHAKES! So when I came across MyWayCereal I nerealy flipped my lid...here in the midwest we don't have any of those fun cereal stores so I do all kinds of mixing on my own, but I definitely don't buy goji berries and all the other FANTASTIC ingredients they offer!
There has been A LOT of MixMyGranola going around and I won't lie it is fun stuff...but deep down the honest truth is that I am A CEREAL LOVER. I could eat it for three meals a day and do my green smoothies for 2 snacks a day...this could actually work.

MyWayCereal uses only organic ingredients and I just loooove the options you can put together. Talk about creating your own personalized and healthy cereal, no more crazy sugar highs or items where you can't pronouce the words. I know I talk about ingredients a lot, but seriously I know for a fact I have felt better since starting to pay attention to what goes in my mouth!

What does MyWayCereal look like when developed by yours truly??
mutligrain harvest cereal
goji berries
choco-cheeries
mulberries
chia seeds
The only downside I found was literally the bottom of my canister where the chia seeds took up residence. The "fun add-ins" like the choco-cherries are used sparingly which makes them like a toy in the cracker jack box and keeps your mix as healthy as possible.

WHO ARE THEY?
"We, the co-creators, Sami and Ali, are long time friends who embraced a healthy lifestyle and decided to eat right, exercise right, and live a life of vitality and passion. As explained online, we have not created this business model, we have decided to launch it in the US after witnessing its overwhelming success in Europe. We have however, adapted it to the US market and enhanced the experience, ie. adding a real time "Nutritional Facts" calculator and going all organic. We use organic ingredients exclusively in our cereal mixes in order to direct our efforts towards a niche well defined market. Our customers are mainly health, environmentally, and socially conscious; who understand and appreciate "organic" living."

They also work with HandsOnMiami and as you know I am big proponent of companies that give back...it just says something very important about the people running the show! Why do they work with them:

"We have chosen "Hands On Miami" after careful review of many other well deserving charities, for their community focus approach. Their work is not "cause specific" but deals with all aspect of community needs, whether it is to feed the homeless, care for the elderly, or help build housing."

Visit http://www.mywaycereal.com/ and tell me what you'd put together

92 comments:

  1. looks yummy! i'll have to check out if they have it this far north!

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  2. really, yours lasted 1 week? oops :) haha, i haven't heard of that company, i'll have to go check them out! mine came from goji and me, but our mixes seem very similar!

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  3. Wow- your mix is so nutritious. Look at all that iron! I think I might have to steal your combination, except maybe minus the chia seeds, if they just get stuck at the bottom. Yum!

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  4. mm.. I was having some issues with the site but I would definitely put pumpkin seeds, blueberries and cranberries in. Yum!

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  5. oh this giveaway is awesome!! I love dry cereal - especially in the upcoming spring months when it's too warm for oats! I would definitely start with the honey corn flakes, add bananas, raisins, and almonds.. a simple, yet delicious mix =) Your cereal sounds awesome!

    have a great day, girl <3 xo

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  6. Mmm, I love these things.

    Multi-grain Harvest
    Dried Cranberries
    Walnuts
    Flax

    Simple, but soo good.

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  7. Cereal is my next biggest addiction after peanut butter!

    I'd make it w/ granola, figs and almonds. Yum!

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  8. What a great idea! I would make mine with multi-grain harvest, bananas, gogi berries and almonds! So fun!

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  9. Mmm, I'm a total cereal addict, too.

    I would do the multigrain harvest with figs and apricots and flax. Mmm...

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  10. So many choices! I'd make mine with Multigrain Harvest
    Chococherries
    Almonds
    Coconut

    I'm going to link back to you in my next post this afternoon!

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  11. Vanilla Crunch Granola
    Blueberries
    Coconut
    Almond

    I just ordered some MyWayGranola and can't wait to try it!

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  12. Yummm - cereal is my best friend! Thanks for the fun giveaway! My mix:
    multigrain harvest
    blueberries (x2)
    flax
    hazelnuts

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  13. I heart cereal too...I'm a HUGE fan of Kashi Crunch...here's MY---MYWAY cereal:

    Multigrain Harvest Vanilla
    Mangos (I LOVE MANGOS) & Bananas
    Chia seeds (b/c they sound intriguing...haven't a clue what they are)

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  14. Mine would definitely be Multigrain, Pumpkin Seeds, and Goji Berries mixed with some delicious unsweetened almond breeze! Yum!!!

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  15. cool! i would put vanilla granola, cherries, and gummies !

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  16. freaking AMAZING!!!!!!

    My Mix(1)
    1 x Base : multigrain harvest
    1 x Fruit : dates, diced
    1 x Fruit : figs, diced
    1 x Fruit : goji berries
    1 x Indulge : ginger, crystallized

    21 OZ (595g)
    PRICE $ 9.15

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  17. Yay, they ship to Canada!

    I'd get:
    - Hempoppy granola
    - Goji berries and cherries
    - Hazlenuts and sesame
    - Crystalized ginger

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  18. I'd definitely include some figs and flax! I LOVE cereal!

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  19. that looks so good! I really need to check that out.

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  20. what a great idea! i would do vanilla crunch granola, blueberry, coconut and chocogoji's...

    i LOVE how the nutrition label updates as you add things. so clever.

    thanks!

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  21. Yum... I am a cereal lover too.

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  22. Anonymous4:22 PM

    Yum. Multi-Grain Harvest, blueberries, vanilla, pumpkin seeds...maybe some ginger too? The possibliities are endless!
    ~Steph (sprausa@comcast.net)

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  23. I love your little food reviews.

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  24. No Frosted Flakes?

    I love cereal too...but not the good kind. Sugar seems to need to be the first ingredient. :)

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  25. That's really cool just like the YOUBARS! No pb in these ones though, what is with that?
    my mix is called: HeMully
    It has hempoppy granola (bc I liked the name), mulberries, walnuts and goji berries. I'll link it to my next post!

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  26. YUM!

    I think I would make mine:

    Base : vanilla crunch granola
    Fruit : goji berries & dates
    Seeds : flax & chia sees
    Indulge : choco-macadamias

    YUM! I am more of a granola fan, and this is awesome.

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  27. Hempoppy granola base with blueberries, cherries, almonds, and pistachios!

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  28. Vanilla Crunch Granola
    Blueberries
    Coconut
    Cherries and Gogi Berries.

    Yum! Thanks for all the great food ideas lately!

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  29. LaLa Mix Base : multigrain harvest
    Fruit : blueberries
    Fruit : apple, diced
    Nut&Seeds : Almonds

    Yummy!

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  30. YUM!

    Vanilla crunch, cranberries and pistachios. So hungry now...

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  31. Fun contest! I love mix-my-granola, so this sounds awesome!

    I will be linking you in my post later today :)

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  32. Extra entry: http://gowowogo.blogspot.com/

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  33. Sounds very yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. This is another one of those that just has so many good choices I'd spend hours thinking about it and then just randomly pick. It all looks great!

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  35. LMAO, well if you did the cereal 3 times a day that's 27g's fiber... add in the fiber in green smoothies and that would likely push you past the constipation line (35g's) in a day depending on the level of green you're throwin in those shakes. Tread lightly oh dietary goddess :-).

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  36. There are so many choices!

    Right now I am thinking multigrain flakes, diced pineapple and mango, and then some crystallized ginger for zip.

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  37. Yummy!!! I would add van. granola, fig, strawberry, almonds, and choco cherry. Why couldn't I think of something so clever?!

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  38. omggg! def the multigrain cereal with apricots, dates, coconut, chia seeds ! SO GOOD!

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  39. Yummy! That sounds so awesome. I used to mix my own cereal at home with dried fruits and flakes and stuff. Here's what I would do:
    1 x Base : honey corn flakes
    1 x Fruit : blueberries
    1 x Fruit : strawberries
    1 x Indulge : choco-macadamias

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  40. Ooh, another good one! I'm definitely more of a granola person but i could become a cereal person with all these fun mix-ins :)
    - multigrain harvest base
    - mullberies
    - dried bananas
    - almonds
    - choco-cherries
    YUM!!!

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  41. I think I would try the multigrain harvest with strawberries and almonds.

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  42. Yum! I am now craving this. Hope I win. :)

    1 x Base : multigrain harvest
    1 x Fruit : blueberries
    1 x Fruit : mango, diced
    1 x Fruit : goji berries

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  43. What a delicious giveaway! My mix has in it:

    hempoppy granola, cherries, crystallized ginger, and pine nuts! Yum..... Here's hoping that I win!

    -e

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  44. Oooh, and I've posted about it on my blournal! -e

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  45. Oh my! This could be as addictive as unsalted peanut or almond butter and Nutella...
    Here is my masterpiece:

    Multi Grain Harvest
    Cranberries
    Mango
    Flax
    Hazelnuts
    Cocoa nips

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  46. Oooh, please enter me in the drawing. I can't pick out a mix, I'm starving right now and it all looks delicious!

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  47. Here's my cereal:

    1 x Base:vanilla crunch granola
    1 x Fruit:cranberries
    1 x Fruit:goji berries
    1 x Fruit:pineapple, diced
    1 x Indulge:choco-cherries
    1 x Nuts: pecans
    1 x coconut


    Here's the link to my blog:
    http://yllek82.blogspot.com/2009/03/giveaways.html

    Thanks so much!

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  48. I'm thinking:

    hempoppy granola
    blueberries
    cherries
    figs
    brazil nuts
    sesame
    cocoa nibs

    What a treat!

    -E

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  49. Laura E6:20 PM

    Thanks for the opportunity! My mix would have multigrain harvest, almonds, sunflower seeds, and flax.

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  50. Yum! I love these "make your own" things! I would make mine with the multigrain harvest, blueberries, cranberries, walnuts, and sunflower seeds!

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  51. ooo another mixed granola gotta love it! I would do so many mixes its not even funny!

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  52. sounds yummy!
    i would like to try multigrain with lotsa fruits

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  53. my cereal would be:
    multigrain harvest
    blueberries
    pineapple
    flax & almonds

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  54. Mine would be:
    honey corn flakes
    goji berries
    flax
    almonds

    Awesome giveaway!

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  55. MMM, actually your mix sounds amazing!!! I'd also probably add in coconut :)

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  56. Wow, this is making me want to abandon oatmeal and get back on the cereal wagon!

    I think I'd get multigrain base with dried bananas, blueberries, and apples, and pumpkin and sesame seeds.

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  57. I pick multigrain w/ bananas, figs and almonds! I hope I win. :D

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  58. ughhh I LOVE cereal! What an awesome contest! I would pick the multigrain and put bananas and goji berries and mango in :) I'll link back defin my next post!!

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  59. I would pick:

    multi-grain
    pineapple
    coconut
    and bananas

    a tropical dream :)

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  60. I love these make-your-own cereal companies popping around now!!! I'd probably make a vanilla granola with lots of fruits and almonds. :]

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  61. Vanilla Granola, bananas, raisins, and almonds - YUM!

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  62. Pick Me! Pick Me!

    I want it all!!

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  63. Ryane4:00 PM

    FUN!

    Mango Papaya Macadamia Nut Honey Corn Flakes please!!!

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  64. Vanilla Crunch Granola with blueberries, bananas, cashews, and choco-cherries!!!

    I just linked back!

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  65. extra entry julie go lean

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  66. extra entry missy maintains

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  67. multigrain harvest
    cranberries
    maybe some chocolate!

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  68. I'm hungry already! My mix would look like:

    Multigrain Harvst
    Goji berries
    Hazelnuts
    Cacao Nibs

    Nomnomom!

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  69. Ohmygoodness! I am a cereal addict!!! I would have:

    Multigrain Harvest
    Blueberries
    Choco-gojis
    Mangoes

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  70. Sally6:34 PM

    I'd like the vanilla base, pineapple, almonds, peanuts, chia seeds, flax seeds, and pistachios

    email: bernesemountaindoglover (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

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  71. Jacquelyn7:49 PM

    yum this looks so good :) multigrain harvet, some figs and bananas :) maybe some chocolate chisp :D

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  72. Roxanne9:00 PM

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway!
    Vanilla crunch granola, zante currant, diced mango, crystallized ginger, gummy bears, choco-mulberries, plus chia seeds, macadamia nuts, and pistachios (even though the site's not letting me add nuts or seeds).

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  73. DELICIOUS!

    Base: multigrain harvest
    Fruits: Goji, Apple, Coconut
    Nut: Hazelnuts

    YUM!!! I love cereal! Great contest!

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  74. They have great choices!
    Multigrain harvest, dried blueberries, pumpkin seeds, and dried strawberries would be my choice!

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  75. Yum! Here's my mix:
    - vanilla crunch granola
    - bananas
    - goji berries
    - cacao nibs

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  76. My mix would have multigrain flakes, goji berries, mango, cashews, ginger, and chocolate macadamias

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  77. Hempoppy Mix
    Goji Berries
    Chia Seeds
    Hemp Seeds
    Pumpkin Seeds


    Fabulous giveaway!!!!

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  78. This cereal looks great! My mix would be:

    -multigrain harvest
    -goji berries
    -blueberries
    -cashews
    -chocolate mulberries

    Wow, that would be decadent!
    And I definitely linked back to you on my blog:

    http://lifeloveviolin.blogspot.com

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  79. this is so neat! i would put together...
    hempoppy granola
    bananas
    figs
    coconut
    cacao nibs

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  80. Yummmy! How fun is creating your own cereal? I would have to go with:
    -Honey corn flakes
    -Strawberries
    -Pineapple
    -and Cranberries =)
    You can check out my blog today, I added the link back to ya!
    Thanks

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  81. This is fantastic! I already do this at home with a mix of healthy cereals and add-ins, but it's SUCH a pain to then calculate the nutritional content.

    My pick would be the multigrain harvest with figs, apples, apricots, flax, chia seeds and choco-cherries. Yum!

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  82. Multigrain harvest with chia seeds and pumpkin seeds. classic :).

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  83. I love cereal! I'd make a mix of the multigrain harvest base with dried strawberries, dried bananas, dried blueberries, raisins, and flax. Yum!

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  84. Multigrain harvest, cherry, papayas, flax, and pecans.

    YUM!

    And I linked to you!

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  85. yum!!! I'd want the multigrain cereal with dates, blueberries, and strawberries :-)

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  86. How wonderfully lovely!

    I would pick:

    multigrain harvest
    blueberries
    golden flax
    walnuts

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  87. Anonymous9:20 AM

    Check out www.mixmygranola.com for your custom-made granola the way YOU like it!

    Best,
    MP

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